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^PPER TEN THOUSAND 

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

ALL MEMBERS OF NOBLE FAMILIES, 

BISHOPS, PRI7Y COUNCILLORS, JUDGES, BARONETS, 

MEliBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 

LORDS-LIEUTENANT, 

GOVERNORS OF COLONIES, 

KNIGHTS AND COMPANIONS OF ORDERS, 

MIANS AJSD ARCHDEACONS, 

AND THB 

SUTEBIOR OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND THE NAVY, " 



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COMPILED BY 

ADAM BISSET THOM. 



'-^ LONDON : 
GEORGE ROUTLEDGE AND SONS, 

THE BBOADWAT, LUDGATB. 

1876. 

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It is respectfully requested that any information respecting 
Clumges hy BwOls, JDeatlis, Marriages, AppointmmtSy 
Addresses, ike, 
may be communicated at the earliest possible moment to 

The Editor op "The Upper Ten Thousand," 

49, Ton^vgton Square, 

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PKEFACE. 



As this work is the first of the kind ever published, it may be 
necessary to enter into some explanation of its object and plan. 

Its object has been to include in One general Alphabetical list all 
those who have any definite ponHon arising either — 

From hereditary rank, 

or From any recognised title or order conferred upon them by the 
Sovereign, 

or From any of the higher grades of the military, naval, clerical, 
or colonial services of the State. 

Hitherto, although there have been various works giving informa- 
tion respecting certain of the above-mentioned classes, there has been 
no one book of reference sufficiently comprehensive and concise, and 
at the same time handy in sice, in which 'they all were included. 
Indeed, a great number of names have been included which have 
never before appeared in any similar work ; and it is to supply this 
deficiency that this work has been undertaken. 

As regards the plan, it was found that it would be impossible to 
minutely carry out in every instance the alphabetical plan of arrange- 
ment. It has, therefore, been thought best, when the same name was 
borne both by commdners and the children of peers, to place all the 
commoners first, then the sons of peers, then the daughters of peers, 
and finally widows, whether of peers, baronets, or knights. It has 
also been thought b|st to insert the titles of the eldest sons of peers, 
even although there may be no living person at the time to bear them. 

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It preface. 

With regard to the Scottidi Judges, it must be understood that, like 
the Bishops in the Ohuroh of England, their title is merely one of 
courtesy, that it oeases on their retirement from office, and does not 
entitle their wives to the prefix of " Lady." 

To those unaccustomed to literary compilation, no adequate idea 
can be conveyed of the euOTmous labour which it has been necessary to 
expend on a work like this, containing so large and minute an 
accumulation of particulars ; for, although the notices of each name 
may at first sight appear somewhat brief, they will challenge com- 
parison as regards comprehensiveness and completeness with any 
which are to be found in similar works. 

The Editor, consequently, cannot but expect that some inaccuracies 
must have occurred, but he can unhesitatingly assert that he has 
spared neither time nor trouble in rendering the work as complete and 
accurate as possible. He, therefore, hopes that the public and the 
subscribers will pardon any omissions or inaccuracies which they may 
observe, and that all those who are interested in any of the names 
will do him the fSeivoar of informing him of such shortcomings in order 
that they may be rectified. 

ADAM BISSET THOM. 

49, TORRINOTOK SqUAKE, LoNBON, 

JwMM/ry, 1875* 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 



bp Biahop. 

Mit. Baronet. 

(c.) Conservative. 

c.B. Companion of the Order of 

the Bath. 
ex. 6 Companion of the Order of 

St Michael andSt. George. 
C.S.I Companion of the Order of 

the Star of India, 
dep.-lieut. ..Deputy-lieutenant. 

dow Dowager. 

dr Daughter. 

O.c.B Knight Grand* Croes of the 

Bath. 

o.aH Knight Grand Croes of the 

Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 
G.c.x.o Knight Grand Croes of St. 

Michael and St. Geoige. 
O.C.8.I Knight Grand Croos of the 

Star of India, 
(hon.) Honourable by right of 

office. 

hon Honourable. 

(h.r.) Home Ruler. 

H.iuH Hia or Her Boyal Highness. 

IreL Ireland. 



K.c.B Knight Commander of tlie 

Bath. 

K.c.H Knight Commander of tho 

Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

K.C.M.G Knight Commaaaer cf St. 

Michael and St. George. 

K.o Knight of the Order of the 

Garter. 

K.H Knight of the Hanoverian 

I Guelphic Order. 

I K.0.8.I Knight Commander of the 

Star of India. 

K.p Knight of the Order of St. 

Patrick. 

K.T Knight of the Order of the 

l^istle. 

lieut Lieutenant. 

(l.) LiberaL 

m Married. 

marq Marquis. 

p.c Privy Councillor. 

pres Presumptive. 

I vise Viscount. 

]* Scotch Peer. 

\§ Irish Peer. 

' T Representative Peer. 



GENERAL TABLE OF PRECEDENCE. 



The Sovereign. 

CEIieYiceroy of Ireland.) 

The Prince of Wales. 

Hie younger sons of the Sovereign. 

Grandflona of the Sovereign. 

Brothers of the Sovereign. 

Undea of the Sovereign. 

Kephevs of the Sovereign (according to 

tibe seniority of their fathers) . 
(Lord Mayor of Dublin.) 
Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Lord High Chancellor. 
Archbishop of York. 

Armagh. 

Dublin. 



(Lord Chancellor of Ireland.) 

Lord High Treasurer (no such office exists 
at present). 

Lord President of the Privy Council. 

Lord Privy Seal. 

Lord Great Chamberlain fbut ooly when 
a duke ; if of lower rank, ne takei prece- 
dence of all those of the same rank). 

Lord High Constable (but only if a duke ; 
if of lower rank, he takes precedence of 
all those of the same rank ; but no such 
office exists at present). 

Earl Marshal. 

Lord High Admiral (no such office exieta 
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G£N£RAL TABLE OP PRECEDENCE. 



Lord Steward of the Household (hut only 

if a duke ; if of lower rank, he takee 

precedence of all others of the same 

degree). 
Lord Chamherlain of the Household (hut 

only if a duke; if of lower rank, he 

takes precedence of all others of the 

samedeffree). 
(Lord Hiffh Steward of Lreland : earl of 

Shrewsbury.) 
Dukes of England. 

Scotland (none created mnce 

1707). 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Duke of Leinster (being the only one 

existing at the time of the imio;i). 
Dukes of the United Kingdom (created 

after 1801). 
Eldest sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal 

(when they are not brothers, grandscois, 

unoleSj or nephews of the reigning 

soTereign). 
Lord Great Chamberlain (when of the 

rank of a marquis). 
Lord High Constable (when of the rank 

of a marquis). 
Earl Marshal (when of the rank of a 

marquis). 
Lord Steward of the Household (when of 

the rank of a marquis). 
Lord Chamberlain of the Household (when 

of the rank of a marouis). 
Marquises of f)nglana (marq. of Win- 
chester). 

Scotland (none created after 

1707). 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (created before 

1801). 
the United Kingdom (created 

after 1801). 
Eldest sons of Dukes (according to the 

date of their father's patent). 
Lord Great Chamberlain (if an earl). 
Lord High Constable (if an earl). 
Earl Marshal (if an earl^. 
Lord Steward of the Household (if an 

earl). 
Lord Chamberlain of the Household (if 

an earl). 
Earls of England (anterior to 1707). 

Scotland (none createa after 

1707). 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Lreland ^created before 1801). 

the United Kingdom (created 

after 1801). 
Younger sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal 
(when they are not brothers, grand- 



sons, uncles, or nephews of the reigning- 

sovereign). 
Eldest sons of Marquises. 
Younger sons of Dukes. 
Lord Great Chamberlain (if a riscount) . 
Lord High Constable (if a viscount). 
Lord Steward of the Household Qf a 

viscount). 
Lord Chamberlain of the Household (if a 

viscount). 
Viscounts of England (vise. Hereford). 

ScotUnd (anterior to 1801). 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (anterior to 1801). 

the United Kingdom (crMited 

after 1801). 
Eldest sons of Earls. 
Youngest sons of Marquises. 
Bishop of London. 

Durham. 

Winchester. 



English BishoDs (according to priority of 

consecration). 
Bishop of Meath (has the title of " most 

reverend'*). 
Lrish Bishops (according to priority of 

consecration). 
Lord Great Chamberlain (if a baron). 
Lord High Constable (if a baron). 
Lord Steward of the Household (if a 

baron). 
Lord Chamberlain of the Household (if a 

baron). 
Secretanr of State (if a baron). 
(Chief (Secretary to the Viceroy of Lreland, 

if a baron.) 
Barons of England. 

Scotland. 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 



Ireland (anterior to 1801). 

the United Kingdom (created 

after 1801). 

Speaker of the House of Conunons. 

Commissioners of the Great Seal (those 
persons who execute the ofSce of Lord 
High Chancellor when it happens to be 
vacant). 

Treasurer of the Household. 

Comptroller of the Household. 

Master of the Horse (but only if a comr 
moner). 

Vice-Chamberlain of the Household. 

Secretary of State (but only if a com- 
moner!. 

(Chief Secretary to the Viceroy of Ire- 
Uind.) 

Eldest sons of Viscounts. 

Younger sons of Earls 

Eldest sons of Barons. 



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GENERAL TABLE OF PRECEDENCE. 



Privy Councillors (but only when com- 
moners). 

CThe general commanding the forces in 
Lneland, and the Attomey-Gen^id of 
Lreland, unlets of higher personal rank.) 

Chancellor of the Order of the Garter (but 
only if a layman ; the office being always 
attached to the bishopric of Oxfor^. 

Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench 
(hut if a Peer or a Privy Councillor, he 
takes rank as such). 

Ifaster of the RoUs (ditto). 

Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 
(ditto). 

Lord Chief Baron (ditto). 

Judge Ordinary of the Divorce Court 
(^tto). 

Lord Justices of the Court of Appeal in 



The yice-CbancellorB. 

Puisne Judges of the Queen's Bench. 

Comflion Pleas. 

Kuons of the Exchequer. 

Judge of the Court of Probate. 

(The last four rank according to their 

appointment as jud^e6,and notfrom their 

appointment to their different courts.) 
CommiasionerB of the Court of Bankruptcy. 
(Judges of the Landed Estates Court in 

Lreland.) 
Younger sons of Yisoounts. 

— Barons. 

Baronets (but if they are jud^ or of 

higher rank, their precedence is derived 

from such rank). 
Knights (Srand Cross of the Bath. 
Knights Grand Cross of the Star of India. 
Knights Qnjod Cross of St. Michael and 

St. George. 
Kni^ts Commander of the Bath. 
Knights Commander of the Star of Lidia. 
Knights Commander of St. Michael and 

St. (George. 
Knights Bachelor. 
Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber (if 

without any higher rank). 
Lord Advocate of Scotland. 
Queen's CounseL 
Seijeants-at-Law. 

Masters in Chancery, and in Lunacy. 
(Judges of the Court of Bankruptcy and 

Inaolvency in Dublin.) 
Compankma of the Bath. 
Companions of the Star of India. 



Companions of St. Michael and St. Qeorge. 
Eldest sons of the younger sons of Peers. 
Eldest sons of Baronets. 
Eldest sons of Knights Grand Cro« of the 

Bath. 
Eldest sons of Knights Omud Cross of the 

Star of India. 
Eldest sons of Grand Cross of St Mioha«l 

and St. George. 
Eldest sons of Knights Commander of the 

Bath. 
Eldest sons of Knights Commander of the 

Star of India. 
Eldest sons of Knights Commander of St. 

Michael and St. Geoige. 
Eldest sons of Knights Bachelor. 
Younger sons of the younger sobs of 

Peers. 
Younger sons of Baronets. 
Esquires by office. 
Younger sons of Knights Grand CrcM of 

the Bath. 
Younger sons of Knights (Srand Cross of 

the Star of India. 
Younger sons of Knights Grand Cxoas of 

St. Michael and St Qearge. 
Younger sons of Knights Commandwr of 

the Bath. 
Younger sons of Knights Commander of 

the Star of India. 
Younger sons of Knights Commander o^ 

St Michael and St George. 
Younger sons of Knights Biachelor. 
Doctors of Divinity.* 

Law. 

Medicine. 



Bachelors of Divinity. 

Law. 

Medicine. 

Clergymen. 
Barristers. 
Subaltern officers. 
Professional gentlemen. 



* Persons of the same rank who have 
graduated at different universities take 
rank according to the dates of the 
foundation of tne universities to which 
they belong :— Oxford, Cambridge. St. 
Andrew's, Gkugow, Aberdeen. Bd^ 
burgh, Dublin^ London, Bulnm, 
Queen's University in Irehmd, Sydney, 
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RELATIVE RANK AND PRECEDENCY IN THE 
ARMY AND NAVY. 

Field-Manhal Admiral,or Commander-in-Chief of H.M.> 

Fleet. 

Qenerals Admirals. 

lieutenant-Generals Yioe- Admirals. 

Hajor-Generals Bear-Admirals. 

Lispecton-Gteneral of Hospitals after 3 Inspectors-General of Hospitals and 

years* sernoe on full pay. Fleets after 3 years* service on full 

CommiBsaries-General. pay. 

Brigadier-Generals Captains of the Fleet : Commodores. 

iN^Mty Paymaster-General. Inspectors-General of Hospitals and 

Ln^tectors-General of Hospitals. Fleets under 3 years' service. 

Colonel Post Captains after 8 years' service. 

JMpoty Judge-Advocate (if at the head Secretaries to AdmiralB of the Fleet. 

it his depaitmenQ. Paymasters-in-Chief. 

J hj f nif In^iectors-General of Hospitals Deputy Inspectors-General of Hospitals 

after 6 years' ftdl service. and Fleets of 6 years' service. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Captains under 3 years' service : Staff 

Dqraty Commissaries-General of 5 Captains. 

years' standing. Secretaries to a Commander-in-Chief of 

Bqputy Inmectors-General of Hospitals. 6 years' standing. 

Surgeons-Major. Deputy Inspectors-General of Hospitals 

and Fleets. 
Commanders: Staff Commanders. 
Secretaries to a Commander-in-Chief. 
Staff Surgeons. 
Paymasters of 15 yean' standing. 

llaior Lieutenants and Navigating Lieutenants 

Deputy Commissaries-General under 8 of 8 years' standing. 

years' standing. Secretmee to a Junior Flag Officer. 

Assistant Commissaries-General. Secretaries to a Commodore, or Captain 

Staff or Begimental Surj^eons. of the Fleet. 

Chaplains attached to brigades. Surveyors of 8 years' standing. 

Def^^ Judge-Advocates (if not at the Paymasters between 8 and 16 yeont' 

beaa of tl^ir department). standing. 

BarrackiMstera of the Isl and 2nd class. 

CMrtains Lieutenants andKavigating Lieutenants of 

Supvty Asristant Commissaries-General. 6 years' standing. 

Higiniimtal Playmasters. Pajrmasters of 6 years' standing. 

Staff or Begimental Assistant Surgeons Secretaries to Commodores of 6 yean' 

after 6 years' ftiU service. standing. 

Chaplains attached to renments. Assistant Surgeons of 6 yean' standing. 
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Veterinary Surgeons after 20 yean' 

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PRECEDENCE AMONG LADIES. 



The daughter of a peer does not loee her own rank should she marry a commoner or 
a biahop : but if she marries a peer her title and precedency .are merged in his, e.g. if 
the daugnter of a duke marries a baron, she sinks to the rank of a baroness, ^t if 
the widow of, for example, a duke marries a baron, she retains her own rank of 
duchess. The widow of a peer or knight may retain her title notwithstanding her 
seoond marriage, but she does so only by courtesy. The widow of a baronet, howerer, 
enjoys her precedence for life by right. Official rank and precedence is not com- 
mumoabk to the wife, but the We of the Viceroy of Ireland and of a lord mayor has 
precedence derived from her husband's office. 



The Queen. 
The Princess of Wales. 
The Prinoess Royal. 

The younger daughters of the Sovereign. 
Wives of Qie Sovereign's youn^r sons. 
Orand-daug^ters of the Sovereign. 
Wives of the Sov««ijg:n'8 grandaons. 
Sisters of the Sovereign. 
Wives of the Sovereign's brothers. 
Aunts of the Sovereign. . 
Wives of the Sovereign's uncles. 
Nieces of the Sovereign. 
Wives of the Sovereign's nephews. 
Tife of the Viceroy of Ireland.) 
dy Mayoress of Dublin.) 
es of ^gland. 

Scotland. 

Great Britain. 

Ireland. 

the United Kingdom. 

Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Boyal. 
Marchionesses (in the same manner as the 

Duchesses). 
Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes. 
Daughters of Dukes (while unmarried, or 

when married to commoners). 
Countesses (in the same manner as the 

Duchesses). 
Wives of the yoimger sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Boyal. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Marquises. 
Daughters of Marquises (while unmarried, 

or when married to commoners). 
Wives of the younger sons of Dukes. 
Viscountesses (in the same manner as 

Duchesses). 
Wives of the eldest sons of Earls. 
Daughters of Earls (while unmarried, or 

when married to commoners). 



Wives of the younger sons of Marquises. 
Baronesses (in the same manner as the 

Duchesses). 
Wives of the eldest sons of Viscounts. 
Daughters of Viscounts (while unmarried, 

or when married to a commoner). 
Wives of the younger sons of Earls. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Barons. 
Daughters of Barons (if unmarried, or 

when married to a commoner). 
Maids of Honour (during their tenure of 

office they are styled " Honourable "). 
Wives of the younger sons of Viscounts. 
Wives of the younger sons of Barons. 
Wives of Baronets. 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Bath. 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the Star 

of India. 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Wives of Knights Commander of the Bath. 
Wives of Knights Commander of the Star 

of India. 
Wives of Knights Commander of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Wives of Knights Bachelor. 
Wives of Companions of the Bath. 
Wives of Companions of the Star of India. 
Wives of Companions of St. Michael and 

St. George. 
Wives of the eldest sons of the younger 

sons of Peers. 
Daughters of the younger sons of Peers. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Baronets. 
Daughters of Baronets. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of the Bath. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

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PRECEDENCE AMONG LADIES. 



Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the 
Bath. 

Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the 
Star of India. 

Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 
Cross of St. Michael and St. George. 

Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of St. 
Michael and St. George. 

Wires of the eldest sons of Knights Com- 
mander of the Bath. 

Wires of the eldest sons of Knights Com- 
mander of the Star of India. 

Daughters of Knights Commander of the 
Bath. 

Daughters of Knights Commander of the 
Star of India. 

Wires of the eldest sons of Knights Com- 
mander of St. Michael and St George. 

Daughters of Knights Commander of St. 
Michael and St. George. 

Wires of the eldest sons of Knights 
Bachelor. 

Daughters of Knights Bachelor. 

Wires of the younger sons of Peers* 
younger sons. 

Wires of the younger sons of Barons. 

Wires of Esquires oy office. 



Wives of the younger sons of KnightA 

Grand Cross of the Bath. 
Wires of the younger sons of Knights 

Grand Cixms of the Star of India. 
Wires of the younger 'sons of Knights 

Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. 

George. 
Wires of the younger sons of Knights 

Commander of the Bath. 
Wires of the younger sons of Knights 

Commander of the Star of India. 
Wires of the younger sons of Knights 

Commander of St. Michael and St. 

George. 
Wires of the younger sons of Knights 

Bachelor. 
Wires of Doctors of Dirinity. 
-^— — — — ^— Law. 

Medicine. 

Music. 



Wires of Cleigymen. 

Queen's Counsel. 

Serjeants-at-Law. 

Barristers. 



- Subaltern officers. 

- Professional gentlemen. 



FORMS OF EPISTOLARY ADDRESS. 



Ambassadors. 
They hare " Excellency " prefixed to their other titles, and their accredited rank 
added. . 

Superscript ioff. To His Excellency The Right Honourable Lord Lyons, o.c.b., 
H.B.M. Ambassador Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiar>* 
to France. 
CommcnceniaU, My Lord. 
Conclusion, I hare the honour to be, My Lord, Tour Excellenc/s, &c. 

The wires of Ambassadors hare also " Excellency " added to their other titles. 

Akchbishop. 

8up. To His Grace the Archbishop of . 

Comm. My Lord Archbishop. 

Con. I remain. My Lord, Your Grace's, &c. 

He is addressed personally in conrersation as " Your Grace." 

The Archbishop of Armagh is addressed as ** His Grace t^^e Lord Primate of 
Ireland." 

The wife of an Archbishop has no title in. right of her husband, but is simply 
Mrs. A. 

Baron. 

Sup. To the Right Honourable Lord . 

Cvmm. Mj Loiti. 

Con. I hare the honour to be. My Lord, Tour Lordship's, &c. 

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FOKMfl OF EPISTOLAEY ADDRESS. 



Babon's Davohtbb. 
She has the title of ** Honourable *' prefixed to her Christian name. If married, 
the only change is in her surname ; if to a commoner, she is addrened as ** The 
Honourable Mrs.;'' if to a Baronet or Knight, "The Honourable Lady." 

Babon's Son. 

He has the title of ** Honourable.'* 

Sup. To the Honourable Henry . 

Comm, Sir. 

The wife takes the title of " Honourable,*' and is addressed as ^ The HonourabU 
Hrs. Henry ." 

Ba&onbt. 
Sup, To Sir John B., Bart. 
(kimm. Sir. 

The wife is **Lady B." Her letters commence with "Madam," and she i» 
personally addressed " Tour Ladyship." 

Bishop. 

S$tp. To the Rif ht Reverend the Lord Bishop of . 

ComfH. My Lord. 

Cbft. I remain, My Lord, Tour Lordship's, &c. 

SVFFBAOAN BiSHOPS. 

Sup, The Right Rey. the Suffitigan Bishop of . 

Ccmm. Ri^t Reverend Sir. 

The wife of a Bishop has no title in right of her husband, but is simply BCrs. B. 

C0VNTB88. 

Sup. To the Right Honourable the Countess of . 

Comm, Madam. 

(km, I have the honour to be, Madam, Tour Ladyship's, &c. 

DUCHBSS. 

Sup. To Her Grace the Duchess of . 

Oomm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honour to be, Madam, Tour Grace's, &c. 

DUOKBSS, ROTAL. 

Sup. To Her Royal Highness the Duchess of . 

Ckmtn. Madam. 

Con. I have the honour to be. Madam, Tour Royal Highness' s, &o. 

DVKB, ROTAL. 

Sup. To His Royal Highness the Duke of . 

Comm. Sir. 

Con. I remain. Sir, Tour Royal Highness's, &c. 

The formal s^le of Dukee of the Blood Royal is " Most High, Most Mighty, and 
Illustrious Prince. 

Dtjkb. 

Sup. To His Grace the Duke of . 

C<mm. My Lord Duke. 

Con. I have the honour to be. My Lord Duke, Tour Grace's, &c. 

The formal style of Duke is " Most High, Potent, and lioble Prince." 

Dukb's Davohtbb. 
She has the title of " Ladjr " prefixed to her Christian name. If married to any 
person not being a Peer, she still retains her title and precedence, changing only her 
surname. Her letters commence "Madam," and she is personally addressed a^ 
"Tour Ladyship." 

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Dukb's Eldest Son. 
He takes hit fkther't leeond title, and is addrened as if he were really a Manqois 
or an Earl. 

Dukb's Younger Sons. 
They have the. title of ** Loitl " prefixed to their Christian name. 

Sup. Lord William . 

Comm. My Lord. 

The wife takes the title of " Lady," and is addressed as " Lady William ." 

Earl. 

Sup. To the Right Honourable the Earl of . 

Comm. MyLora. 

Con. I have the honour to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's, &c. 

Earl's Daughter. 
Vide Duke's Daughter. 

Earl's Eldest Son. 
He takes his father's second title, and is addressed as if he were really a Viscount 
or a Baron. 

Earl's Younger Sons. 
Vide Baron's Son. 

Earl's Wife. 
Vide Countess. 

Judges. 

Chief Justice. 

Sup, To the Ri^t Honourable the Lord Chief Justice, or To the Ri^t Honourable 

Sir A. B., Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench (Common Fleas). 

Puisne Judges. 
The Puisne Judges and the Barons of the Exchequer, who on the Bench are styled 
'* My Lord," are Knights, and, in private intercourse, are addressed as such ; but the title 
of Judge being superior to that of Knight, it is usual to address them thus : — 
Sup. To the Honourable Mr. Justice. 
„ To the Honourable Mr. Baron. 

Kino. 
Sup, To the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 
Comm. Sire, May it please Your Majesfy. 

Knight. 
Sup. To Sir James C. 
Comm. SItj or Dear Sir James. 

The wife is '* Lady C." Her letters commence with " Madam," and she is person- 
ally addressed as " Your Ladyship." 

Lord Advocate. 
Letters are addreased with the prefix " Right Honourable," and oommenoe with 
the word « Sir." 

Lord-Lieutenani' op Ireland. 
Sup. His Excellency the Lord-Lieutenant. 
If a Duke^ <*His Grace the Lord-lieutenant." 
Comm. My Lord (Duke, Marquis). 

Lord Mayor. 
Sup. To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor. 
Comm. MyLora. 

The wife has the title of "Lady Mayoress." Her lettov commence with 
'* Madain/' and she is personally addressed as *^ Your Ladyship." 

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Ireland one, \iz.. Dublin. In Scotland the heads of the oorporatlonB are called 
** provoeta,** and tnere is only one lord provost, rii., of Edinburgh. 

Lords of Sbssion (Judges in Scotland). 
Sup. To the Honourable Lord ArdmiUan. 
Chmm. VLj Lord. 
A Scotch judge's wife has no title firom her husband's rank, but is singly Kn. A. 

Maids of Honour. 
During their tenure of office they have the title of '* Honourable," if they hare 
not it already by courtesy, and their letters commence with ** Madam.'* 

Marohionbss. 

Sup. To the Most Honourable the Marchioness of . 

Oomm. Madam. 

Con. I have the Honour to be, Madam, Tour Ladyship's, Ac. 

Marquis. 
Sup, To the Most Honourable the Marquis of — -. 
Comm. My Lord Marquis. 
Con. I have the honour to be, M^ Lord, Tour Lordship's, &o. 

The formal style of Marquis is ** Most Noble and Potent Prinoe." 

Marqihs's Dauohtbr. 
Vide Duke's Daughter. 

Marquis's Eldbst Son. 
He takes his feither's second title, and is addressed as if he were really an 
Earl or a ViMX>unt. 

Marquis's Tounobr Sons. 
Vide Duke's Tounger Sons. 

Mayor. 

Sup, The Right Worshipftil the Mayor of . 

Comm, Sir. 

Military Offiobrs. 
All officers in the army abore Lieutenant and Sub-Lieutenant hare their 
military rank prefixed to their name and title, e,g,f The Bight Honomabla Genteal 
Lord , P.C., O.C.B., or Major-General Sir James , o.o.8.l. 

Natal Officbrs. 
Vide Military Officers. 

Princb. 
Sup, His Boyal ffig^e« Prince Leopold. 
Oimm, Sir. 
Con. I remain, Sir, Tour Boyal Highness's, fto. 

PRINOBSS. 

Sup, To Her Boyal ffig^ess Princess 

Comm, Madam. 

Con. I have the honour to be, Madam, Tour Boyal Highness's, &o. 

Prity Councillor. 

Sup, The Bight Honourable James , 

or The Bight Honourable Sir WiUiJeun . 

Cowm. Sir. 

Con, I hare the honour to be, Sir, Tour, ke. 



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QVBBN. 

Sup, To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 
Comm. Madam, May it please your Majesty. 
Con. I remain. Madam, Your Majesty's, &c. 

Serjbant-at-Law. 

Sup, To John , Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, 

or To Mr. Serjeant. 

Viscount. 

Sup. To the Riffht Honourable Lord Viscount . 

Ooimm. My Lora. 

Con, I have the honour to be. My Lord, Tour Lordship's, &e. 



Vide Countess. 

Vide Baron's Daughter. 

Vide Baron's Son. 



V18COUNTB88. 

Viscount's Dauohtbr. 

Viscount's Son. 



ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. 



Anderson, hon. mrs. Caroline (d.) 
Ball, riffht hon. J. T., lord chancellor 

of Ireumd from Jan., 1875. 
Bandon, earl, lord-lieut of Cork 1874. 
Bennett, sir John, deputy of Cheap 

ward from 1874. 
Bignold, sir S., d 2 Jan. 1875. 
Blake, for sir T. E., 13 bart, read sir 

Valentine, 14 hart, b. 1836; m. dr. of 

Harvey Combe, Madras civil service : a 

magistrate for Galway, capt Galvay 

mihtia from 1865. . 
Buohanan, marq. now Montrose, g. v. 
Buckle, H. B., d, 12 Dec., 1874. 
Budd, maj.-geu. Ralph : ex-inspecting 

field officer at Dublin, ret. on f. p. as 

lieut-col. 
Bnry, hon. Alfred, now Charleville, q. r. 
Cathcart, lady Louisa, (d.) 
Cheetham, bp. for 1870-3 read from 

1870 : m. 2 dr. of kte Wm. Newton, 

Whately Hall, Warwick. 
Cholndej, for sir G., 7 bart, read sir 

Charles Wm., 8 bart., b. 1819; m. 1. 

dr. of sir W. Milner, 4 bart.; 2. dr. of 

rev. C. Nevill, Thomly, Notts: b.a. 



Cantab., called to the bar 1847, dep.- 
lieut. for the East and North Ridings. 

Clark, archdeacon, {d.) 

Collini, R. H., C.B., priv. sec. to pr. 
Leopold. 

Cotter, sir Ludlow, eld. s. of sir J. L. 
C, 4 bart.; b. 1853. 

Craighill, l9rd. John Millar, s. of 
J. H. M., Glasgow; b. 1817; m. dr. of 
Charles (lord) Neaves: called to the 
Scotch bar 1842, an advocate-den. 1858- 
1869, 1866-67, sol.-gen. for Seotbmd 
1867-68. and in 1874, queen's counsel 
1868, a lord of session from 1874. 

Junior Carlton ; Neto {Edinburgh) ; 
,3 Ainelie Fl<tce, Edinburgh. 

Crake, very rev. Ed. Neville ; m. dr. 
of Wm. Chapman, Wimpole St. : m.a. 
Cantab., dean and vicar, from 1863, of 
Battle, Sussex (J^l.). 

Cnrriehill, lord. John Marshall, eld. s. 
of late J. M. (lord C. 1852-68) ; b. 1827 : 
called to the Scotch bar 1851, a magis- 
trate for Midlothian, assessor to the 
chancellor of Edin. univ. (John Inglis, 
p.c.) trom 1871, a lord of session from 
1874. Junior Carlton ; Xetr {Edin.) ; 



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Curriehiii, MidlothiaH ; 6 Randolph 
Cres.y Ediitburgh, 
Elgin, earl, assessor to rector of St 
Andrew's uniT. (dean Stanley) fh>m 
1874. 
Ptiyrer, J., c.8.1., pres. of the medical 
board of the Indi^ council from 1874. 
Frwre, William Edward, c.11.0. : mem- 
ber of the commission of inquiry into 
the treatment of immigrants m British 
Goiana and Mauritius. 

6 Kma'M Bench Walk, TempUy B.C.; 
BiltoH, Bristol, 
Gibbon, coL ; m. Harriet, dr. of H. E. 

HiU, Blandford. 
Ctodiner, maj.-gen. Nathan S. : served 
with 22 ft. in ^inde including Meeanee 
and Hyderabad, ex-major unatt. 
Gladstone, hon. mrs. Ellen, dr. of 2 
baron Newborough ; b. 1839 ; m. Ueut. 
Murray Gladstone, r.n. (b. of M. G., 
Paenmaenmawr, cousin of right hon. 
W. E. Gkdstone.) 
Ctowor, lord Albert, cL 22 Dec 1874. 
Harding, vice-adm. F. d 2 Jan. 1875. 
Hanltain, maj.-gen. Fr. Mitchell: 
ex -Ueut. -col. Madras staff corps, senred 
in the southern Mahratta campaign 
1844-45, commandant 19 Madras N. I. 
1872-74. 
Hill, for 2 vise., rtad 3 vise. Rowland 

Clegg HiU, g, v. 
Knde, lady Selina, dr. of 2 earl of 
Eilmqrey; b. 1817; m. rev. J. Fitz- 
gerald Hinde, m.a., Cantab., vicar from 
1861 of Dalby ParvQy Melton Mowbray, 
Hodgson, maj.-gen. Henry Burdon : 

ex-Iieut.-col. Bombay staff corps. 
Hollond, maj^-gen. Lumley H. H. ; 
m. dr. of W. H. Tyler, Behnont, 
Brighton: ex-Ueut-oof. Madras staff 



Home, sir A. D., head of the statistical 
dept. of the army medical dept. from 
1874. 6 Whitehall Yard, S,W, 

Sony, arch, (d,) 

Hornby, vice-adm. G. T. P., a loi^ of 
the admiralty from Dec. 1874. 

Innes, sir J. G. L. : called to the bar 
at Lincoln's inn in 1859, attorney-gen. 
of New South Wales. 

James, coL T., cb., {d,) 

Kerr, maj.-sen. John Henry Lyte : 
ex-Ueut-coT. Madras staff corps, served 
in tiie second Burmese war, mcluding 
the capture of Martaban, 1852. 

Kingsborongh, vise., b. 1874. 

Lear, arch. Fr. : m.a. Oxon., domestic 
chaplain to bp. (Moberlev) of Salisburv 
frt>m 1869, precentor of ^alis. from 1864, 
canon (500?.) from 1862, archdeacon of 
Sarum from 1874, rector firom 1850 of 
BiehopeUme, Salisbury. 

Molly, G. retired fitrai Stoke-upon- 
Trent in Dec. 1874. 

Milward, coL, c.b., (d,) 

Mitford, lady Clementine, dr. of 7 earl 
of Airlie; b. 1854; m. Algernon B. 
Mitford (nephew of 2 baron Bedesdale), 
sec. to the board of works from 1874. 

Montrion, coL W. ; m. Fanny, dr. of 
Walter Moore Fowler, Bedclifie gardens, 
Kensington. 

OTlaherty, R, J., c.b., (d,) 

Owen, Francis Philip Cunliffe, cb., 
sometime sec. to the royal commission 
for tiie Vienna exhibition 1873. 

Sierra Leone, bp. of; vide Cheetham. 

Sinclair, dow. -baroness, d. Jan. 1875. 



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PAOB 

Notice ii 

Prbface iii 

Abbreyiations T 

Genbral Table of Prbcedbnos t 

Rblatitb Rank in Abmt and Kayt viii 

Frbobdbncb among Ladies iz 

Forms of Epistolary Address x 

Addenda et Corrigenda xiv 

Parliamentary Constituencies, List op 521 

Clubs fi27 

Colonies . . 629 



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UPPEE TEN THOUSAND. 



. I Abbott, maj.-gen. sir Frederick, r.e., 
C.B., B. of Henry Alexius Abbott, Little 
Court, Herts; b. 1805; m. dr. of col. 
Cox, lUA. : served in the Burmese war 
1824-26, chief engineer with gen. Pol- 
lock's force in Cabool 1841-43, superin- 
tending en^eer of the north-west pro- 
vinces of Beneal 1841-47, governor of 
Addiscombe college 1851-61, member of 
the council of military education 1852- 
68, commissioner of national defences 
1859. 

United Service; Broom Sail, Shooter** 
Hilt, Kent. 

Abbott, col. Henry Dyett, o.B. : served 
with the Nizam s cavalry in the Eur- 
nool campaign 1839, ana brigade-maj. 
of the Nizam's cavalry division during 
the operations against the Bohillas 1849, 
commanded the Hyderabad cavalry 
contingent at the battles of Kooneh, 
Golowlee, and Merar, and pursuit of 
rebels under Tantia Topee from Gwalior, 
commanded a field detachment in pur- 
suit of BohiUas in the hill country near 
Gintoor 1859, commanding the Hyder- 
abad contingent. Madras staff coips. 

Abbott, maj.-gen. Herbert £aii^EUtl 
Stacy : served with the JhoudpcHre field 
force 1839-40, commanded 2 European 
Bengal fusiliers in the Delhi district 
1857, commanded the district of Dehra 
Doon 1857-58, commanded the Bundel- 

. cund aujdliaries with the Saugor field 
force 1858. Bengal infiEaitry. 

Abbott, maj.-gen. James, R.A., c.b., 
bro. of mai.-gen. Saunders Abbott: 
served at the capture of Bhurtpore 
1825-26, carried tenns of accommodation 



from the court of Khiva to the court of 
Bussia, knight of the Dooranse order, 
reduced to submission the moimtaineers 
of Hasara in armed rebellion against 
the government. 

Abbott, maj.-gen. Saunders, bro. of 
maj.-gen. James Abbott, c.b. : formerly 
in the Bengal army. 

2 FttersAam Terraeey South Kensifu^^ 
ton, S. W. 

Abbott, hon. Charles Stuart Henry^ 
eld. s. of 3 baron Tenterden ; b. 1865. 

Abbott, hon. Audrey Mary, b. 1861 ; 
hon. Oeraldine Alice, b. 1863; hon. 
Owen Elca Violet, b. 1868, dre. of 3 
baron Tenterden. 

Abbott, hon. mrs. Charles, dr. of lord 
George Stuart; b. 1806; m. hon. C. 
Abbott (rf.). 
31 Cadogan Piaeey Sloane Street, S, W. 

Abdy, sir Thomas Neville, 1 bort. 
a849) b. 1810; m. dr. of Eowland 
Alston, Pishiobury, Herts : b.a. Cantab., 
M.p. Lyme Begis 1847-52, a magistrate 
for Essex. 

Brook$\ AthentBum ; Albynty Som^ 
fordy Essex ; Chobham Place, Chert- 
sey ; 6 Grosvenor Place, Hyde Park 
Comer, W. 

A'Beekett, lady. Matilda, dr. of J. 
H^ley, Mell>oume; m. sir William 
A* Beckett (rf.), chief justice of Victoria 
1852-57 (bro. of Gilbert A'Beckett). 

OakhiUy Surbiton; 11 South Addi- 
son Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Aboreom, 1 duke of (1868). James- 
Hamilton, D.C.L., LL.D., P.O., K.O. ; b. 

1811 ; m. dr. of 6 duke of Bedford ; 8it» 

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as marq. of Abercom (1790) ; 2nd tit. 
marq. of Hamilton : m.a. Oxon., groom 
of the stole to Prince Albert 1846-69, 
amaj.-gen. of the royal body-guard of 
archers in Scotland, lord.-lieut. of Do- 
negal from 1844, viceroy of Ireland 
1866-68, and grandmaster of the free- 
mason's of Ireland from 1874. 

Whitt^$^ Carlton; Baron* a Court, 
Tyrone; Duddingstone House, near 
Edinburgh ; Hampden House^ 58 Oreen 
Strtet, uroavenor Square, W, 

Aberoromby, 4 baron (1801). George 
Ralph Abercromby ; b. 1838 ; m. dr. of 
2 earl of Camperdown : dep.-lieut. of 
Stirlingshire, and of Clackmannan. 

Airtkrie Castle, Bridge of Allan ; 
Tullibody Howe^Clachnannan ; 18 
Charles Street, S.JF, 

Abercromby, sir Robert John, 7 bart. 
(1636), b. 1860 : chief of the clan Aber- 
cromby, a magistrate for Banfbhlre. 

Cariton; Forglen House, Banf; Fer- 
ntoy, Cork. 

Aberoromby, dow • baroness. Louisa 
Penuel, dr. of John Hay Forbes Hord 
Medwyn) ; b. 1810 ; m. 2 baron Aber- 
cromby. 21 Chapel Street, Belgrave 
Square, S.W, 

Abmromby, dow. -lady. hon. Agnes, 
dr. of 3 baron Kilmaine ; m. sir George 
Samuel Abercromby, 6 bart. 

Forglen House, Banff; 6 Fwrtman 
Square, W, 

Abereromby, hon. John, eld. s. of 4 
baron Abercromby ; b. 1841 : ex-lieut. 
rifle brigade. 

Abercromby, hon. Ralph, s. of 4 baron 
Abercromby ; b. 1842: ex-lieut. 60 rifles. 
Naval and Military, 

Aberdare, 1 baron (1873). Austin 
Henry Bruce, p.c, s. of John Bruce 
Pryce, of Duffiryn, and nephew of lord 
justice sir James ^ligfat-Bruoe ; b. 1816 ; 
m. 1. dr. of Richard Beadon, Clifton ; 2. 
Norah, dr. of lieut.-gen. sir William 
Napier, k.c.b. : called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1837, poUoe magistrate at 
Merthyr Tydvil 1847-62, under secre- 
tary for the home department 1862-64, 
second church estates commissioner 
1866-66, vice-president of the council 
1866-67, secretary of state for the home 
department 1869-73, president of the 
council 1873-74, m.p. (l.) Merthyr Tyd- 
vil 1862-68, Renfrewshire 1868-73, dep.- 
lieut. of Glamonanshire. 
Athenaum; ihtflyn, Aberdare, Ola- 



tnorganshire ; 1 Queen* a Gate, South 
Keftsington, . 

Aberdeen, bp. of. rt. rev. Thomas 
Suther. d.c.l : formerly incumbent of 
St. Anarew*s, Aberdeen, bp. of Aberdeen 
from 1857. 
Aberdeen, 

Aberdeen, 8 earl of (1682). John Camp-, 
bell Hamilton-Gordon ; b. 1847 ; sits as 
vise. Qoi-don (1814) ; 2nd tit. baron 
Haddo: b.a. Oxon., a magistrate for 
Aberdeenshire. 

Carlton; Haddo House, Aberdeen; 
12 St. Jafnes*8 Place, S. W, 

Aberdeen, dow. -countess of. Mary, dr. 
of George Baillie, of Jerviswoode, and 
sis. of lord Jerviswoode ; b. 1814 ; m. 6 - 
earl of Aberdeen. 
Haddo House, Aberdeen. 

Aberdonr, baron (eld. s. of carl of Mor- 
ton). Sholto George Watson Douglas ; 
b. 1844 : M.A. Cantab., lieut. Midlothian 
yeomanry. 

Dalmahoy, Edinburgh; 47 Brook 
Street, W. 

Abergavenny, 5 earl of (1784). William 
Nevill ; b. 1826 ; m. dr. of su- John Van- 
den Bempde Johnstone, 2 bart. ; 2nd tit. 
vise* Nevill: formerly in the 2nd life 
guards, capt. west Kent yeomanry 
1860-63. 

Carlton; Erridqe Caatle, Tunbrid^re 
Wells; Birling JJanor, Maidstone; 34 
Dover Street, W. 

Abingdon, 6 earl of (1682). Montagu 
Bertie, d.c.l. ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. (<f.) of 
George Granville Harcourt, m.p.; 2nd 
tit. baron Norrcys : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Oxfordshire, m.p. (c.) Oxfort- 
shire 1832-62, Abingdon 1862-64, high 
steward of Abingdon, lord-Heut. of Beiic- 
shire from 1866. 

White* s, Carlton, Brooks'; Wytheim 
Abbey, Abingdon, Berks; 18 Urosve- 
nor Street, Jr. 

Abinger, 3 baron (1886). col. Willimn 
Frederick Scarlett; b. 1826; m. dr. of 
commodore Magruder, United States 
navy : served in the Crimea, knight of 
Meajidie, dep.-lieut. of Invemess-ehire, 
Ueut-ool. Soots fusilier guards. 

Ouard^, Carlton; Inverloehy, JEm- 
gussie, Invemeaa-ahire ; 3 Cromwell 
Boad, South Kensington, S. W, 

Abinger, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, dr. 
of Lee Steere, Jayes, Surrey; m. 1. 
rev. John Ripley, Ockley ; 2. first 

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baron Abinger, cbief baron of the ex- 
chequer. 

12 Wilton Street, S.W.; Wcstcliffe 
Hou9e^ Brighton. 

Abinger, dow. -baroness. Sarah, dr. of 
George Smith, chief-justice of Mauritius; 
m. 2 baron Abinger. 
30 QueeiCs-gate Ta'race^ Kensington. 

Aboyne, carl of (eld. s. of manj. of 
Huntley). 

AbraKam, rt. rev. Charles John, d.d., 
b. 1817 ; m. dr. of Sir Charles Pahner, 2 
hart. : M.A. Cantab., assistant-master at 
Eton 1841-51, archd. of Waitemata, 
New Zealand, 1852-68, bp. of Wellmg- 
ton, New Zealand, 1868-70, prebendary 
of Lichfield Cathedral from 1872, coad- 
jutor bp. in the diocese of Lichfield from 
1870. 

The Close, LichJUld. 

Abrmham, hon. mrs. Ellen, dr. of 1 
boron Westbury; b. 1 826 ;m. rev. Thomas 
E. Abraham (bro. of bp. Abraham), m.a. 
Oxou., hon. canon of Ely, rector of 
Jtisby, Bury St. Edmunds (1501.). 

Aebeson, baron (eld. s. of earl of Gos- 
ford). 

Aeheton, hon. Edward Archibald 6ra- 
bazon, s. of 3 earl of Gosford ; b. 1844 ; 
m. dr. of lieut.-gen. sir Gaspard Le 
Merchant, k.c.b. : capt. Coldstream 
guards. 
21 Queen Antte Street, 

Aeheton, lady Edith, dr. of 3 earl of 
Gosford; b. 1836. 

106 Harley Street, W. 

Aeland, sir Thomas Dyke, d.c.l., 11 
bart. (1644) b. 1809; m. 1. dr. of Sir 
CSiiarl^ Mordaunt ; 2. Mary, dr. of hon. 
John Erskine : u.A. Oxon., major 1 
BevonsHire yeomanry from 1872, ueut.- 
col. 1 Devonshire rifle volunteers from 
1860, second church estates commissioner 
1869-74, M.p. (l.) west Somerset 1837- 
47, north Devon from 1866. 

AtheMtum; Killerton, Exeter; Ho' 
lincote, MiMhead, Somerset. 

A'Court, hon. Arthur Wvndham Hol- 
mes-, s. of 2 baron Heytesbury ; b. 1848 ; 
m. Annie, dr. of Thomas Berkeley', vice- 
president of the council of the L&eward 
islands. 

A'Conrt, hon. Charles George Holmes-, 
s. of 2 baron Heytesbury ; b. 1843. 

A'Conrt, hon. Edw. Alexander Holmes-, 
8. of 2 baron Heytesbury ; b. 1846 : capt. 
86ft. 



A'Conrt, hon. Frederick Holmes-, a. of 
2 baron Heytesbury ; b. 1839 : ex-lieut 
86 ft. 

A'Covrt, hon. Henry Holmes-, s. of 2 
baron Heytesburj' ; b. 1841 : commander 
royal navy. 

AXonrt, hon. Herbert Holmes-, s. of 
2 baron He}-te9bur>' ; b. 1851. 

A'Covrt, hon. I^eonard Worslev Hol- 
mes-, 8. of 2 baron Hej-tesbury ; b. 1849. 

A'Conrt, hon. Walter Ashe Holmes-, 
s. of 2 baron Ilej-tesburj- ; b. 1860. 

A*Goiirt, hon. Wni. Leonard Holmes-, 
eld. s. of 2 baron Heytesbury; b. 
1835 ; m. Isabella, dr. of rev. Richard 4 v 
Court Beadon, \'icar of Cheddar : m.a. 
Cantab. 

A'Conrt, hon, Gertrude Anne ; b. 1847 ; 
hon. Margaret, b. 1855, drs. of 2 baron 
He}'te8burj'. 

Acton, 1 baron (1869). John Emerich 
Edward Dalbei^ Acton; b. 1814; m. 
Marie, dr. of Count Arco Valley of 
Munieh: dep.-lieut. of Salop, m.p. Car- 
low 1859-65, Bridgenorth 1865-68, a 
member of the Senate of London uni- 
versitv. 

Atlwnccum^ Brooke ; Aldenham 
Parky Bridgenorth, Salop. 

Aoton, hon. Richard Maximilian, eld. 
s. of 1 baron Acton ; b. 1870. 

Aoton, hon. Anne b. 1868, hon. Mary 

b. 1866, hon. b. 1874, drs. of 1 

baron Acton. 

Adair, col. Charles William, R.M., c.b.: 
served in Syria in 1840, in the Crimea, 
and at the bombardment of the batteries 
at the Straits of Simonosaki in Japan 
1864, second in command of the Chat- 
ham division of royal marines 1869-72, 
aide-de-camp to the Queen from 1870, 
assist, adj. -gen. of marines from 1872. 

7 New Street, Whitehall, S. W. ; 92 
St. Georges Boad, S. W. 

Adair, lady. An^eliqne Gabrielle, dr. of 
marquis d'Hagmoourt; m. rt. hon. sir 
Robert Adair, m.p., o.c.b. (£?.), ambas- 
sador to Vienna, s. of Robert Adair. 
8erK.-6urpK)n to George III., by dr. of 2 
earl of Albemarle. 

,, rt. hon. William Patrick, r.c, 
8. of adm. sir Charles Adam, k.c.b., m.p. ; 
b. 1823 ; m. Emily, dr. of gen. sfr Wil- 
liam WyUie, k.c.b. : m.a. Cantab., called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1860, 
private sec. to the governor of Bombay 
(Lord Elphinstone) 1863-68, a lord of 

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the treasury 1865-66, 1869-73, chief- 
commissioner of works and buildings 
1873-74, dep.-lieut. of Fife and of Kin- 
roes, maj. Fifeshire rifle volunteers from 
1863, M.p. (l.) Clackmannanshire from 
1859. 
Brooks*; Blairadam House, Kinross. 

Adam, lady Anne, dr. of John Maber- 
ley, m. gen. rt. hon. sir Frederick Adam, 
o.c.B. (rf.), bro. of adm. sir Charles 
Adam, k.c.b., m.p., and s. of rt. hon. 
"W. Adam, lord-lieut. of Kinross. 

Adams, col. Cadwallader, c.B., s. of 
Henry Cadwallader Adams. Ansty Hall, 
and bro. of sir Henry William Adams, 
K.C.B. ; b. 1825 : served in the Crimea, 
including the Alma, the Inkermann, and 
the Redan, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidie, lieut.-col. 
49 ft., brigadier commanding the Bel- 
gaum district, Bombay, from 1869. 

Adams, commissaiy-gen. George, c.B. : 
served in the Cfrimea, including the 
Alma and Sebastopol, knight of the 
Medjidie : retired as commissary-gen. in 
1859. 
47 Queen* s Oardetis, Baysicater, 

Adams, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dr. of 2 
baron Lilford; bom 1807; m. rev. Richd. 
Leonard Adajns, m.a. Oxon., chaplain 
to the late lord Stowell, rector, from 
1859, of Shere, Guildford (800/.) 

Adams, lady. Eathcrine, dr. of i-ev. 
Thomas Coker Adams, vicar of Ansty, 
Coventry; m. cousin, major-gen. sir 
Henry William Adams, k.c.b. (d.), 

8 Albert Mansions^ Victoria Street, 
S.W. 

Adare, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Dun- 
raven). 

Adderley, rt. hon. sir Charles Bowyer, 
K.C.M.O., p.c, bom 1814; m. hon. Julia, 
dr. of 1 baron Leigh : b.a. Oxon., vice- 
president of the council 1858-59, fourth 
charity commissioner 1858-59, under-sec- 
retary of state for the colonies 1866-68, 
president of the board of trade (2,000/.) 
from 1874, a magistrate and dep.-lieut. 
of Staflbrdshire and of Warwickshire, 
1874, capt. "Warwickshire Yeomanrv 
1836-67, M.p. (c.) North Staffordshire 

from 1841a 

Carlton ; Hams hall^ Birmingham ; 
Norton, Stoke-ttpon- Trent ; Z5, £atoft 
Fiace^kW. 
Addinifton, col. hon. Charles John, s. 
of 2 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 1832 * m. dr. 
of Alfred Miller Mundy, Shipley Hall, 



Derby: served in the Crimea, knight of 
the Medjidie, lieut.-col. 100 ft. 
Army and Navy, United Service. 
Addington, hon. Gerald Anthony, eld. 

s. of 3 vise. Sidmouth; b. 1854. 
Addington, hon. Harold William, s. of 

3 vise. Sidmouth; b. 1860. 
Addington, hon. Herbert Hiley, s. of 

3 vise. Sidmouth; b. 1859. 
Addington, major hon. Leonard Allen, 
R.A., son of 2 vise. Sidmouth ; b, 
1828; m. dr. of Erring Clark, Ifford 
Manor, Devon : ex-capt. royal rfrtillery 
(retired on an annuity), ex-deputy quar- 
termaster-general in i)engal, a magis- 
trate for Do^n. 
Junior United Service. 
Addington, hon. Eliza Anne, b. 1839 ; 
hon. Alice Marj', b. 1849 ; hon. Ursula 
Georgina,b. 1860; hon. Evelyn, b. 1852; 
hon. Mabel, b. 1853, drs. of 3 vise. Sid- 
mouth. 
Addison, major-gen. Joseph Edward: 
major h. p. 70 ft., assistant to the 
governor of the royal militarv college 
from 1865. 
Sandhurst. 
Addison, col. Thomas, c.B. ; m. dr. of 
Robert Gillespie, York Street, Portman 
Square : served in the Afghanistan and 
Beloochistan campaign 1839, major of 
brigade in the Southern Mahratta cam- 
paign 1844, sensed in the Kaffir war 
1851, commandant first battalion 2 ft. 
in the North China campaign of I860, 
lieut.-col. 2 ft., brigadier-general com- 
manding the Scinde division, Bombay^ 
from 1869. 
Adeane, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 4 Earl 
of Hardwicke; b. 1834; m. Henry 
John Adeane, m.p. {d.): a bedchamber 
woman to the Queen from 1874. 

54, Rutlandgate, Knightshridge ; 
Babraham Hall, Cainbridgeshire. 
Adelaide, 1 bp. of (1847). rt. rev. 
Augustus Short, n.i)., s. of Charles 
Short, barrister; b. 1803; m. dr. of John 
Phillips, Culham, Oxfordshire: m.a» 
Oxon., vicar of Kavensthorpe,Northant8, 
1835-47, Bampton lecturer in 1846, bp. 
of Adelaide (900/.) from 1847. 
Adelaide, South Australia. 
Adlam, maj. -gen. Henry Charles, ex- 
lieut.-col. Sngal staff corps, served 
with the Candanar force unaer general 
Nott 1840-42, commanded the governor-. 
general's escort at the battle of Maha- 
rajpore 1843, served in the Sutlej cam- 



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paign 1846, inclading the battle of 
Sobraon. 

Ady, ven. archdeacon William Brice, 
M.A. Oxon., vicar of Little Baddow 
1842-57, archdeacon of Colchester from 
1867, rector, from 1857, of Little Had- 
doto, Chelmsford (640/.) 

Jldje, major-gen. sir John Miller, 
R.A., K.C.B., 8. of Major James P. Adye, 
R-A.; b. 1819; m. Mary,, dr. of Wee- 
admiral hon. sir Montagu Stopford, 
K.c.B. : aaBistant-adjutant-general of 
artillery dming the Crimean war, and 
during the Indian mutiny, knight of the 
Medjidie, deputy-adjutant-general in 
Bengal 1863-66, commander of the 
legion of honour, director of artillery 
and stores from 1870. 

War Office ; Wooltcieh Oommoftf 
Kent. 

Affleek, sir Robert, 6 bart (1702); b. 
1805; m. dr. of Edmund Singer Burton, 
Churchill, Daventrv: a magistrate for 
Cambridgeshire and for Suffolk. 

Dulham Hallj Newmarket; Fingrin- 
hoe Hall, Oolcheeter, 

Africa, bp. of Central, rt. rev. Ed- 
ward Steere, ll.d., son of "W. Stcere, 
barrister-at-law : m.a. London, curate 
of Kingskerswell, Devon, 1856-58, of 
Skevnes, Lincolnshire, 1858-62, rector of 
Little Steeping, Lincolnshire, 1859-72, 
chaplain to bp. Tozer in Central Africa 
186^-68, author of several works in the 
Swabili language, bp. of Central Africa 
from 1874. 

AgtiX, hon. Henry Augustus Ellis, 
8. of 3 earl of Normanton; b. 1870. 

AgtiX, hon. Herbert Welbore Ellis, 
8. of 2 earl of Normanton; b. 1823; 
m. dr. of James A. Gibson, member of 
the legislative council, Tasmania. 

Agar, hon. Sidney James Ellis, s. of 
3 earl of Normanton ; b. 1864. 

Agar, hon. Mrs. James, dr. of Samuel 
Thompson, Greenmount Antrim; m. 
hon. and venerable James Agar {d.). 

Agar, lady Caroline Elizabeth, b. 
1857; lady Mary Beatrix, b. 1859 ; lady 
Margaret Elizabeth Diana, b. 1863; lad v 
MaiT Adelaide, b. 1869, drs. of 3 Earl 
of Normanton. 

Agnew, sir Andi-ew, 8 bort. (1629), b. 
1818; m. lady Louisa, dr. of 1 earl 
of Gainsfiorou^h : served with 93 ft. 
in the Canadian rebellion 1838, ex- 
capt. 4 light dragoons, dcp.-lieut. of 



Wigtonshire, and vice-lieut. from 1852, 
M.P. (l.) Wigtonshire 1856-68. 

Army and Navy, Brooke* ; Lochnaw 
Castle, Stranraer, Wigtonshire, 

Agnew, Robert Vans, s. of coL Patrick 
Vans Agnew, c.b.; bom 1817 ; m. dr. of 
sir David Hunter Blair, 3 bart. : ex-lieut. 
rifle brigade, a magistrate and dep.« 
lieut. of Wigtonshire, m.p. (c.) Wigton. 
shire from 1874. 

Carlton ; New (Edinburgh) ; Baru" 
barroch, Wigton; Farkhouse, Stran* 
raer. 

Agnew, lady Louisa, dr. of 1 earl of 
Gainsborough; b. 1822; viile sir An- 
drew Agnew, 8 bart. 

Ailetbory, 2 marq. of (1821). George 
William Frederick Brudenell-Bruce. 
p:c., k.o. ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. of 11 earl 
of Pembroke ; 2nd tit. earl Bruce : m.a. 
Oxon., master of the horse 1859-66, 
1869-74,aide-de-camp to the Queen from 
1857, lieut. -col. commandant Wilts Yeo- 
manry from 1837, lord-lieut. of Wilts 
fix)m 1863. 

Carlton, Travelien^ ; Tottenham 
Fark, Marlborough; Jen^eaux Abbey, 
Bedale, Yorkshire; 78 FaU Mail, 
S.W. 

Ailetbory, dow. -marchioness of. Maria, 
dr. of hon. Charles Tollemache, Haring- 
ton, Northants; bom 1809; m. 1 marq. 
of Ailesbury, k.g. 
10 Hertford Street, Mayfair, 

Ailia, 3 marq. (1881). Archibald Ken- 
nedy ; b. 1847 ; m. dr. of 12 baron Blan- 
tvre ; 2nd tit. earl of CasaUis : ex-lieut. 
Coldstream guards. 

Guards ; Cassilis House and Culsean 
Castle, Maybole, Ayr; 41 Berkeley 
Square, W, 

ilia, dow. -marchioness o£ Julia, dr. 
of sir Bichard Mounteny Jephson, 1 
bart. ; m. 2 marq. of AUsa, lord-lieut. of 
Ajrrshire. 

ZoveUHUl, Windsor. 

Ainslie, lieut. -gen. Charles Philip; col. 
1 dragoons from 1869. 

Ainilie, col. William Bernard, c.b. ; m. 
Joanna, dr. of maj.-gen. Thomas FaUs : 
served with 93 ft. through the Crimean 
campaign, including the Alma and Bala- 
klava, knight of the Medjidie, ex-lieut.- 
col. 93 ft. 

Airey, m%jor-gen. James Talbot, c.b., 
s. of lieut.-gen. sir George Airey, k.c.h. : 
aide-de-camp to maj.-gen. Elphinstone 
in Affghanistan 184l-42,/-ser>'cd in the 

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Crimea as assistant quartermaster-fren. 
of the light di virion, quartermaster-^n. 
of the expedition to Kertch in 1855 
under Sir George Brown, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 
maj. h. p. Coldstream guards. 
88 St. James* Street, S. W. 

Airey, gen. Sir Richard, o.c.b., s. of 
lieut.-gen. sir (jeorge Aire^, k.c.h.; b. 
1803 ; m. cousin, hon. Harnett Mar>', dr. 
of 2 baron Talbot de Malahide: aide-de- 
C4imp to the commissioner of the Ionian 
islands 1827-30, to the governor of 
Canada (sir H. Douglas) 1830-32, mili- 
tary secretary in Canada 1832-35, assis- 
tant adj. -gen. at the horse guards 1838- 
47, assistant quartermaster-gen. 1851- 
53, served in the Crimea as quartermas- 
ter-gen., governor of Gibraltar 1865-70, 
adj. -gen. of the forces at head-quarters 
from 1870, col. 17 ft. 1860-68, 7 ft. ftx)m 
1868, commander of the legion of honour 
and of the Savoy order. 

Horse Omrde, S.W.; United Ser- 
vice; 7 Lotcndes Souare, S,W.; Kil- 
lingworth, Netccastte. 

AirUe, 10 earl of (1639). David Gra- 
ham Drummond Ogilvy, k.t. ; b. 1826 ; 
m. dr. of 1 baron Stanley of Alderley ; 
2nd tit. baron Ogilvy : m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Forfar, ex-capt. Forfarshire 
yeomanry, lord hich commisrioner to 
the general assembly of the kirk of 
Scotland in 1872 and 1873. 

Travellers* ; Airlie Castle, Forfar; 
Clunie Castle and Keltie Castle^ Perth; 
3 Campden HiU, Kensington, W. 

Airthrie, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Hope- 
town). 

Airy, sir George Biddell, f.b,8., il.d., 
D.C.L., K.C.B., s. of William Air}-, Aln- 
wick ; b. 1801 ; m. Mariano, dr. of rev. 
Richard Smith, Edensor, Chatsworth: 
M.A. Cantab, and senior wrangler in 
1823, Lucasian professor of mathematics 
1826-36, Plumian professor of astronomy 
1828-35, associate of the institute of 
France, knight of the Prussian order of 
merit, jprerident of the royal societj' 
1871-72, astronomer-royal (lOOO/.) from 
1835. 

Royal Observatory y Greenwich ; Play- 
ford, Ipsirieh. 

Aitehiion, Charles Um^herston, c.s.i. : 
entered the Bengal civil service in 1856, 
foreign secretary to the government of 
India fh>m 1870, secretary to the order 
of the star of Inaia. 



Aitehison, gen. sir John, o.c.b., s. of 
William Aitohiaon, Drummore, East 
Lothian ; b. 1788; m. dr. of Thomas May- 
hew, Fairfield House, Saxmundham : 
served in the Peninsula, commanded the 
Mysore division in India 1845-51, col. 
72 ft. 1851-70, of Scots fusilier guards 
from 1870. 

Carlton, United Service; 4 Devon' 
shire Place, W. 

Albemarle, 6 earl of (1696). (leorge 
Thomas Keppel; b. 1799; m. dr. of sir 
Coutts Trotter, 1 bart. ; 2nd tit. vise. 
Bury: served with 14 ft. at Waterloo, 
formerly a groom in waiting to the 
Queen, m.p. Norfolk east 1832-35, Ly- 
mington 1847-50, a gen. in the army. 

Jirooks*; Quiddennam Kail, Larlxng' 
ford, Norfolk. 

Alcook, lieut.-gen. George : formerly in 
the Madras army. 

Aloook, sir Rutherford, d.c.l., k.c.b., 
b. 1809 ; m. 1. dr. of Charles Bacon ; 2. 
widow of rev. John Lowder, British 
chaplain at Shangai : educated for the 
meaieal profession at Kind's College, 
Loudon, surgeon of the marine brigade 
in Portugal 1833-34, served in the 
Spanish legion under sir De Lacy Evans 
as deputy inspector-gen. of hospitals 
1835-37, commander of the order of 
Isabella of Spain, and of Charles III., 
knight of the Tower and Sword, consul 
at Shanghai 1846, at Canton 1854, con- 
sul-gen. in Japan 1868, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiar\' in Japan 1859-65, in China 
1860-71. 

Athemeum; 14 Great Queen Street^ 
Westminster, 

Aldboroiigli,6earlof(1777). Benjamin 
O'Neale Stratford; b. 1808; 2nd tit. vise. 
Amiens: dep.-lieut. of Wicklow, ex-capt. 
1 dragoon guards. 

Junior United Service ; Belan HaUy 
Kildare; Stratford Zodye, BaltinglasSy 
Wicklow. 

Aldenon, sir James, m.d., f.r.s., 
D.C.L., s. of John Alderson, Hull, m.d. ; 
b. 1800 ; m. Marianne, dr. of Peter Ber- 
thon : M.A. Cantab., m.d. Oxon.j presi- 
dent of the college of phmcians m 1867 
and 1871, consulting physician to St. 
Mary's hospital. 
17 Berkeley Square, W. 

Aldham, rear-adm. William Comwallis, 
C.B., s. of capt. George Aldham, r.n. ; 
b. 1800; m. dr. of John Pearson, Netting- 

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ham : senred on the Mediterranean, Cape 
and Pacific stations. 

Aldridge, Tice-adm. John Williams, s. 
of rer. Joe^h Aldridge, vicar of North 
Petherton, Somerset ; b. 1794 ; m. 1. dr. 
of C. Knight, Axminster; 2. dr. of major- 
gen. PiUon^on, r.b. : served at the re- 
duction of Curai^oa 1807, orip^inator of 
the present system of apprenticeship for 
the navy. 

Hilary House^ Axminster, Devon. 

Aldworth, lady Mary, dr. of 8 earl of 
Bamdon ; b. 1837 ; m. col. Richard Wil- 
liam Aldworth (s. of Richard Oliver Aid- 
worth- by sis. of 2 earl of listowel), 
served in the Crimea, ex-lieut.-col. 7 ft. 
Neumuzrkety Cork. 

Alexander, bp. vide Deny. 

Alexander, viae (eld. s, ofearlof Cale- 
don). 

Alexander, lieut-col. Claud, s. of Boyd 
Alexander, of Ballochmyle, by sis. of 
Lord Broughton : b. 1831 ; m. dr. of Alex- 
ander Speirs, of Ellerlie, m.p., lord-lieut. 
of Renfrewshire : M. a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. 
of A}T and of Renfrew, served in the 
Crime«i^ knight of the Medjidie, capt. 
grenadier guards, m.p. (c.) South Ayr- 
shire from 1874. 

Carltotty Owirds* ; BaUoehmylfy 
MaueMine, Ayr. 

Alexander, major-gen. Frederick Lle- 
wellyn, R.M.A. 

Alexander, major-gen. George Gardiner, 

K.M., C.B.; b. ; m. dr. of rev. G. 

Treweeke : commanded the royal marine 
artillery serving with the brigade in the 
Crimea, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the MedUdie, retted on full pay 
as col-commandant. 

Alexander, capt. John Hobhonse Inglis, 
B.N., C.B., 8. of Boyd Alexander of Bal- 
lochmyle, Ayr, by sis. of 1 baron Brough- 
ton; b. 1832; m. dr. of Thomas C. Hume: 
served in the Crimea, and in New Zea- 
land, commanding the " Hector " coast- 
guard at Southampton from 1874. 

Army ondNavy; Southbar, FaUhy; 
14 GratwOle Place, W, 

Alexander, sir John Wallisy 4 bart. 
(1800) ; b. 1800 ; m. sis. (rf.) of 1 marq. 
of Normanby : called to the bar at the 
Middle Temple 1844. 
27 Baton Square, S.W. 

Alexander, gen. sir James, R.A., k.c.b., 
b. 1803 : served at the siege and capture 
of Bhurtpore 1825-26, conunandeu the 



artillery in the Affghanistan campaign 
1842, also in the Gwalior and outlej 
campaigns, including the battles of Ali- 
wal and Sobraon, col.-commondant 22 
brigade. 

United Service. 

Alexander, mtgor-gen. sir Jarne^ Ed- 
ward, C.B., s. of Edward Alexander, 
Powis, Clackmannan, by niece of maj.- 
gen. Sir Alexander Bryce, k.c.h.; b. 
1803; m. dr. of col. Charles Comwallis 
Michell, K.H., sur\'eyor-gen. at the Cape : 
a<y. of the body-guard of the governor 
of Madras (sir T. Munro), private secre- 
tar>' and aide-de-camp to governor of 
the Cape (Sir B. D'Urban) 1834-36, and 
aide-de-camp to the same when com- 
mander of the forces in Canada, served 
in the Burmese, Portuguese, and Kaffir 
wars, commanded 14 ft. at Sebasto^l, 
and a brigade in New Zealand during 
the war 1862, knight of the Lion and 
Sun, and of St. John of Jerusalem, 
fellow of the royal society of Edinburgh, 
dep.-lieut. of Stirlingshire. 

united Service; Weaterton House^ 
Stirliny. 

Alexander, gen. Robert : entered the 
navy in ifio, and engaged in several 
engagements* on the coasts of France 
and Spain 1811-12, was at the siege of 
Terragona 1812,' at the capitulation of 
Fort Maurice 1813, and at the surrender 
of Naples 1815. Madras infontTy. 
6 Marloes Hood, Cromwell Koadj W. 

Alexander, Robert, c.b., s. of Robert 
Alexander, Gloucester Place; b. 1813; 
m. 1. dr. of George Murray and grand- 
dr. of adm. sir George Murray, k.c.b. ; 
2. dr. of Robert Ka^e Grevifle, ll.d., 
Edinburgh, and widow of maj.-gen. 
Henry Drummond : in the Bengal civil 
service 184^-61, a magistrate for 
Kent. 

Arthur' 8, Oriental; Holwood, Brom' 
ley; Doum House, Maidstom. 

Alexander, hon. Charles, s. of 3 earl of 
Caledon;b. 1854. 

Alexander, hon. Walter, s. of 3 earl of 
Caledon ; b. 1849 : li«ut. Scots greys. 

Alexander, lady Jane Charlotte, dr. of 
3 earl of Caledon ; b. 1850. 

Alexander, ladv Louisa, dr. of 2 earl of 
Ranfiurly ; b. 1820 ; m. Henry Alexander 
(s. of bp. Nathaniel Alexander of Meath), 
dep.-Ueut. of Armagh, and high sherm 
in 1837. 
Forkhill House, Armagh. 



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Alford, rt. rev. bp. Charles Richard, 
D.D., 8. of rev. Charles Alford, West 
Quantonhead, Somerset, and bro. of 
dean Alford; bom 1816; m. dr. of 
John Fleet : m.a. Cantab., principal of 
Highbury training college l864-6o, in- 
cumbentof Holy iTinity, Islington, 1866- 
67, bp. of Hong Kong 1867-72, curate of 
Bowdon, Manchester, 1872-74, vicar, 
from 1874, of Christ Church, Claughton, 
Birketthead (560/.). 

Alford, vise. (eld. s. of earl Brownlow). 

Alford, lady Marian, dr. of 2 mara. of 
Northampton ; b. 1817 ; m. vise. Alford 
(rf.). father of 3 Earl Brownlow. 

Alford House, Prince's Gate, JELyde 
Park, W. ; Ashridge, Little Oaddesdett, 
Hemel Hempstead. 

Aliaon, col. sir Archibald, K.C.B., 2 
bart a862) ; b. 1826 ; m. dr. of James 
Connell Black : served in the Crimea with 
72 ft. at the dege and fall of Sebasto- 

5ol, military secretary^ to lord Clyde 
uring the Indian mutmv 1867-68, as- 
sistant a4it.-gen. of soutn-westem dis- 
trict 1866-67, at Alderahot 1870-4, second 
in command of the Ashantee expedition 
in 1874, deputy adjt.-gen. in Ireland 
from 1874, heut.-col. h. p. unattached. 
United Service; 43 Mutland Gate, 
S.JT. 
Algoma, 1 bp. of (1878). rt. rev. F. 
V. Fauquier. 
Algoma, Ontario, Canada. 
Allan, sir Hugh, s. of Alexander Allan, 
Glasgow J b. 1810; m. Matilda, dr. of 
John Smith, Montreal : the owner of a 
large fleet of ships trading between 
Canada and Gla^ow. 
Ravenseraig, Montreal. 
Allen, Frederioc Freeman, c.B., mem- 
ber of the royal college of surgeons, 1846, 
surgeon-major in the Bengal army, in 
medical charge of 2 Ghoorka regiment 
from 1858. 
Deyrah Doott. 
Allen, ven.|archd. John, s. of rev. 
David Bird Allen, rector of Burton, and 
bro. of Joshua J. Allen, Bicton, Milibrd ; 
b. 1810 ; m. dr. of J. White Higgins, 
Hormead, Bury^ Herts: m.a. Cantab., 
ch^hdn of Kmg's College, London. 
1833. examining chaplain to bp. Otter of 
Chichester 1836, an mspector of schools 
1839-47, examining cnaplain to bp. 
Lonsdale of lachfieid, 1843, prebendary 
of Lichfield 1 848-49, archd. of Salop from 
1847, vicar of Prees, Shretcsbury (670/.). I 



Allen, major Ralph Shuttleworth, B.A., 
s. of H. Allen, Bathampton ; b. 1818 ; 
m. 1. dr. of sir Samuel Cunard; 2. dr. of 
John Boy AUen, Lvndford House, Somer- 
set : ex-capt. royal artillery, major Corn- 
wall and Devon miners' artillery 1853- 
67, a ma^trate and dep.-lieut. of 
Somersetshire, ex-major of Somerset 
militia, u.p. (c.) East Somerset fhnu 
1868. 

Carlton, United Service ; Hampton^ 
Bath. 
Allen, William Shepherd, s. of William 
Allen, Woodhead Hall, Cheadle; b. 1831 ; 
m. dr. of John CandUsh, m.p. : m.a. 
Oxon., a magistrate and dep.-lieut. of 
Stafibrdshire, m.p. (l. ) IJewcastle- 
under-Lyne from I860. 

Refonn, University ; Woodhead Hall^ 
Cheadle, Stafordshire. 
Allen, lady Catherine, dr. of 4 earl of 
Portsmouth ; b. 1820; m. Seymour Phil- 
lips Allen (d.), high sheriff of Cornwall 
in 1860. 

CresseUy Home, Pembroke. 
Allen, lady Henrietta, dr. of 1 earl of 
Camperdown; b. 1808; m. capt. John 
James Allen, r.n. (d.), of Erroll Park, 
Perth. 

27 Chesham Street, S. W. 
AUeyne, sir John Gay Newton, 3 bart. 
(1769); b. 1820; m. dr. of sir Hennr 
Fitzherbert, 3 bart. : warden of Dulwich 
College 1846-51, capt. 12 Derbyshire 
rifle volunteers 1862-73. 

Mesnar Hall, Essex ; Batterby, Al' 
freton, Derby. 
AUgood, major-gen. George, c.B., bro. 
of Launcelot John Hunter Allgood, of 
Nunwick, high sheriff of Northimiber- 
land in 1858 ; b. 1827 : retired on full pay 
Bengal staff corps, formerlv assistant 
quartermastei^n. in Bengal. 

Nunwick, Humshauyh, Northumber- 
land. 
Allsopp, Henry, s. of Samuel Allsopp, 
Burton-on-Trent ; b. 1811; m. dr. of 
William Tongue, Comberford Hall, Staf- 
fordshire ; h^ partner of Allsopp and 
Co., brewers, Burton-on-Trent. a magis- 
trate for Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and 
Worcestershire, dep.-lieut. of Stafford- 
shire, M.p. (c.) East Worcestershire 
from 1874. 

Carlton; Hindlip Hall, Worcester ; 
83 Eaton Square, S. W. 
Allsopp, Samuel Charles, .s. of Henry 
AUsoppjM.p. ; bom 1842; m. dr. of Row- 



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l&nd Palmer Morewood, Alfireton Hall, 
Derby: m.a. Cantab., partner in Allsopp 
and Co., brewers, Burton, a magistrate 
for Dei^yshire and for Staffordshire, 
Kent. Derbyshire yeomanry, m.p. (c.) 
East Stafforshire from 1873. 

Junior Carlton; Craythome^ Burton- 
on- Trent ; Marchington^ Uttoxeter ; 83 
Eaton Square, 8. W. 
Altamont, earl of (eld. s. of marq. of 

SUgo). 
Althorp, vise (eld. & of earl Spencer). 
.Amberlay, vise (eld. s. of earl Russell). 
John RusseU; b. 1842; m. dr. (</.) of 2 
baron Stanley of Alderley : educated at 
the university of Edinburgh, m.p. (l.) 
Nottingham 1866-68. 
37 Chesham Ftace, S. W. 
Amhertt, 2 earl (1826). William Pitt 
Amherst; b. 1803; m. dr. of bp. Percy, 
of Carlisle, and niece of 3 duke of Nor- 
thumberland; 2nd tit. vise. Holmesdale : 
M.A. Oxon., a magistrate and dep.-lieut. 
of Kent. 

Carlton; Montreal, Sevettoaks, Kent ; 
Forest Hotue, Boumeinouth ; 43 6Vm- 
venor Square, W. 
Amhent, hon. Frederic, s. of 2 earl 
Amherst ; b. 1838 : served as a midship- 
man in the Baltic 1854-55, capt. 14 
hussars. 
Naval and Military. 
Amherst, hon. Hugh, s. of 2 earl Am- 
herst ; b. 1856. 
Amhent, hon. Jeffery Charles, s. of 2 
earlAmiherBt; b. 1844: Ueut. rifle brigade. 
Junior Army and Nary, 
Amhent, hon. Josceline George, s. of 2 
earl Amherst ; b. 1846 : called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1874. 
Amherst, hon. Percy Arthur, s. of 2 

earl Amherst ; b. 1839 : m.a. Cantab. 
Amherst, lady Margaret Catherine, b. 
1848; lady Elinor, b. 1850; lady Charlotte 
Florentia, b. 1851, drs. of 2 earl Am- 
herst. 
Amiens, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Aid- 
borough.) 
Amory, sir John Heathcoat Heathcoat-, 
1 bart. (1874), s. of Samuel Amory, 
Portland Place, by dr. and heir of J. 
Heathcoat of Bolam, m.p. Tiverton ; b. 
1829; m. dr. of William Unwin: educated 
at University College, London, a magis- 
trate and dep.-lieut. of Devon, ex-major 
1 Devon rifle volunteers, an extensive 



manufacturer at Tiverton, m.p. (l.) 
Tiverton from 1868. 

Eefonn; Knightshayee Court, Tipcr- 
ton, 
Amphlett, sir Paul Richard, s. of rev. 
H. Amphlett, rector of Hadzor ; b. 180J) ; 
m. dr. and heir of Edward Ferrand. St. 
Ives, Yorkshire and cousin of Williaui 
Ferrand, m.p. : m.a. Cantab., called to 
the bar 1834, queen's counsel 1858, a 
magistrate and dep.-lieut. of Worcester- 
shire, M.p. (c.) Worcestershire 1869-73, 
a baron of the exchequer (5,000/.) from 
1873. 

Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge ; S2 
Wimpole Street;! Old Square, Lin- 
coln's Inn; Wychbold Hall, Droitwich . 
Anomm, earl of (eld. s. of marq. of 
Lothian). William Walter, Schomberg 
Kerr ; b. 1867. 
Anderson, sir Alexander, s. of rev. 
William Anderson, minister of Strichen, 
Aberdeenshire; b. 1802; m. dr. of W. 
Johnston, Viewfield, Aberdeenshire: m.a. 
Aberdeen, became an advocate in Aber- 
deen 1826, provost of Aberdeen 1859-66, 
dep.-Ucut. of Aberdeenshire. 

239 Union Street, Aberdeen; Ble- 
laek, Tarland, Aberdeenshire. 
Anderson, gen. Alexander, r.m., c.B., 
served at the battle of Navarino in 1827, 
and in Syria 1840-41, including the sur- 
render of St. Jean d' Acre and Jafia. 
Anderson, rt. rev. bp. David, d.d., bro. 
of T. Damley Anderson, Waverlev 
Abbey, Alderehot; b. 1814; m. dr. (rf.) of 
James Marsden, Liverpool : m.a. Oxon., 
vice-principal of St. Bee's College, 
Derby, 1840-49. bp. of Rupert's Land 
1849-64, chancellor of St. Paul's cathe- 
dral from 1866, rector of Clifton, Bristol 
(700/.) fix)m 1864. 
Andenon, Arthur, m.d., c.b. : membei 
of the royal college of surgeons, Eng- 
land, 1831, served in the Crimea in- 
cluding the Alma, Bakklava, and In- 
kerman, knight of the legion of honom*, 
present at the captiu-e of Canton 1867, 
inspector-gen. of hospitals retired on 
hau-pay. 

Caseaonian United Service (Edin- 
burghj, 
Anderson, sir Charles Henry John, 9 
bart. (1660) ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. (d.) of John 
Savile Foljambe, Aldwarke^ Yorkshire : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Lincolnshire, 
and high sheriff in 1851. 
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Anderson, inajor-g»?n. Darid Greenhill, 
R.A. : served in the Punjab campaigTi 
including the capture of Mooltan and 
the battle of Goojerat, retired on fUll 
pay as lieut.-col. royal Bombay artil- 
lery. 

Anderson, George, s. of George Ander- 
son, Luscar, Fife; b. 1819: m.a. St. 
Andrews, mai. 4 Lanarkshire rifle volun- 
teers from 1863, formerly a merchant in 
Glasgow, M.p. (L.) GlaMfow from 1863. 
jReform; Western (Glasgow); St. 
Vincent Street^ Glasgow. 

Anderson, sir George Canmbell : attor- 
ney of the general court or the Bahamas 
18^7, speaker of the House of Assembly 
1861-68, attorney-gen. of the Bahamas 
from 1837. 

Anderson, sir Henry Lacon, k.o.s.i., 
s. of sir George Anderson, k.c.b., gover- 
nor of Ceylon ; b. 1817 ; m. Anne, dr. of 
Hope Stewart, Ballechin, Perth : in the 
Bombay civil service 1840-65, secretary 
to the. government of Bombay in the 
politick and judicial departments 1854- 
60, chief secretary to the government of 
Bombay 1860-65, fellow of the univer- 
sity of Bombay, secretary of the judicial 
Eublic and revenue department of the 
ndia coimcil from 1866. 
5 Leinster Gardens^ Hyde Parh^ W. 

Anderson, sir James, s. of John Ander- 
son, DumfHes; b. 1824 ; m. 1. dr. of John 
Stuart ; 2. Margaret, dr. of Thomas Mil- 
ligan, Rosefield, Annan: entered the 
mercantile marine in 1840, and the Cun- 
ard steam service in 1851, commanded 
the " Great Eastern *' in 1865, when em- 
ployed in laying the Atlantic telegraph 
cable. 

16 Warrington Creseenty Maida Vale, 
W. 

Anderson, vice-adm. James, bro. of sir 
William George Anderson ; b. 1795 ; m. 
dr. of lieut. David Henderson, ii.N. : took 
an active part in the chief operations of 
the Amencan war, served afterwards on 
the Mediterranean and African stations^ 
Beaufort Lodge, Heedvale, Teign- 
moiith. 

Anderson, msg.-gen. John Richard, 
R.A., c.B. ; m. Mary dr. of Robert Ain- 
slie, Elvington, East Lothian : served in 
China 1842, in the Crimea including 
the Alma and Balaklava, knight of the 
Medjidie, commanded the artillery of 
Grant's division at the capture of Mean- 
gunge and at the siege and capture of 



Lucknow, retired on full pay as col., 
dep.-lieut. of Midlothian. 
Whitlmrgh, 

Anderson, col. Joseph, k.h., c.b. : ser- 
ved in the expedition to Calabria, in the 
expedition to Eg3rpt 1807, in the Penin- 
sula 1 809-1 2, including Talavera, Busaco, 
and Fuentes d'Onor, was at the capture 
of Guadaloupe 1815, and commanded a 
brigade at the battle of Punniar, cx- 
lieut.-col. 50 ft. 

Anderson, sir William George, K.c.B.y 
s. of James Anderson, gen. post oflSce, 
and bro. of vice-adm. James Anderson ; 
b. 1804 ; m. Marj-, dr. of Henr}* White- 
side, Frognal, Hampstead: assistant 
comptroller and auditor-gen. of the ex- 
chequer 1866-73, auditor of the Duchy 
of Cornwall from 1851, auditor of the 
ecclesiastical commission. 

1 Buekingham Gate, S.W. ; 10 
Whitehall Place, 8. W. 

Anderson, hon. mrs. Caroline, dr. of 1 
baron Teignmouth; b. 1802; m. rev. 
Robert Anderson {d.), incimibent of 
Trinity church, Brighton. 

Anderson, lady. Jane, dr. of Archibald 
Wright, Ormiston, East Lothian ; m. sir 
George William Anderson, k.c.b. (rf.), 
governor of Ceylon 1850-55. 
99 Westboi4me Terrace, W. 

Anderson, lady. Janet, dr. of Robert 
Hood, Glasgow ; m. sir James Anderson 
(rf.), provost of Glasgow in 1849. 

Andover, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Suffolk). 
Henry Charles Howard ; b. 1833 ; m. dr. 
of hon. Henry Coventry : m.p. (l.) Mai- 
mesbury 1859-68, cant, north Gloucester- 
shire militia from 1860. 

Charlton House, Malmesbttry, Wilts. 

Anglesey, 3 marq. of (1815). Hemy 
William George Paget ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. 
of James Eversfield, Denne Park, Sus- 
sex ; 2nd tit. earl of Uxbridge : ex-Ueut. 
1 life guards, dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire, 
M.p. (L.) Staffordshire south 1854-67, 
lieut.-col. Staffordshire militia 1852-55. 
Arthur's; Beaudesert Park, Bir- 
mingham; Plasnetcydd, Anglesea; 33 • 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

Annaly, 2 baron (1863). Luke White ; 
b. 1829 ; m. dr. of James Stuart : ex-capt. 
13 light dragoons, m.p. (l.) Longford 
1861-62, Kidderminster 1862-65, a iun. 
lord of the treasmr 1862-66, lord-heut. 
of Longford 1873-74, lieut.-col. Long- 
ford mmtia from 1847. 
Arthur's; Woodlands, Luean,Dub- 



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lim; Rathclinej Zanesdorov^h, I/mg- 
ford, 
jAnneiley, 5 oail (1789). col. Hugh'An- 
nesley ; b. 1831 ; 2nd tit. vise. Glerawly : 
M.A. Dublin, M.p. (c.) Ca\'an 1857-74, 
a ma^tmte and dep.-lieut. of Down, 
senred in the Kaffir war 1851-53, and in 
the Crimea, ex-capt. Scots fuMlier guards. 
CarHoH, WhUi^s; Castle Weltan, 
Down; 25 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, 
W. 
Annesley, col. hon. Algernon Sydney 
Arthur, a. of 9 vise. Vatentia; b. 1829 ; 
m. dr. of Griffith Richards, q.c. : ex-lieut. 
10 hussars, aide-de-camp to the lord 
high commissioner of the Ionian islands 
(fdr John Young) in 1858, private secre- 
tary to the governor of Hong-Kong (sir 
H. Robinson) in 1860, maj. Oxfordshire 
militia 1856-72, lieut.-col. commandant 
fhwn 1872. 

7 St. Georges Square, Fimlico, S. W, 
Annesley, hon. Arthur, s. of 3 earl 
Annefllev; b. 1835; m. Clara, dr. of 
George Weston, Norwich: ex-capt. grena- 
dier giiards, ex-capt- rifle brigade. 

Whitt^s, Army and Navy; 91 Maida 
Vale, W. 
Annetley, hon. George, s. of 3 earl 
Annesley ; b. 1837 ; m. 1. cousin, dr. of 
James Annesley, consul-gen. at Amster- 
dam ; 2. dr. of William H. Daniell, Au- 
burn, Westmeath : lieut. Tyrone militia. 
Castletcellan, Doxcn, 
Annesley, hon. William Octavius, s. 
of 3 earl Annesley; b. 1838 ; m. dr. {d.) 
of John Mears, Bagshot : lieut. 6 ^- 
goons 1858-60. 
Painswiek, Stroud, Oloucester. 
Annesley, hon. mrs. Arthur Grove-^ 
dr. of John Mahon, Besborough, Tippe- 
rary ; m. gen. hon. Arthur Grove- Annes- 
ley (//.), s. of 2 earl of Annesley. 
Ann^s Grove, Castletotcnroene, Cork. 
Annesley, hon. Eleanor Catherine, b. 
1831 ; hon- Augusta Constantia, b. 1841 ; 
hon. Altisidora Victoria, b. 1843, drs. of 
9 ^-isc. Valcntia, 
7 St. George's Sqttare, Pindico, S. W. 
Annesley, dow.-comitess of. Priscilla, 
dr. of Hugh Moore, Eglantine House, 
Down ; m. 3 earl Annesley. 

Donard Lodge, Newcastle, Dotcn; 25 
Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W, 
Ansell, maj.'gen. Augustas Francis: 
formerly town-maj. at HalifiEix, lieut.- 
col. h. p. ilnattaclied. 
11 netoria Mood, JT. 



Anson, vise (eld. s. ofearl of Lichfield). 
Thomas Francis Anson ; b. 1856. 
Shugborough Park, Stafford. 

Anson, ven. ai-chdcacon George Henry 
Greville, s. of gen. sir William Anson, 
O.C.B., 1 bart. ; b. 1820; m. dr. of very 
rev. dean Hook of Chichester: m.a. 
Oxon., hon. canon of Manchester from 
1859, archd. of Manchester from 1870, 
rector, from 1846, of Birch-in-RHsholnte, 
Manchestei' (520/.). 

Anson, adm. Talavcra Vernon, s. of 
gen. sir George Anson, o.c.b., m.p. 
(bro. of 1 vise. Anson) ; b. 1809 ; m. 1. dr. 
of R. Potter; 2. dr. of maj.-gen. C. 
Staveley, c.b. 

7 College O'escent, Finchley New 
jRoad,N.fr. 

Anson, sir William Reynell, 8 bart. 
(1831) ; b. 1843 : m.a. Oxon., caUed to- 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1869, Vine- 
rian law reader at Oxford University 
from 1874. 

Birch Hall, Lancashire; 39 Portland 
Place, W.; 1 Brick Court, Temple, 
B.C. 

Anson, hon. and rev. Adelbert Robert, 
s. of 1 earl of Lichfield; b. 1840 : m.a. 
Oxon., rural dean of Himley, Staflbrd- 
shire, from 1870, \*icar ofSedgelcg, Staf- 
ford (503/.) fix)m 1870. 

Anson, col. hon. Augustus Henry, v.c, 
8. of 1 earl of Lichfield ; b. 1835 ; m. dr. 
of bp. Claughton of Rochester: ex-maj. 
7 hussars, received the Victoria Cross 
for conspicuous valour at Lucknow, m.p. 
(L.) Lichfield 1859-68, Bewdley 1869-74. 
Garrick, Army and Navy; Shug^ 
borough, Tamworth. 

Anson, hon. Claud, s. of 2 earl of Lich- 
field ;b. 1864. 

Anson, hon. Francis, s. of 2 carl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1867. 

Anson, hon. Frederick William, s. of 
2 earl of Lichfield ; b. 1862. 

Anson, hon. George Augustus, s. of 2 
earl of Lichfield ;b. 1867. 

Anson, hon. Henry James, s. of 2 carl 
of Lichfield ;b. 1858. 

Anson, hon. mrs. Caroline Marin, dr. of 5 
baron Vernon ; b. 1826 ; m. rev. Frede- 
rick Anson (s. of rev. F. Anson, d.d., 
dean of Chester, bro. of 1 vise. Anson), 
M.A. Oxon., canon of Windsor (1000/.), 
rector, from 1836, of Sudbury, Derby- 
(750/.). 
The Cloisters, Windsor^Castle. 

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AnMn, lad}r Florence Beatrice, b. 1860 ; 
lady Beatrice, b. 1866 ; lady Mary Maud, 
b. 1869; ladv Edith, b. 1870, is. of 2 
earl of Lichneld. 

Anton, dow. -lady Elizabeth, dr. of maj . - 
gen. sir Denis Pack, k.c.b. ; m. sir John 
Anson, 2bart. 
2Q Portland Place, W. 

Anfltrnther, maj.-gen. Philip, ii.a., 
C.B., 8. of sir Alexander Anstruther, 
recorder of Bombay, and cousin of sir 
Balph Anstruther. 4 Dart. ; b. 1807 : ser- 
ved in China 1841, in the Punjab cam- 
paign 1849, in the Kafi&r war 1851, and 
in the Burmese expedition 1863, formerly 
in the Madras artillery. 

United Service; Thirdpart, Fife; 
107 Sloane Street, S. W. 

Anfltmther, col. sir Kobert, 5 bart, 
(1694) ; b. 1834 ; m. dr. of rev. canon 
William Knox Marshall, b.d., rector of 
"Wragby : ex-lieut. -col. grenadier guards, 
dep.-lieut. of Caithness, lord-lieut. of 
Fife from 1864, m.p. (l.) Fife from 
1864. 

Brooke, Travellers' ; Balcaskie, Fit- 
tentoeem, Fife; Watten, Caithness; 1 

• Fccleston Sqttare, S. W. 

Anstmther, sir Windham Charles 
James Carmichacl, 8 hart. (1694 and 
1798) ; b. 1826 ; m. Janetta, dr. of Robert 
BarbDur, Bolesworth Castle, Cheshire: 
hereditary carver to the royal household 
in Scothmd. a magistrate for Lanark- 
shire, M.p. (c.) south Lanarkshire from 
1874. 

Arthur's; Carmichacl House and 
Westraw House, Lanark. 

Anatmther, hon. mrs. Georgina, dr. 
of 6 vise. Barrington ; b. 1810 ; m. James 
Hamilton Lloyd Anstruther (bro. of sir 
Ralph Abercrombie Anstruther, 4 bart.), 
b. 1«06 : dep.-lieut. of Suffolk. 

Hintlesham Hall, Ipswich, Suf- 
folk, 

Anfltmther, dow. -lady. Janet, dr. of 
maj.-gen. David Dewar, Gilston house, 
Fiw; m. 1. sir John Carmichacl An- 
struther, 6 bart. ; 2. Robert Bullock Mer- 
sham, D.C.L., warden of Merton college, 
Oxford, from 1826, dep.-lieut. of Oxford- 
shire. 

University; Merton College, Oxford; 
Cavcrsfleld, Bicester. 

Anitrnther, dow. -lady. Mary, dr. of 
maj.-gen. sir Henry Torrens, k.c.b. ; m. 
1. sir Ralph Abercrombie Anstruther, 4 
bart. (16W^ ; 2. William Talbot-Crosbie, 



dep.-lieut. of Kerry and high sheriff in 
1840. 
Ardfert Abbey ^ Tralec, Kerry. 

Antigna, S bp. of (1842). rt. rev. Wil- 
liam Walrond Jackson, d.d. ; b. 1811 ; lu. 
dr. of Comade Pile, Barbados: aiiiiy 
chaplain at Barbados 1840-60, bp. of 
Antigua (2000/.) from 1860, a member 
of the le^ativc council from 1863. 
Clare Hall, Antiyua. 

Antrim, 9 earl of (1785). William Riin- 
dall McDonnell; b. 1851; 2nd tit. ^'is. 
Dunluce : state steward to the viceroy of 
Ireland (earl Spencer) 1869-74. 

Glenarm Castle, Lame, Antrim; 10 
Lowndes Square, S. W. 

Antrim, dow. -countess of. Laura Ce- 
cilia, dr. of 6 earl of Macclesfield; b. 
1809 ; m. 7 earl of Antrim. 
30 Lowndes Square, S. W. 

Antrim, dow. -countess of. Jane, dr. of 
maj. Macan, Carriff, Armagh ; m. 8 carl 
of Antrim, r.n. 

10 Loicndes Square, S. W.; Glenarni 
Castle, Antrim. 

AntroboB, sir Edmund, 3 bart. (1815), 
b. 1818 ; m. Marianne, dr. of sir Geor^ 
Dashwood, 4 bart. : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Wilts, capt. Wilts yeomanry, 
M.p. (L.) east Surrey 1841-47, Wilton 
from 18d6. 

United University; Amcsbury Abbct/, 
Salisbury, Wilts; 146 PiccadMy. 

Appleby, adm. John Frederick, s. of 
John Appleby, Soberton, Hants ; b. 1800 ; 
m. dr. 01 W. Osbom, Leominster, Arun- 
del : served in the siege of Tarragona in 
1813. 

Apiley, baron (eld. s. of earl Bathurst). 

Apthorp, maj.-gen. East, c.B. : retired 
on frdl pay as col. Madras infantry. 
Ajnhurst Lodge, Twtbridge Wells. 

Arbnthnot, sir Alexander John,K. c. s. i. , 
s. of bp. Arbuthnot of KiUaloo; b, 1822 ; 
m. Frederica, dr. of mai.-gcn. R. B. 
Fearon, c.B. : in the Maoras civil ser- 
vice 1842-67, first director of public in- 
struction in Madras 1866-62, chief-sec- 
retary to the government of Madras 
1862-67, member of council at Madras 
1867-72, vice-chancellor of the imivcr- 
sitv of Madras 1871-72. 
"Windlesham, Bags hot. 

Arbuthnot, col. Charles George, R.A,, 
c.B. : served in the Crimea, knight of 
the Medjidie, dep.-adj.-gcu. of arSllcry 
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Arbnthnot, sir William Wedderbtim, 
3 bart. (1822) ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of rev. 
Matthew Carrier Thompson, vicar of 
Alderrainster : ex-maj. 18 hussars. 
16 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

Arbathnot, hon. mrs. Gertrude, dr. of 
1 vise. Gough; b. 1816; m. Archibald 
Francis Arbuthnot (b. of sir W. Arbuth- 
not, 1 bart., lord provost of Edinbunrh), 
b. 1805. 
25 Byde Park Garden*. 

ArbaUinot, hon. nirs. Charlotte, dr. of 
1 baron Vivian ; b. 1815 ; m. Ueut.-gen. 
Charles Arbuthnot (ff.), col. 89 ft. 

Woodford House, Thrapttone; 46 
GiUingnam Street, Eceleston Square, 
S.JF, 

Arbathnott, 9 vise. (1641). John Ar- 
buthnott ; b. 1806 ; m. cousin, dr. of 6 
earl of Airlie: capt. unattached, dep.- 
lieut. of Kincardineshire. 

Arbuthnott House, Fourdoun, Kin^ 
cardine. 

Arbuthnott, master of (eld. s. of vise. 
Arbuthnott). hon. John Arbuthnott ; b. 
1843 ; m. Anna, dr. of Edmund Allen, 
and|Tand-dr. of col. Allen, Inchmartine : 
ex-lieut. 49 ft., dep.-Ueut. of Kincar- 
dineshire. 

Arbntbnott, hon. David, s. of 8 vise. 
Arbuthnott ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. of Thomas 
Forbes Keynolds, m.d., WallingtoUj Sur- 
rey : entered the Madras civil service in 
1841, collector, magistrate, jmd agent at 
Tanjore. ^ 

Arbntlinott, hon. David, s. of 9 vise. 
Arbuthnott; b. 1845. 

Arbnthnott, hon. Hugh, s. of 9 vise. 
Arbuthnott; b. 1849: Ueut. 81 ft. 

Arbnthnott, hon. John ; vide master of 
Arbuthnott. 

Arbnthnott, capt. hon. Walter, s. of 8 
vise. Arbuthnott ; b. 1 808 ; m. dr. nt Brook 
Taylor Ottley, Delaford, Dublin : dep.- 
lieut. of Kincardineshire. 
Hatton, Marykirk, Montrose, 

Arbnthnott, cen. hon. William, R.A., 
8. of 7 vise. Arbuthnott ; b. 1786 : dep.- 
Heut. of Kincardineshire, served in me 
Peninsula at Oporto, Talavera, and 
Busaco, retired on full pay as Ueut. -col. 
8 BegenCs Fork Road, N. W. 

Arbnthnott, hon. William, s. of 8 vise. 
ArbotimoU; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of lieut- 
gen. sir Neil Douglas, and widow of 
Neill Ferguson Blair: in the Madras 



army 1841-50, capt. Forfar artillery mi- 
litia from 1855. 

Arbnthnott, hon. mrs. Hugh. Susan, 
dr. of John Campbell, controller of cus- 
toms at Greenock ; m. col. hon. Hugh 
Arbuthnott (rf). 

Arbnthnott, lady Charlotte Rachel, dr. 
of 2 earl of Clonmell; b. 1808; m. 
Henrj' Arbuthnott (s. of rt. hon. Charles 
Arbuthnott). 

ArchdaU, William Humphreys, bro. of 
Mervyn E. ArchdaU, m.p. ; b. 1814 ; m. 
dr. of hon. and rev. John Charles 
Maude : M. A. Oxon. , dep.-Ueut. ofFerma- 
nagh, high sheriff of Tyrone in 1839, 
M.p. (c.) Fermanagh from 1874. 
Riversdale, Enniskillen. 

Archibald, Adams George, c.m.o., 
nephew of Samuel George Archibald, 
LL.D., master of the rolls in Nova 
Scotia: caUed to the bar of Nova Scotia 
1839j member of the legislative assem- 
bly m Canada 1860-70, Ueut.-govemor 
of Manitoba 1870-72, of Nova Scotia 
(1400/.) from 1873. 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Arehibald, Edward Mortimer, c.b., s^ 
of Samuel George Archibald, ll.d., 
master of the rolls in Nova Scotia; 
b. 1811 : attorney-gen. of Newfoundland 
1846-57, consul-gen. in New York 
(1500/.) fh>m 1857. 

Areliibald, sir Thomas Dickson, s. of 
Samuel George Archibald, ll.d., master 
of the rolls in Nova Scotia, and bro. of 
Charles Dickson Archibald, Rusland 
HaU, Lancaster ; b. 1817 ; m. Sarah, dr. 
of Richard Smith, the Priory. Dudley ; 
caUed to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1852, junior counsel to the treasury 
1868-72, a justice in the court of queen » 
bench (5000/.) from 1872. 

Athetietum; Sergeant^ s Inn, Chan- 
cerg Lane, B.C. ; Inglewood, Bickley^ 
Kent. 

Arden, hon. Catherine, dr. of 1 baron 
Alvanley (extinct) ; b. 1794. 

4 Chesham Flace, Belgrave Square. 
S.W. 

Arden, BailUe-Hamilton-; vide BailHe. 

Ardmillan, lord. James Craufiird, s. of 
Archibald Clifford BlackweU CraufUrd, 
of ArdmiUan, Ayr ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. of 
James Balfour, Edinburgh : m.a. Edin- 
burgh, caUed to the Scotch bar 1829, 
sheriff of Perthshire 1849-53, soUcitor- 
gen. for Scotland 1853-55, a judge of 



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the court of session (3000/.) from 1855, 
dep.-lieut. of Midlotnian. 

18 Charlotte SquarCy Edinburgh; 
Ardmillait, Girvan, Ayr. 
.Argyll, 8 duke of (1701). George Doug- 
las Campbell. D.C.L., LL.D., P.C, K.T.; 
b. 1823 ; m. dr. of 2 duke of Sutherland 
(mistress of the robes to the queen 
1868-70) ; sits as boron Sundridge and 
Hamilton (1766) ; 2nd tit. . marq. of 
Lome : hereditary lord steward of Scot- 
land, hereditary keeper of the royal 
castles of Dunoon and CaiTick, hcredi- 
'tarv' sheriff of Argylcshire, lord pri^y 
seal 1853-55, 1859-66, postmaster-gen. 
1855-58, secretar}' of state for India 
1869-74, lord rector of the university of 
Glasgow 1854-55, chancellor of the uni- 
versity of St. Andrews from 1851, lord- 
lieut. of Argyleshire from 1862, hon. col. 
Argyleshire rifle volunteers firom 1867. 

Athenamn, Trareilers* ; Argyll 
Lodaey Campden Hilly IF. ; Itwcrary 
east ley Argyleshire; Roscneathy lIcleHS- 
burghy Dumbartonshire. 
Jjrgyll, bp. of. rt. rev. George Richard 
Mackamess, D.u.^bro. of bp. Mackamess 
of Oxford: m.a. Oxon., fellow of St. Co- 
lumba's college, Ireland, 1846-47, vicar 
of Ham, Ashbourne, 1854-74, bp. of Ar- 
gyU fh)m 1874. 
BishoptowHy Lochgilphead. 
Arkwright, capt. Augustus Peter, K.N., 
8. of Peter Arkwrignt, Willersley, Mat- 
lock ; b. 1821 : educated at the royal 
naval college, m.p. (c.) north Derby- 
shire frt)m 1868. 

Carlton; Willersley, Matlock; 28 
Bury Street. St, James* Sy S. W, 
Arkwright, Francis, s. of rev. Godfrey 
Arkwright; b. 1846; m. dr. {d.\ of 
Henry Milbank: formerly in the 100 ft., 
a magistrate for Warwickshire and the 
North Riding of Yorkshire, m.p. (c.) 
cast Derbyshure from 1874. 
Junior Carlton; Colon House, Rugby, 
i^kwright, Richard, s. of John Ark- 
wright, Hampton Court, Hereford ; b. 
1836 ; m. lady Mar>', dr. of 2 earl of 
Strafford : m.a. Cantab., called to the 
bar at Lincoln's inn 1859, dep.-lieut. of 
Herefordshire, m.p. (c.) Leominster 
from 1866. 

CarltoHy Whitens; Hampton Court, 
Herej[ord; 8 Cadoaan FlacCy S. W. 
i^kwnght, lady Mary, dr. of 2 earl of 
Strafford; b. 1838; ru^ Richard Ark- 
wright. 



Arkwright, hon. :Mr8. Elizabeth, dr. of 
3 baron Eenyon; b. 1837; m. rev. George 
Arkwright (s. of John Arkwright, 
Hampton Court, Hereford), b. 1836, 
M.A. Oxon., rector from 1862, of Fen- 
combe, Bromyard, Hereford (600/.) 

Armagh, 107 arehbp. of (444), 91 bp. 
of Clogher (500), most rev. and rt. hon. 
Marcus Gervais Beresford, d.c.l., d.d., • 
p.c. (Irel.). s. of bp. Beresford of Kil- 
more (granoson of 1 earl of TjToneJ ; b. 
1801 ; m. 1. dr. of col. llcnrj- Peidey 
L'Estrange, Moystown, King's Countj^ ; 
2. dr. (rf.y of James Trail Kennedy, at- 
madale, Down, and widow of Robert 
George Bomford, Rahenstown, Meath : 
M.A. Cantab., rector of Kildallen, Kil- 
more, 1825-28, vicar of Dnmg and 
vicar-gen. of Kilmore 1828-54, archd. 
of Ardagh 1839,^, bp. of Kihnonj 
1864-62, arehbp. of Armagh, primate 
and metropolitan, from 1862. 

Athefientm; ralaee, Armagh; 42 
Prince's Gardens, South Kensington. 

Armitage, sir Elkanah; b. 1794; m. dr. 
{d.) of Henry Kirke, Chapel-le-Frith : 
raavor of Manchester in 1849, dep.-lieut. 
of Lancashire and high sheriff m 1866, 
head partner in Armitage & Co., cottou- 
spinners. 

Refonn; Hope Hall, EccleSy Matt^ 
chaster; 48 Mosley Street y Matt- 
Chester. 

Armatrong, sir Alexander, M. d. , f. B. 8. , 
LL.D.,K.c.».,s. of Alexander Annstrong, 
Crahan,Fermanagh;b. 1818: M.A.Edin- 
burgh, entered the medical department 
of the navy in 1842, present in the 
" Investigator *' at the discovery of the 
north-west passage, served in the Baltic 
during the Kussian war and was present 
at the bombardment of Sweaborg, hon. 
physician to the Prince of Wales, direc- 
tor-gen. of the naval medical department 
at Somerset house from 1869. 

Junior United Service ; 9 New Street y 
Spring Gardens ; Crohany Fermanagh. 

Armatrong, rev. sir Edmund Frederick, 
2 hart. (1841) ; b. 1836; m. dr. of William 
Windsor Fisher: educated at King's col- 
lege, London, a magistrate for King's 
countj', vicar of Skeirke, (Queen's 
count}*. 

Castle Flemingy TempUmorCy Quren^s 
Co.; Gallen Friory, Ferbancy King*s 
Co. 

Amitrong, «!n. Edward, c.b. : aenred 
with 34 Madras native in&ntry in the 



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expedition against Rangoon 1824, com- 
manded the regiment in the action 
fought at Zorapore, in which ho per- 
Bonally capturea the Nawab. Madras 
in&n^. 

Amistrong', major-^n. James Wells, 
C.B., 8. of Jamee W. Armstrong, Bengal 
ciyil service ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of D. 
Denne, Elbridge housc^ Kent : major of 
brigade of the 2 division in 1854 in the 
Crimean war, assistant adjutant-gen. at 
Alderahot 1860-65, deputy adiutant- 
gen. in Ireland 1869-71, at head-quar- 
ters fix>m 1871. 
Junkr United Service ; War Office. 

Armitrong, sir William George, k.r.s., 
D.C.L., LL.D., C.B., 8. of alderman Wil- 
liam Armstrong, Newcastle; b. 1810; m. 
dr. of William Ramshaw, Bishop Auck- 
land : high sherijff of Northumberland 
in 1873, inventor of the Armstrong gun, 
founded the Elswick factory in 1854, 
superintendent of the Armstrong gim 
government manufactory 1858-63, pre- 
sident of Ae British Association in 1863. 
AtheruBum ; Jcsmotid Bmie^ Ncw- 
eastle-on^Tyne ; 8 Great George Street, 
Westminster. 

Armytage, sir George, 5 bai-t. (1738), 
b. 1819; m. dr. of sir Joseph Radcliffe, 2 
bart.: dep.-lieut. of Yorksnire. 

Garrickj Carlton; Kirkless Hall, 
Brigkhouse, Kormanton ; 27 Cam- 
bridge Square^ Hyde Park, W. 

Aimytage, hon. Mrs. Fenella, dr. of 1 
baron Fitzhardinge ; b. 1800; m. col. 
Hemy Armytage, coldstrcam guards, 
(cousm of sir George Armytage, 5 
bart.) 

Guards' ; BroomhiU Banky Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

Armytage, hon. Mrs. Jane Sarah, dr. 
of 2 baron Bridport; b. 1817; m. 1. Hugh 
Holbech,'FamDorough,Warwick; 2. capt. 
sir Charles Hotham, k.n., k.c.m. ; 3. 
capt. William Armytage, r.n. (rf.), 
capt. superintendent of Pembroke dock- 
>-ard 1871-72. 

Arney, sir George Alfred, s. of William 
Amey,The Close, Salisbury; b. 1806; m. 
dr. (rf.) of capt. Thomas Parr, k.n. : 
x.A. Oxon., called to the bar at Lin- 
coln's inn 1^34, chief-justice of New 
Zealand (1700n from 1858. 
Auckland, New Zealand, 

Arnold, hon. mrs. Henrietta, dr. of 
bonm DnfSsrin; b. 1816; m. 1. hon. and 



rev. Thomas Clotworthy Skefltogton- 
Foster; 2. Edwin Arnold. 
Yietcsley, Middlesex. 

Arnold, ladv Charlotte Georgina, dr. of 
3 marq. Cholmondeley; b. 1838; m. rev. 
Edwanl Gladwin Arnold (s. of capt. 
William Fitch Arnold, of Little Missen- 
den Abbey, TBucks), b. 1823, m.a. 
Oxon., rector of Barrow 1862-72, of 
Great Massing hatn, Rougham, Norfolk 
(900/.) from 1872. 

Aniott, Francis Short, m.d., c.b.: for- 
merly inspector-gen. of hospitals in the 
Bomoay army. 

Amott, sir John, s. of John Amott, 
Auchtermuchty ; b. 1817; m. 1. dr. of 
John James McKinlay, w.s., Stirling ; 
2. Emilv, dr. of rev. Edward Loftus 
Fitzgerald, rector of Ardagh, Cork : 
mayor of Cork 1859-60, m.p. Kinsale 
185*9-63, dep.-lieut. of Cork, commodore 
of the royal yacht club in Ireland. 

Reform; Fir Hill, Monkstown, 
Cork. 

Axuould, sir Joseph, s. of Joseph 
Amould, M.D., White Cross, Walling- 
ford ; b. 1815; m. 1. di-. of H. G. Ridge- 
way, 2. dr. of major John W. Carnegie, 
C.B.: M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at 
the Middle Temple 1841, puisne judge 
at Bombay 185y, judge of the high 
court of judicature 1862-69. 

Garriek; Naples; fPhitecross, Wal- 
liugford, Berke. 

Arran, 4 earl of (1762). Philip Yorko 
GorCj K.p. ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. of gen. sir 
William Francis Patrick Napier, k.c.b.; 
2nd tit. vise. Sudley : secretaiy of legation 
at Lisbon 1828-34, a magistrate for Wex- 
ford, Donegal and Mayo, dep.-lieut. of 
Mayo. 

The Pavilion, Hans Place. Sloan e 
Street, S. W.; Saunders Court, Wexford; 
Gore Castle, Mayo. 

Arrow, capt. sir Frederick, f.b.o.8., s. 
of capt. William Arrow, Indian navy; b. 
1818 ; m. Harriet, dr. of Robert btile- 
man, The Friars, Winchelsea: enterod 
the mercantile maiine in 1834, dep.- 
lieut. of Essex and of the Tower Ham- 
lets, an elder brother of the Trinity 
house from 1859, dep.-master hoia. 
1865. 

Trinity House, Tower Hill, E.C. ; 
Pilgrim's Hall, South Weald, Brent- 
wood. 

Arthur, col. sir Frederick Leopold, 2 
bart. (1841) ; b. 1816; m. lady Eluabeth 

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dr. of 10 earl of Kinnoull : ex-capt. 14 
It., military secretary to his father when 
governor of Bombay 1842-46. 

Carlton, United Service ; 24 Queen* s 
Gate, South Kensington, S, W. 
Arthur, mt^or-gen. George M. : formerly 

in the Madras army. 
Arthur, John Findley, m.d., c.s.i.: 
formerly surgeon-major in the Madras 
army. 
Arthur, hon. mrs. Aileen, dr. of 2 baron 
Monteagle ; b. 1844 ; m. John Ra3mor 
Arthur (s. of major-gon. rt. hon. sir 
George Arthur, 1 bart.), b. 1830, entered 
^ the Bombay civil service in 1861, 
senior collector and magistrate at 
Sattara. 
Arthur, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 10 earl 
of Kinnoull ; b. 1834 ; ride ool. sir Fre- 
derick Leopold Arthur, 2 bart. 
AnmdeU ft Surrey, earl of (eld. s. of 

duke of Norfolk). 
Arundell of Wardour, 12 baron (1605). 
John Francis Arundell ; b. 1837 ; m. dr. 
of John Errington, High Warden, Nor- 
thumberland : a count of the Holy Ro- 
man Empire, dep.-lieut. of Wilts, a ma- 
gistrate ror Middlesex, lieut. royal Wilts 
yeomanry from 1865. 

Stafford, AtheniBum ; Wardour Castle, 
Salisoury. 
Arundell, hon. Edward Ignatius, s. of 
11 baron Arundell; b. 1842: ex-lieut. 12 
lancers, lieut. royal Wilts yeomanry 
from 1872. 

Cox's Hotel, Jenm/n Street, S. W. 
ArundeU, hon. and rev. Everard Aloy- 
sius, s. of 11 baron Arundell; b. 1834: 
B.A. London, in holy orders in the 
chiu-ch of Rome, lieir pros, to his 
brother. 
Arundell, hon. Robert, s. of 9 baron 
Arundell ; b. 1815 ; m. 1. dr. of rev. 
John Jones ; 2. dr. of Henry Parkin, 
R.N., inspector-gen. of hospitals: ex- 
lieut. 2 life guards, capt. Hants yeo- 
manry from 1862. 

Carlton, Junior United Service; Can- 
dover House, Alresford. 
ArundeU, hon. Mrs. Henry, dr. of 
Joseph Esdaile ; m. hon. Henry Arun- 
deU (^. 

7 Oilston Road, West Brompton, 
S. W. ; Belmont Castle, Oreys, Essex. 
Arundell, hon. Cecily Mary, b. 1845: a 
nun ; hon. Gertrude Maryj b. 1848, drt. 
of 11 baron Arundell. 



Arundell, dow. -baroness. Teresa, dr. ot 
17 baron Stourton; b. 1812; m. 11 
baron Arundell. 
58 Montagu Square, W. 
Ashbrook, 6 vise. (1751). Hen^ Jeffrey 
Flower; b. 1829; m. dr. of J. F. Abing- 
ton, Esher, Surrey : ex-capt. 62 ft., high 
sheriff of Queen's county m 1856. 
Carlton ; Castle Burrow, Kilkenny, 
Ashbrook, dow. -yiscountess, Emily, sis. 
of 1 baron Metcalfe (extinct) ; b. 1790; 
m. 4 vise. Ashbrook. 
26 Queen's Gate Terrace, S. W. 
Ashbrook, dow. -viscountess. Frances, 
dr. of rev. sir John Robinson, i bart.; m. 
6 vise. Ashbrook. 
Ashbumer, Lionel Robert, c.s.i. : en- 
tered the Bombay civil service in 1848, 
revenue and pohce commissioner of the 
northern division. 
Ashbumham, 4 earl of (1730). Bertram 
Ashbumham ; b. 1797 ; m. sis. of 10 earl 
of Haddington; 2nd. tit. rise. St. 
Asaph. 

Carlton ; Ashbumham Place. Battle, 
Sussex ; Barking Hall, Ipswtch ; 30 
Bover Street, Piccadilly. 
Ashbumham, sir Anchitel, 8 bart. 
(1661) ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. of capt. George 
Bohun Martin, r.n., c.b.. East Bridg- 
ford, Notts : a magistrate for Sussex. 
Bromham Park, Hastings. • 
Ashbumham, hon. George, s. of 4 carl 

of Asbumham; b. 1863. 
Ashbumham, hon. John, s. of 4 earl of 
Ashbumham; b. 1845 : attache at Lisbon 
1867, at Madrid from 1869. 
Ashbumham, hon. Percy, s. of 3 earl 
of Ashbumham ; b. 1799 ; m. dr. (d.) of 
col. By, R.B. 

Shemfold Park, Tunbridge Wells; 

20 Bnaon Street, Berkeley Square, JT. 

Ashbumham, hon. Richard, s. of 4 earl 

of Ashbumham; b. 1848: b.a. Cantab. 
Ashbumham, hon. Thomas, s. of 4 earl 

of Ashbumham; b. 1855. 
Ashbumham, hon. WilHam, s. of 4 earl 

of Ashbumham ; b. 1847. 
Ashbumham, lady Elizabeth, b. 1786 ; 
lady Theodosia Julia, b. 1802, drs. of 2 
earl of Ashbumham. 
20 Cadogan Place, S. W. 
Ashbumham, lady Margaret, b. 1851 ; 
lady Mary, b. 1859, drs. of 4 earl of 
Ashbiumham. 
Ashbumham, dow. -lady. Anne, dr. of 
J. Hannan; m., as his second wife, rer. 



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sir John Ashburnham, 7 bait., chan- 
cellor of Chichester cathedral. 
98 Ebury Street, S. W. 

Afhbnrton, 4 baron (1835). Alexander 
Hofh Baring; b. 1835; m. dr. of 9 baron 
Di^y: m.a. Oxon., m.p. (c.) Thetford 
18o7-67, a magistrate and dep.-lieut. of 
Norfolk. 

CarltoHy Whites; The Grange, AU 
rwford, Hants; Buckenham Park, 
Thetford; 82 Piccadilly. 

Aihirarton, dew. -baroness. Claire Hor- 
tense, dr. of due de Baasano; m. 3 baron 
Ashburton. 

Aihlrartoii, do w. -baroness. Lonisa, dr. 
of rt. hon. James Stewart-Mackemde 
(grandson of 6 earl of Galloway), by dr. 
oif last baron Seaforth ; b. 1827 ; m. 2 
boron Ashburton, p.c, pa}'master-^. 
1845-46: a member of the aoyvd Institu- 
tion. 

Melehet Park, Ramsey, Hants ; Ad' 
discombe Farm, Croydon. 

Ashbuy, James Lloyd, s. of John Ash- 
bury ; b. 1834 : chamnan of the railway 
carriage and iron company, Manchester, 
director of the Smyrna and Cassaba 
railway, etc., commander of the orders 
of Isabella H. and of Charles III., m.p. 
(c.) Brighton from 1874. 

Carlton ; 6 Eastern Terrace, Brigh- 
ton ; 06 Grosvenor Street, Ctrosvenor 
Square, W. 

ABhbj, James William Murray, o.B. ; m. 
Catherine, dr. of Frederick Richard 
Magenis, Grosvenor Place : • pa>'master 
royal navy, secretary to the com.-in- 
chief at Portsmouth from 1869. 

Aihley, baron (eld. s. of earl of Shaftes- 
bury). Anthony Ashley; b. 1831; m. lady 
Hanietj dr. of 3 marq. of Donegal: 
served m Ae royal navy in the Baltic 
during the Crimean war, dep.-lieut. of 
Dorset, m.p. Hull 1857-59, Cricklade 
1869-65. 

Army ^ Xavy ; Mainsail Hall, 
Oranboume, Salisbury; 33 Chester 
Smtare, S. W. 
AiUey, hon. Anthony Cecil, s. of 7 
earl of Shaftesbury; b. 1849 : dep.-heut. 
of Dorset. 
Aihley, hon. Anthony Evelyn, s. of 7 
earl of Shaftesbury ; b. 1836; m. SybeUa, 
dr.. of sir Walter Farquhar, 2 bart. : 
M.A. Cantab., secretary to visq. Pal- 
ittCTBton 1858-59, commander of the 
order of the Dannebrog, called to the 



bar at Lincohi*8-inn 1863, treasurer of 
the county courts from 1863, m.p. (l.) 
Poole from 1874. 

2 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. ; 61 
Cadogan Place. 
Ashley, hon. Anthony Lionel George, 
8. of 7 earl of Shaftesburjr ; b. 1838 ; m. 
dr. of Capel Hanbury Leigh, Pontj-pool 
park, Monmouth: m.a. Cantab., became 
a partner in Pinto Perez, Ashley & Co. 
in 1862. 

23 Portman Square, 

Ajhley, hon. Anthony William, s. of 6 
earl of Shaftesbury ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of 
col. Hugh Duncan Baillie, of Tarradale : 
attach^ at Vienna 1830-34, vice-oham- 
berlain and treasiu^r of the household 
of oueen Adelaide 1834-49, master of 
St. Katherine's hospital, Eegent's-park, 
from 1839. 

Stable Yard, St. James's Palace, 
S.W, 

Ashley, hon. mrs. Henry, dr. of Robert 
Pattison, Wrackleford, Dorset ; m. hon. 
Henry Ashley {d.) 
12 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 

Ashley, hon. mrs. John. dr. of Henry 
John Conyers, Copthall, Essex; m. hon. 
John Ashley, Q.c. {d.) 
17 Upper Brook Street, W. 

Ashley, hon. Margaret, b. 1858 ; hon. 
Evelyn, b. 1865; hon. Mildred, b. 
1867 ; hon. Susan, b. 1869.-, drs. of lord 
Ashley. 

Ashley, lady Edith Florence, dr. of 7 
earl of Shaftesbury ; b. 1847. 

Ashley, lady Harriet, dr. of 8 marq. of 
Donegal ; b. 1836 ; vide baron Ashley. 

Ashmore, lieat.-gen. Charles : col 30 
ft. from 1867. 

10 Granville Place, Portman Square, 
W,; Cloverhill, Antrim. 

Ashtown, 2 baron (1800). Frederick 
Mason Trench; b. 1804 ; m. 1. dr. of 
Thomas B. Cosby, Stradbally-hill, 
Queen's co. ; 2. dr. and coheir of 
Richard OUver Gascoigne, Parlington- 
park, Yorkshire: a magistrate and dep.- 
Ueut. of Galway, of wiiich he has been 
high sheriff. 

Carlton; Woodlaum, Galway; Lo^ 
therton Hall, Sherbum, Yorkshire. 

Ajkew, hon. mrs. Sarah, dr. of 1 baron 
Maijoribanks ; b. 1835 ; m. Watson As- 
kew (nephew of lieut.-gen. sir Henry 
Askew, K.c.B.) b. 1834, dep.-lieut. of 

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Northumberland, and high sheriff in 
1803. 

Pallinsbum Home^ Coldstream ; 
Castle Hills, Bericick'0H'7\cecd. 

Askwith, major. -gen. William Har- 
rison, 11. A., b. 1810: eraplo\'ed imder the 
foreign office during the CarlUt wars in 
Spain, commander of the order of Isa- 
bella, knight of the order of Charles III., 
and of San Fernando, 
119 St. George' 8 Square, S. W, 

AsBheton, Ralph, s. of W. Assheton, 
Downhom Hall, by dr. of hon. William 
Cockajne, and niece of 6 and last vise. 
Cullen ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. of Joseph 
Feilden, of Witton, m.p. : m.a. Cantiib., 
a magistrate for Lancashire and for the 
West Riding of Yorkshire, cx-caut. 1 
Limcashire militia, m.p. (c.) Clitheroe 
from 18(>8. 

Carlton. University : Doicnham 
JIall, Clxtheroe; 11 Qiteen's Gate 
Placfy South Kensington, S. W. 

Astley, col. sir John Dugdale, 8 bart. 
(1821) b. 18*; m. dr. of Thomas 
George Corbett, Elsham, Lincoln, M.r. : 
ex-Ueut.-col. Scots fusilier guards, served 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, a 
magistrate for Lincolnshire, m.p. (c.) 
north lincolnshire from 1874. 

Guards* ; ErerUigh Home. Marl' 
borottgh, frilts; Elsham Halt, Brigg, 
Lincolnshire, 

Astley, hon. George Manners, s. of 9 
baron Hastings ; b. 1857. 

Astley, hon. Henry Jacob, s. of 9 baron 
Hastings; b. 1873. 

Astley, hon. Agneta Frances, dr. of 9 
baron Hastings ; b. 1864. 

Athabasca, 1 bp. of (1874). rt rev. 
William Carpenter Bompas, d.d. ; m. dr. 
of Joseph Cox, M.D. : missionary in Atha- 
basca 1864-74, bp. from 1874. 

Church Missionary House, Salisbury 
Square, E.C. 

Atherley, lieut.-gen. Mark Kerr : col. 
109 ft. from 1873. 

Atherley, lady Isabel Julia, dr. of 17 
earl of Suffolk ; b. 1831 ; m. major Francis 
Henry Atherley, ex rifle brigade. 

Travellers* ; Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 

Athlone, dow. -countess of. Wendela 
Eleanor, dr. of mons. Borcel; m. 10 earl 
of Athlone (extinct). 

Athlnmney, 2 baron (1863). James Her- 
bert Gustavus Meredyth Somerville; b. 
1866; sits as baron Merodj-th (1866). 
SotnervHU House, Navan, Mcath. 



Athlnmney, dow. -baroness. Mary Geor- 
^ina, dr. of Herbert George Jones, ser- 
jeant-at-law; m. 1 baron Athlumney, 
p.c, chief secretary for Ireland. 
Somerville House, Xavan, Meath* 

Athole, 7 duke of (1703). John James 
Hugh Henry Stewart Murray, k.t.; b. 
1840; m. dr. of sir Thomas Moncrieffe, 
bart.; sits as earl Strange (1786); 2nd 
tit. marq. of TuUibardine : hereditary 
sheriff of Perthshire, ex-capt. Soots 
fusilier guards. 

Guards', Carlton; Blair Athole 
Hottse, Dunkeld, Perthshire; 84 Eatcft 
Place, S, W. 

Athole, dow. -duchess of. Anne, dr. of 
Henry Hrummond, of Blair Drummond, 
Perth ; m. 6 duke of Athole : mistress of 
the rob^ to the Queen in j 862, a lady of 
the bedchamber (500/.) from 1854. 

Dunkeld, Perthshire; St. George's 
Hotel, Albemarle Street, IF. 

Atkinson, major-gen. Edward H. : for- 
merly in the Madras army. 

East India United Service; Walmer, 
Kent. 

Atkinfon, hon. mrs. Charlotte, dr. of 
6 vise. Chetwynd ; b. 1831 ; m. rev. James 
Augustus Atkinson, m.a. Oxon., rector, 
from 1861, of Lonsight, Manchester 

(mi.). 

AtJdnion,lady. Louisa Jane, dr. of capt. 
William Gyll, 2 life guards, and sis. of 
sir Robert Gyll; m. 1. sir Jasper Atkin- 
son, provost of the company of moneyers ; 
2. Percy Honey-Atkinson, late of the 
Exchequer office, Lincoln's inn. 
15 Grove Street, Leamington. 

Atlay, bp. ; vide Hereford. 

Atlay, mjyor-gen. Edward, B.A., c.B. : 
ser^'ed in the Sutlej campaign 1845-46, 
in the Punjab campaign 1848-49, retired 
on full pay of col. royal Bengal ar- 
tillery. 

Auckland, 4 baron (1793). William 
George Eden, s. of 3 baron, bp. of Bath ; 
b. 1829 ; m. 1. dr. of John Walbanke 
Childers ; 2. dr. {d.) of 10 earl of Win- 
chelsea ; charge d'afiaires at Carlsruhe 
1859-61. 

Travellers^' 13 Queen's Square^ 
Westminster, S. W. ; Edenthorpe, Don- 
caster. 

Auckland, Ibp. of (1869). rt.rev. Wil- 
liam Garden Cowie. d.d., s. of Alexan- 
der Cowie, Auchterless, Aberdeenshire;, 
b. 1831; m. dr. of W. Webber, Fidget 
Hall, Suffolk, and graud-dr. of sir 



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Thomaa Preston, bart.: m.a. Cantab., 
curate of Moulton, Suffolk, 1855-67, 
chaplain to lord Clyde's army at the 
capture of Lucknow 1857, domestic 
chaplain to bp. Cotton at Calcutta in 
1864, chaplain at Cashmere 1865-67, 
* rector of Stafford 1867-69, bp. of Auck- 
land firom 1869. 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

Andlej, dow. -baroness. Margaret, sis. of 
rev. Thomas Dawson Hudson, Frogmore 
Hall, Herts ; m. 1 . James William Smith : 
2. as his second wife, 20 baron Audley 
(extinct). 
15 Gloucester Sq.y Hyde Pqrk Sq., W, 

Aniten, John, k.h. 

Austin, bp. ; vide British Guiana. 

Austin, Alfred, c.b. : formerly secretary 
to the commissioners of public worl^ 
and buildings. 
Hailes, Slatefordy near Edinburgh. 

Ayeland, 2 baron (1856). Gilbert Henry 
Heathcote (Drummond Willoughby) ; b. 
1830 ; m. dr. of 10 marq. of Huntly : m.a. 
Cantab., deputy lord great chamberlain 
of England, m.p. Boston 1852-56, Rut- 
landshire 1856-67. I 
Whites ; Nonnant(m Parl\ Oakham^ ' 



Awdry, sir John Wither, d.c.l., s. of 
John Awdrj', Notton House; b. 1795; m. 
1. cousin, (Ir. of i-ev. Jeremiah Awdiy. 
Felsted, Essex ; 2. Frances Ellen, dr. of 
rt. rev. bp, Carr, of Bombay : m.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the middle temple 
1822, puisne judge at Bombay 1830, 
chief justice of the supreme court in 
Bombay 1839-41, dep.-Iieut. of Wilts, 
chairman of Wilts quarter sess. 1848-66. 
University; Notion Moute^ ChippeU' 
ham. 

Ay my sir Henry, k.c.m.o. : chief secre- 
tarj' of South Australia 1863-65, 1867-68. 
Adelaide^ South Australia. 

Ayles, major-gon. John CJeorge Augus- 
tus, H.M. : present at the battle of Nava- 
riuo 1827, commanded royal marines at 
the capture of Aden 1839, retired on full 
pay as col. commandant. 

Aylesford, 7 earl of (1714). Heneage 
Finch; b. 1849; m. dr. of col. Peers 
Williams, Crag-y-don, Bangor; 2nd tit. 
baron Guernsey: dep.-lieut. of Warwick- 
shire, capt. Wan^dckshire yeomanry from 
1869. 

Carlton; Fackington Hall, Coventry; 
Aylesfordy Maidstone; Long's Hotel, 
New Bond Street, TF. 



Rutlandshire; Buldy House, Bourne; Aylmer, 7 baron (1718). Udolphus Ayl- 



12 Belgrade Square, S. IF. 

Ayeland, dow. -baroness. Clementina, 
dr. of 19 baron Willoughby d'Eresbv; 
b. 1809; m. 1. baron Avelan^: 
baroness Willoughby d'Eresby in her 
own right. 

Grimsthorpe, Bourne, Lincolnshire ; 
Brummond Castle, Crieff; 4 Belgrave 
Square, S.JT. 

Avonmore, 4 vise. (1800). William 
Charles Telverton; b. 1821; m. 1. in 
1857, Teresa, dr. of J. Longworth, 
Smedley, Lancashire (the legdity of 
which was decided against bv the house 
of lords in 1864); 2. in 1858, dr. of 
maior-gen. sir Charles Ash worth, k.c.b., 
and widow of professor Edward Forbes, 
P.R.8., D.C.L., of the university of 
Edinburgh: served in the Cnmea, 
taught df the Medjidie, ex-major royal 
artillery. 

BeUelslCyBoserea, Tipperary ; Hazle 
iocfc, Mayo. 

Avosmore, dow. -viscountess. Cecilia, 
*•. of Charles 0*Keefe, Hollybrook Park, 
Dublin; m. 3 vise. Avonmore. 



mer; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of Edward Joiu-- 
neaux, Melbourne, Quebec: lieut.-col. 
54 " Richmond " battiiUon of Canadian 
infantry militia from 1866. 
Mtiboume, Quebec, Canada. 

Aylmer, sir Gerald George, 9 bart. 
(1621) b. 1798; m. dr. of col. Hodgson, 
H.E.I. c.s. : ex-lieut. 1 dragoon guards, 
dep.-lieut. of Kildare. 
jDonadea Castle, Kilcock, Kildare. 

Aylmer, major-gen. Henry, n.A., s. of 
admiral John Aylmer, Quebec, by sis. 
of gen. sir Thomas Pearson, k.c.b., and 
half-br. of 7 baron Avlmer; b. 1811; m. 
Charlotte, dr. of Jo"hn Gwatkin, Pare 
Behan, Cornwall: retired on full pay of 
col. 

Aylmer, hon. Frederick Whitworth, s. 
of 7 baron Aylmer; b. 1850: ensign in 
the "Richmond" com|)anv of 54 bat- 
talion of Canadian militia from 1871. 

Aylmer, hon. Henry, bro. of 7 baron 
Aylmer; b. 1816; m. dr. of Henn* 
Atkins, Cork. 

Aylmer, hon. Henry, s. of 7 baron 
Aylmer; b. 1843; m. dr. of Henry As] 



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wall Howe^ ll.d., Sise Carroll, Mon- 
treal: ex-lieut. royal marine artillery, 
©apt, "Richmond company of 64 bat- 
talion of Canadian militia from 1869. 
Sherbrooke^ Camtda. 

Aylmer, hon. Matthew, eld. s. of 7 
baron Aylmer; b. 1842: ex-lieut. 7 ft. 

Aylmer, hon. Mrs. Isabella, dr. of 7 
baron Aylmer; b. 1846; m. cousin Henry 
Lowell Aylmer (s. of major-gen. Henry 
Aylmer, B.A.), b. 1848. 



Ayrton, rt. hon. Acton Smee, p.c, s. 
of Frederick Ayrton, Bombay; b. 1816: 
called to the \ia at the miadle temple 
1853, M.p. (L.) Tower Hamlets 1857-<4, 
financial secretary* to the treasury 
1868-69, commissioner of works and 
buildings 1869-73, judge adronate-geiu 
1873-74. 
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B. 



Jabington, lieat/.-gen. David : served 
with the Goomsoor field force in 1837. 
Madras in&ntry. 
BaMngtoxi, major-gen. William Knox : 
serv^ with the GoonLBoor field force in , 
1837, and in the Indian mutiny cam- 
paign. Madras infantry. 
.Baek, admiral sir George, F.K.8., d.c.l., 

^ 8. of Back, Stockport; b. 1796; m. 

dr. (d.) of Anthony Hammond, Savile 
Bowy London: accompanied sir John 
Franklin on two difierent vo}'age8 of 
discovery in the Arctic regions in 1833 
and 1836, commanded in 1860 the '* Ter- 
ror'* on a voyage to the Frozen straits. 

United Service; 109 Gloucester Fiace, 
Fortman Square, W. 
^aekhouie, Edmond, s. of J. Church 
Backhouse, Blackwall, Darlington; b. 
1824; m. Juliet, dr. of Charles Fox, 
Trebah, Falmouth: a magistrate for 
Duiham and for the jiorth riding of 
Yorkshire, a banker at Darlington, m.p. 
(l.) Darlington from 1868. 

Brooks'j Reform; Middleton Lodge) 
Riehmona, Yorkshire, 
Sacon, vice-chancellor sir James, s. of 
James Bacon, barrister; b. 1798; m. dr. 
(rf.) of William Cook, Enfield, Middle- 
sex : called to the bar at Gray's inn 1827, 
queen's counsel 1846, commissioner in 
bankruptcy for the London district 1860- 
69, chief judge in bankruptcy from 1869, 
a vice-cmmcellor, retaining nis previous 
office (5000/.) from 1870. 

1 Kensington Gardens Terrace, Hyde 
Fork, W.; Mattor Bouse, Cotnpton 
Beauchamp, Berks. 
Bftoon, sir Hickman Bennet, 11 bart. 
(1611 and 1622), b. 1855; premier bart. 
of England. 

Tkonoek Hall, Gainsborough^ Lin' 
toUithire; Maveniftgham Hall, Loddon, 
Norfolk. 
JlNteon, Udy Charlotte, dr. of 5 earl of 
Oxford (extinct); b. 1801; m. general 
Anthony Bacon, k.t.s. (d.), commanding 
the cavalry in the Portuguese service : 
it was to her that B\Ton dedicated his 
"Childe Harold." 



Baddiley, major-gen. Frederick Heniy, 
U.B., b. 1796: retired on full pay as coL 

Baggallay, sir Richard, Q.C., s. of 
Kichard Bap^allav, Kingthorpe Houae, 
Upper Tooting, Surrey; b. 1816; m. 
Marianne, dr. of Henry C. Lacy, With- 
deane Hall, Sussex, m.p. : m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar at Lincoln's inn 1843, 
queen's counsel 1861 , solicitor-general in 
1868, attomey-genend from 1874, a ma- 
gistrate for Surrey and for Herefordshire, 
counsel to the university of Cambridge 
from 1869, M.p. (c.) Hereford 1865-68, 
mid Surrey from 1870. 

Carlton; 66 Queen* s Gate, South 
Kensington, S.W. ; 10 Old Square^ 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Bagge, sir William, 1 bart. (1867), s. of 
Thomas Philip Bagge, Stradsett HaU, 
Norfolk; b. 1810; m. Frances, dr. of air 
Thomas Preston, 1 bart. : m.a. Oxon., a 
magistrate and dep.-lieut. of Norfolk, m.p. 
(c. Jwest Norfolk 1837-57,and from 1866. 
CarUon; Stradsett Hall, Market 
Downham. 

Bagot, 8 baron (1860). William Ba^t; 
b. 181 1 ; m. dr. of baron Dover, and sis. of 
vise. Clifden: m.p. (c.) Denbyshire 1835- 
62, a lord in waiting to the queen 1866-^, 
andfrom 1874,dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire, 
lieut.-col. Staffordshire yeomanry 1861- 
64, lieut.-col. commandant from 1864. 
Carlton; Blithfield House, Rugeley ; 
I Tool Park, Rttthm, Denbighshire. 

B«got, hon. Alfred Walter, s. of 2 baron 
Bagot; h. 1816: ex-capt. 3 Staffordshire 
miUtia. 
I BlUhfUld Hall, Rugeley. 

Bagot, hon. and rev. Henry Charles, 8. 
of 2 baron Bagot; b. 1812; m. dr. of 
Thomas Dicken, Barton -imder- Need- 
wood: ex-fellow of All Souls, Oxford, 
rector of Blithjield, Rugeley (430/.). 

Bagot, hon. Walter Lewis, s. of baron 
Bagot ;b. 1864. 

Bagot, hon. William, eld. s. of 3 baron 
Bagot ;b. 1857. 

Bagot, hon. £leauor, dr. of 2 baron 
Bagot; b. 1814. 



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Bagot, hon. Louisa, b. 1858 ; hon. Ka- 
therine, b. 1859; hon. Elizabeth, b. 1861 ; 
hon. Constance, b. 1865, drs. of 3 baron 
Bagot. 

Baffot, hon. mrs. Catherine, sis. of 6 
vise. Falmouth; b. 1817; m. rev. Le\N'i8 
Francis Bagot (s. of hon. and rt. rev. 
bp. Bagot of Bath), formerly rector of 
Leigh, Staffordshire. 

50 Treaunter Boad, South Kensing- 
ton, S,W. 

Bagot, vice-adm. Henry, «. of bp. Ba- 
got of Bath ; b. 1810 ; m. 1. dr. of rt. hon. 
sir Charles Bagot ; 2. dr. of E. Sacheve- 
rell-Pole, of Radboume, Derby : present at 
the battle of Navarino, acted as secretar}- 
to his uncle, sir Charlee Bagot, o.c.b., 
governor-gen. of Canada in .1843, a ma- 
gistrate for Staffordshire. 
£rocton Villa, Baswich, Stafford. 

Bagwell, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dr. of 3 
baron Dunalley ; b. 1814 ; m. John Bag- 
well (nephew of rt. hon. col. Bagwell, 
M.P.), dep.-lieut. Tipperary and high 
ahenff in 1834, a lord of the treasur}' 
1869-61, M.p. (L.) Clonmel 18o7r74. 

Beform; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 
Marlfield, Clonmel, Tipperary; 10 
FarkPlaee, St. Jama's, S. IF, 

Baigree, coL Kobert, c.b. : honorary 
aide-de-camp to governor-general of 
India, sen'cd in the Punjab, in the 
Crimea and in Central India, assistant- 
quartermaster-general in the Abyssinian 
campaign 1867. Bombay stafl' corps. 

Bailey, sir Joseph Russell, 2bart. (1852) ; 
b. 1840; m. Jr. of Henrj' Lucas, m.d., 
Glenvrafon, Brecon: dep.-lieut. Brecon 
and Radnorshire, high sheriff of Radnor- 
shire in 1864, M.P. (c.) Herefordshire 
from 1865. 

Carlton; GlanutkPark, Criekh^tcell; 
Boston Court, Tcnbury; Hay Castle, 
Hereford. 

Bailej, James, c.b. : ex-assistant-com- 
missary-general, served in the Kaffir 
war 1861-53, in the Crimea, in north 
China and in New Zealand. 

Bailey, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of J. Hop- 
per, Witton Castle, Durham; m. sir 
Jofleph Bdley, 1 bart. 

26 Belffrave Square ; Glamoye Park, 
Builth, 

Baillie, rt. hon. Henry James, b. 1804 ; 
m. 1. dr. of 6 vise. Strangford ; 2. dr. of 
O. Rush, Elsenham Hall, Essex: under- 



sec, of state for India 1868-59, m.p. In- 
veme«-8hire 1840-68. 

Carltott; Bedcastle,Eilleaman, Boss^ 
Letterjinlay, Inverness; 5 Upper Bel^ 
grave Street^ Belgrave Square. 

BailUe, sir WUliam, 2 bart. (1823) ; b. 
1816; m. dr. of Stair H. Stewart, Phy»- 
gilljWigton: M.A.Oxon., dep.-lieut. Lau- 
Uthgovrohire, capt. Midlothian yeomanry 
1852-72, M.p. LmlithgoAvshire 1846-47. 
Polkomimt, Whitbttrn, Linlithgow^ 
shire. 

Baillie-Hamilton, hon. and rev. Arthur 
Charles, s. of 10 earl of Haddington ; b. 
1838 ; m. dr. of sir David Baird, 2 bart. : 
M.A. Durham, vicar firom 1865 of Bidge* 
ntount, Wobttm, Beds (220/.). 

Baillie, hon. Charles ; vtde Jerviswoode. 

Baillie-Hainilton, hon. Henry, s. of 10 
earl of Haddington; b. 1832; m. dr. of 5 
baron Polwarth : kmght of the Medjidio, 
ex-commander royal navj*. 

Lennel Home, 'Coldstreafn, Haddifig- 
tonshire, 

Baillie-Arden, hon. Henry, s. of 11 earl 
of Haddington; b. 1862. 

Baillie, hon. and rev. John, bro. of 10 
earl of Haddington; b. 1810; m. dr. of 
rev. Charles Hawkins: canon of York 
(700/.). rector from 1854 of Eldon, North- 
umberland (SGOl.). 

•Baillie-Arden, hon. Richard, s. of 11 
earl of Haddington; b. 1858. 

Baillie, maj. hon. Robert, bro. of 10 
earl of Haddington; b. 1807. 
Dryburgh Abbey, St. Bosu^elTs, 

Baillie-Hainilton, mt^j. hon. Robert, s. 
of 10 earl of Haddington ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. 
of sir John Pringle, bart. : aide-de-camp 
to general Spencer in the Crimea, ex- 
maj. 44 ft., dep.-lieut. Berwickdiirey 
M.p. (c.) Ber^-ickshire fi:x)m 1874. 

Carlton, United Service; Langton^ 
Berwick. 

Baillie, adm. hon. Thomas, bro. of 10 
earl of Haddin^on; b. 1811; at the 
battle of Navarmo, and from 1845 to 
1847 was stationed on the Columbia 
during the Oregon boundary dispute. 
Dryburgh Abbey, St. Boswelfs. 

BaiUie-Arden, lady Ruth, b. 1855 ; lady 
Grizel, b. 1861 ; lady Cicely, b. 1868, diB. 
of 11 earl of Haddington. 

Baillie, lady Grizel, sis. of 10 earl of 
Haddington; b. 1822. 

BaiUie-Hamilton, lady Frances, dr. of 
10 earl of Haddington ; b. 1829. 



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Baillie, lady Frances, Jr. of 7 earl of 
El^; b. 1831; m. Eyan P. Montagu 
Baillie (eld. s. of Evan BailUe, of Docn- 
foirr); b. 1824; dep.-lieut. forlnvemess- 
shire, secretanr of Legation at Rio de 
Janeiro 18o9-6l, at Stuttgardt 1861-71, 
charge d'affaires at Carlsnihe and Darin- 
•tadt, 1871-73. She ia lady of the bed- 
chamber to the duchess of Edinburgh 
ftom 1874. 

ftelllle, lady Greorgina, dr. of 5 duke of 
Manchester; b. 1803; m. Evan Baillie 
(a. of Peter Baillie, M.p.),b. 1798, dep.- 
lieut. for Inverness-shire. 

Carlton; DochfoWy Inverness. 

Baillie, lady Theodosia, dr. of 3 earl of 
CarvBfort; b. 1833; m. William Baillie 
(2nd8. of Evan Baillie, of Dochfour),dep.- 
aeut. Gloucestershire and High sherift of 
Bristol 1860. 
DoehfouTy Inverness, 

Baillie, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of J. De- 
ninstoim, Colgrain; m. sir Wm. Baillie, 
1 bart. of Polkommet. 

Bainbrigge, lient-gen. John Hankey, 
bro. of general sir Philip Bainbrigge, 
K.C.B.; b. 1791; m. Sophia M.), dr. of 
Bonamy Dobree : served m the Peninsula, 
and on the Walcheren expedition. 

Bainbrigge, maj. -gen. Philij) John, R.E., 
B. of general sir PmlipBainbrigge, k.c.b., 
col. 20 ft., by dr. of Peter Dobree, Beau- 
regard, Jersey; b. 1817; m. Margaret, 
dr. of maj .-gen. Paterson, ro}^ artillery : 
retired on ^dl nay as Ueut.-col. 

Vanbrugh Park Roady Blackheathy 
8.E. 

Baird, m^j. sir David, 8 bart (1809) ; b. 
1832; m. hon. Ellen, dr. of 12 baron 
Blantvre: sened in 74 ft. in the Kaffir 
war 1851-62, in the Indian mutiny on lonl 
Clyde's staff, ex-capt. 98 ft., dep.-lieut. 
Haddingtonshire, maj. London Scottish 
rifle volunteers 1860-73. 

Army and Nary ; Xetchyth House^ 
Maddinyton; 41 Berkeley Square. 

Baird, sir James Gardiner, 7 bart. (1695) ; 
b. 1813; m. dr. of John "Wauchope, of 
Edmonstone: ex-capt. 10 light dragoons, 
capt. Midlothian yeomanry 1847-63, 
Ueut.-col. Midlothian artillery volim- 
teers from 1860. 
Inch Souse, Liber tofty Edinburgh. 

Baird, lady Anne, dr. of 1 marc^. of Ailsa ; 
b. ISOO ; m. capt. sir David Baird, 2 bart. 
76 Eaton Square. 



Baird, dow.-lady. Cornelia, dr. of W. 
Moir, New Grove, m. col. sii- James 
Gardiner Baird, 6 bart. 
Haddington. 

Baker, sir Edward, 2 bart. (1802); b. 
1806: dep.-lieut. Dorset. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Ranston, 
Blattdfordy Dorset. 

Baker, sir George, 3 bart. .(1776); b. 

1816; m. 1. dr. of R, N. Sutton; 2. dr. 

of sir R. Fitzwygram, 2 bart. : M. A. Oxon. 

Carlton; 4 itydc Park Square; Lo- 

ventoTy Totness^ Devon. 

Baker, rev. sir Henry Williams, 3 bart. 

(1796) ; b. 1821 : b.a. Cantab., vicar of 

Monkhmd, Hereford (250/.), from 1851. 

Monklandy Leominster ; Dunstable 

House y Richmondy Surrey. 

Baker, sir Samuel White, F.R.G.S., s. 
of R. Baker, Thomgrove, Worcester; b. 
1821 ; ra. 1. dr. of rev. C. Martin; 2. dr. 
of Finian von Sass: hon. m.a. Cantab., 
distinguiahed as an African traveller 
and the discoverer of the iUbertN' Yanza, 
knight of the Mediidie, and of the Os- 
manlie order. Rede lecturer at Cambridge 
university for 1874. 

AthettcBum; Hedenham Hall, Nor- 
folk. 

Baker, lieu t. -gen. sir William Erskine, 
R.B.. K.C.B., s. of capt. Joseph Baker, 
royal navy; b. 1809; m. dr. oi maj. -gen. 
A. Duncan : ex-secretary to the govern- 
ment of India in the public works do- 
pai-tment, military secretary at the India 
office 1858-61, member of council of 
India from 1861, col. -commandant royal 
engineers from 1871. 

United Service ; Morden larky Mil" 
eham; India Office. 

Baker, Thomas Palmer, n.x., f.r.o.s., 
c.M. : ex-chief inspector of machinery 
\mder the admiralty, and late chief 
engineer in the dockyard at Chatham. 
Wiekham Ten'accy New Cross, S.E. 

Baker, vico-adm. James Vashon ; b. 
1798 : served on the North American, 
AVest India and Mediterranean stations, 
employed in the naval coast volunteer 
service 1853-57. 

Baker, lieut.-col. Thomas Durand, c.B. : 
served in the Crimea and in India, in 
New Zealand as dep.-assistant-adj.-gen. 
1861-66, assistant-adj. and quaiter- 
master-gen. on the Gold Coast, 1870-74 
lieut.-col. 18 ft., dep. -assistant-quarter- 
master-gen. at headquarters fi-oiii 1874. 
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Baker, lady. dr. of alderman Morrisson, 
Dublin ; m. alderman sir Richard Baker 
(e/.). sheriff of Dublin in 1833. 

11 Dawson Street. DitbHn ; Mount 
Errolly Bonnybrooky jhtblin, 

Bftldert, lieut-gen. Charles William 
Morlev, C.B., a. of C. M. Balders, Ba- 
sham Hall, Norfolk; b. 1805; m. cousin 
lady Katherine, dr. of vise. Ennismore : 
commanded 3 li^t dragoons in ^e battles 
of Moodkee and FerooKeshah, col. 17 lane. 
United Service; BathamHaily ^ot^olk. 

Balden, lady Eatherine ; ruielieut.-gen. 
Balders. 

Balfonr, of Burleigh, 6 baron (1606). 
Alexander Hugh Bruce ; b. 1849 : m.a. 
and s.c.L. Oxon., ex-lieut. Ayrshire 
militia, cai)t. Highland borderers light 
infemtry militia from 1872. 

Ketmet House y Clackmannan; Blair' 
logicy Perth, 

Balfonr, lieut.-gen. sir Geoi^, k.a., 
K.C.B., 8. of capt. George Balfour, R.N., 
Montrose; b. 1809 ; m. dr. of Joseph 
Hume, M.p. : brigade-maj. of artillery 
at Madras 1S39-42, consul at Shanghae 
1843-46, inspector-gen. of ordnance at 
Madras 1857-59, president of the finance 
commission of India 1860-62, assistant 
to comptroller-gen. of the war office 
from 1868, m.p. (l.) Kincardineshire 
from 1872. 

Oriental^ Atheneeum; 6 Cleveland 
Gardens, Tfestboume Terrace. 

Balfonr, Arthur James, s. of J. M. and 
lady Blanche Balfour; b. 1848: m.a. 
Cantab., dep.-lieut. Haddingtonshire, 
capt. east Lothian and Berwick militia, 
M.p. (c.) Hertford from 1874. 

Whittinghame. Haddington; 4 Carl' 
ton Oardensy S. W. 

Balfonr, lady Georgina, dr. of earl of 
Cawdor; b. 1820; m. John Balfour (s. of 
general Balfour), b. 1811, ex-lieut, 
penadier guards, dep-lieut. of Fife, 
hon. col. Fife artiller}' militia frx>m 1855. 
BalbimiCy Fife; 46, Bclgrave Square, 

Balinhard, baron ; vide Southesk. 

BaU, i-t. hon. John Thomas, ll.d. (Dub. ), 
D.c.L. (Oxon.J, p.c. (Irel.), s. of maj. 
Benjamm Ball, 40 ft. ; b. 1815; m. dr. of 
rev. Charles Elrington, professor of di- 
vinity in Dublin umrersitj': M.A.Dublin, 
callctl to the Irish bar 1840, queen's 
counsel 1854, solicitor-gen. 1868, at- 
tomey-gen. in 1868, and from 1874, 



vicar-gen. of Armagh, m.p. (c.) Dublia 
university from 1868. 

Carlton ; 3 Merrion SquarCy Dublin; 
Kildare Street CUih, Dublin; Merto^^ 
St, Doulough'sy Dublin, 

BaU, general Thomas Gerrard : 8en«d 
in the Peninsula, col. 8 ft. from 1861. 
Stanley Flace, Chester, 

BaU, hon. nirs. Juliana, dr. of 1 viic ■ 
Guillamore; m. maj. William Hawkins 
Ball {d, ), dep.-lieut. of Clare, and hjgh 
sheriff in 1850. 

Fort Fergusy Ennisy Clare, 

BaU, dow.-lady. Louisa, dr. of capt, 
Yeats, royal navj' ; m. sir Wm. Kekh, 
Ball, 2 bart. 
Bloficldy Norfolk, 

Ballard, col. John Archibald, r.e., c.a, 
b. 1830 ; m. dr. of Robert Moneriefl; 
Fossa way, Perth : assistant-quarterma^ 
ter-gen. 'in the Persian campaign 1856- 
57, and of the Rajpootana field foroe 
during the Indian mutiny, mint master 
at Bombay 1869-74. 

Balmain, maj. -gen. James John, R.A.: 
ser^'ed in the Coorg campaign 1834^ 
commanded the artiUery at the capture 
of Nunchair, Hyderabad, at Rai MUan 
1850, and at the siege of Daroor 1851, 
retired on full pay of col. royal Madras 
artillerj'. 

Baliton, archdeacon Edward, s. of "W. 
Balston, Springfield, Kent : d.d. Cantab., 
fellow of Eton college, archdeacon or 
Derby from 1873, vicar, from 1869, of 
Bakewelly Derbyshire, 

Bamfyide, hon. Charles Warwick, s. of 
2 baron Poltimore ; b. 1867. 

Bamfjrlde, hon. Copleston Richard, eld. 
8. of 2 baron Poltuuore; b. 1859. 

Bamfylde, hon. Marcia, d. of 2 baron 
Poltimore; b. 1861. 

Bandini, hon. Charles, eld. & of vise 
Kj-nnaird; b. 1862. 

Bandini, hon. Elena, b. 1855; hon. 
Nicoletta, b. 1863; hon. Maria, b. 
1866; hon. Isabella, b. 1867; hon. 
Maria Teresa, b. 1869, drs. of vise. 
Eynnaird. 

§tBandon, 8 earl of (1800). Fi-ancis Ber- 
nard, D.c.L. ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. (rf.), of T. 
Whitmore, Apley Park, Salop ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Bernard: dep.-lieut. Cork, 
M.p. Bandon 1842-56, hon. col. Cork 
artiller}- city militia from 1846. 

Carlton; Castle Bemardy BandoHj 
Durras Castlcy Bantry, Cork, 



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r,dow.-Yiscoimtes8. Harriet, d. of 
6 viic. Farnham ; b. 1805 ; m. 1. the 3 
Tise. Bangor ; 2. major Andrew Nugent 
(«. of Andrew Nugent, of Portaferrj-J, 
ex 36 it., dep.-lieut. of Down, and high 
■heriffinl867. 

UHited Service; SackcUle Street Club, 
Dublin ; Strmngfordy Loxcn, 

ifBuigor. 4 viae. (1781). Edward Ward ; 
bom 1827 ; dcp.-lieut. Down. 

CarUon; Cattle Ward, Strangford, 
Ihum. 

3uigor, 70 bp. of (516). James Colqu- 
bDun Campwll, o.d., b. of John Camp- 
bell^ StonefieU; b. 1813 ; m. d. {d.), of 
J. Bruce Pryce, Duffiyn, Ghunorgan : 
it^A. Cantab., rector of Merthyr Tyd\-il 
1844-^, archdeacon of liandaff 18dY-59, 
bp. of Bangor (4,200/.) from 1859. 
Athetuettm ; J*alaee, Bangor, 

3tBgor, dean of ; vide J. Y. Vincent. 

Jaagor, archdeacon of ; vuif J. W. Jones. 

Itonlnwi, hon. mrs. Lalase Letitia, dr. 
of 1 banm Vivian ; b. 1834 ; m. Henry 
Hyde Nugent Banks (s. of rt. hon. 
G^>r^ Banks, m.p.), b. 1828, m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar 1854. 

Stadtand Manor, Dorset ; Chantreg 
Home, Eecleston Street, S. W, 

SaakM, hon. Mrs. Maria, sister of 5 
baxon Dynevor: b. 1813 ; m. rev. Ed- 
ward Bankes {a^, canon of Gloucester, 
bro. of rt. hon. George Bankes, m.p. 
Rhga Villa, llr eg mouth. 

JtOBcmuui, sir Alexander, 9 bart. 
(1682); b. 1823: m. 1. dr. of 5 earl de 
it Warr ; 2. dr. of earl of Ashbumham : 
rioe-Ueut. Aberdeenshire from 1866, 
dep.-Ueut. Kincardineshire, m.a. Can- 
Ub. attache at Florence 1844-47. 

Travellers' : Criitonmogate, Lonmag, 
Aberdeen; Jbaliek, Kincardine; 46 
Oroevenar Flaee, S. JF. 

Jaanermaa, Henry Campbell, s. of sir 
J. Campbell, provost of Glasgow; b. 
1836; m. dr. of gen. sir C. Bruce, k.c.b. : 
M.A. Cantab., financial secretary to the 
wir office 1871-74, m.p. (l.) 'Stirling 
from 1868. 

Jteform, Oxford and Cambridge; 
Gtitnings Fark', Maidstone. 

Sumermaii, lady Katherinc ; vide sir 
Alex. Bannerman. 

Saaneniuui, lady. Mary, dr. of Guthrie 
Gord(m ; m. sir Alexander Bunnerman, 
M.p. (</.), provost of Aberdeen. 



§tBaiitry,8earlof(1816). Wm. Henry 
Hedges White ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. of rt. 
hon. H. Herbert, Muckross Abbey ; 
2nd tit. vise. Berehaven : dep.-lieut. 
Cork and high sheriff in 1848, lieut.-coL 
west Cork artillery militia 1854-70. 

CarUon- JBantrg House, Cork; 38 
Lowndes Square, S. W. 

Barbadot, 4 bp. of (1824). John 
Mitchinson, d.o.l., d.d. ; b. 1833 : 
headmaster of King's School, Canter- 
bury, 1859-73, select preacher at Ox- 
ford university in 1873, hon. canon of 
Canterbury cathedral, bp. of Barbados 
(2,500/.) from 1873. 
Bishop^ s Court, Barbados. 

Barber, lady Millicent, dr. of 1 earl of 
Gosford; b. 1790; m. rev. J. Hurt 
Barber. 
15 Montagu Square, W. 

Barber, m^jor-gen. Frederick Cluurles : 
formerly in the Madras army. 

Barohard, col. Henry, c.b.; m. Ann, 
dr. of J. Siddall, royal horse guards: 
served in the Punjab campaign, and in 
the Indian mutiny, squadron officer 7 
Bengal cavalry from 1865, officiating 
second in command. 
Seetapore. 

Barclay, sir David William, 10 bart. 
(1668), b. 1804; m. dr. (rf.) of C. 
Malo, marq. de Bune, Warsy, Picardy : 
ex-capt. 99 ft., member of the legislative 
council of Mauritius 1846. 

Conservative; Port Louis, Mauritius; 
42 Holland Road, Kensinaton, W. 

Barelar, Alexander Charles, s. of D. 
Barclay, Eastwdck Park. Leatherkead ; 
b. 1823: M.A. Cantab., m.p. (l.) 
Taunton from 1865. 

Brooke, Boodle's ; 25 Bolton Street^ 
Fieeadillg ; Seraptoft Hall, Leicester. 

Barclay, James WilUam, s. of G. Bar- 
clay, Cults, Aberdeen ; b. 1832 ; m. dr. 
{d.) of J. Smith, Stra^don, Aberdeen- 
shire : M.A. Aberdeen, a merchant in 
Aberdeen, m.p. (l.) Forfarshire ftx)m 
1872. 
60 Bee Street, Aberdeen. 

Bardin, George Gregory, b.n., c.b.: 
served in South America and at the 
Cape of Good Hope, chief inspector of 
machinery afloat. 
The Admiraltg. 

Bardsley, sir James Lomax, M.D., 
F.R.c.s. ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. {d^ of lieut. 
Brunty u.y. : dep.-lieut. I^ancashire, 



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senior coneulting physician to the Man- 
chester Royal Infirmary. 

8 Chatham Street, Jfanchetter; The 
Orchard, Greenheys, Manchester, 

Baring, bp. ; vide IJlirham. 

BAiing, hon. Alexander, s. of 4 baron 

Ashburton ; b. 1869. 
Baring, hon. Francis Denzil, eld. s. of 

4 baron Ashburton ; b. 1860. 
Baring, hon. Francis George, eld. s. of 

2 baron Northbrook ; b. 1850 : lieut. 

rifle brigade. 
Baring, hon. Francis Henry, s. of 1 

baron Northbrook ; b. 18o0 : b.a. Oxou. 
Baring, hon. Frederick Arthur, s. of 

4 baron Ashburton; b. 1867. 
Baring, hon. Louisa, b. 1807, dr. of 

1 baron Ashbmtou. 
23 Princess Gate, Hyde Park South; 

Westhillf Fareham, Mants. 
Baring, hon. Mary Florence, dr. of 2 

baron Ashburton; b. 1860. 
Baring, hon. Hannah, b. 1830 ; hon. 

Alice, b. 1833, drs. or 1 baron North- 
brook. 
Baring, hon. Jane, dr. of 2 baron North- 
brook ;b. 1853. 
Baring, hon. mrs. Frederick, dr. of 

John Ashton, The Grange, Cheshire; m. 

hon. and rev. Frederick Baring (rf.), s. 

of 1 baron Ashburton. 

9 Grosveftor Crescent^ ^Bclyrave Sq. 
Baring, Thomas Charles, s. of hon. and 

right rev. bp. Baring, of Durham ; b. 
1831 ; m. dr. of R. B. Mintum, New 
York: m.a. Oxon., m.p. (c.) Essex south 
from 1874. 

High Beech, Essex, 
Barker, bp. ; vide Sydney. 
Barker, lady Catherine, dr. of 1 earl 
of Ducie ; b. 1815 ; m. John Raymond 
Barker, b. 1801, dep.-lieut. of Glou- 
cestershire, and high sherift'in 1853. 

Fairford Park, Gloucester, 
Barker, lady. Mary, dr. of Walter 
Stewart, secretary of Jamaica ; m. 1. col. 
sir Geow Barker, k.c.b. ; 2. Frederick 
Napier Broome, Canterbury, New Zea- 
land : she has written several works, and 
is editor of ** Evening Hours.** 

22 Thurloe Square, South Kensing* 
ton. 
Barkly, sir Henry, o.c.M.o., k.c.b.; 
b. 1815 ; m. 1. dr. of J. F. Timins; 2. 
dr. of major-gen. sir T. Simson Pratt : 
M.p. Leominster 1845-49, governor of 



British Guiana 1849, of Jamaica 1863, 
of Victoria 1«56, of Mauritius 1863, of 
the Cape 1870. 

Windham, Carlton, 

Barlow, sir Morrison, 3 bart. (1808) 
b. 1835: ex.-capt. 88 ft., capt. 9 
lancers. 

Barlow, Geor^ Nelson, c.s.i. : entered 
the Bengal ci\*il service 18.55, magistrate^ • 
and collector at MonghjT, Bengal. 

Barlow, gen. Maurice, c.b. : commanded 
a brigade at the fall of SebostopoU 
knight of the legion of honour, and of 
the Medjidie, col. 14 ft. from 1870. 

Barnard, major-gen. Charles Loudon, 
ii.M., CM., s. of adm. E. Barnard ; b. 
1823 ; m. dr. of cnpt. Edwards, iun. : 
served in S^Tia in the roj-al navy, and 
in north China as senior officer of 
marines at the surrender of Pekin in 
1860, ex-col. second commandant royal 
marine artillery. 

Barnard, lieut. John Henry, cm. a. : 
served in the Hazara campaign in 1868, 
and on the Volta expedition in Ashante& 
in 1874 imder Sir John Glover, lieut. 
19 ft. 

Barnard, lady. dr. of col. James C. 
Craufrird; m. major-gen. aii* Henrj' Bar- 
nard, K.C.B. (rf.J, chief of the staff in 
the Crimea under gen. Simpson, s. of 
rev. W. Barnard, ll.d., Water Strat- 
ford, Bucks. 
Hampton Court Palace, S. W, 

Bamardifton, lady Florence, dr. of 
4 earl of Dartmouth ; b. 1838; m. 
Nathaniel Bamardiston, b. 1832, ex. 
27 ft. 
Pges, Sudbury, Suffolk, 

Bame, lady Constance, dr. of 6 marq. 
of Hertford ; b. 1852 ; m. col. Frederick 
St. John Bame, capt. fusilier guards, 
(eld. 8. of Frederick Bame, of Sotterly 
Park, Wra}ibrd. Suffolk). 

Sotterly Hall, Wangford ; Grey^ 
friars, Hunwich, Sifffolk. 

Bamett, hon. mrs. Augusta, dr. of 1 
baron Ormathwaite; b. 1833 ; m. Charles. 
Edward Bamett. 

Bamett, vice-adm. Edward, b. 1798 : 
in 1840, while in command of th& 
Thunder, he received a vote of thanks 
from the legislature of the Bahamas 
and fix)m the merchants of St. Thomas, 
for services rendered to those iskinds, a 
magistrate for Middlesex. 
14 Wobum Square, jr.C, 



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BAmowall, sir Reginald Aylmer, 8 

bart. (1622) ; b. 18^. 
Greenanstown, Meath, 
Barnitaple, archdeacon of (Ex.) ; vide 

H. "Woollcombe. 
Barr, E<lward Frederick, c.m.g. 
Barr, major-gen. Henry James : served 

in the Persian expeditionary force 

1856-67. Bombay staff corps. 

Barr, major-gen. William, R.A.: served 
at the forcinjr of the Khyber pass 1839, 
and in the Sutlej, and in the Punjab 
campaigns, retired on full pay as col. 
royal Bengal artillerj'. 

Middle Green y ' Langhy Marishy 
Slouffh. 

Barrett, major»gen. John. Bengal in- 
ikntry. 

Barrington, 7 vise. (1720). George 
William Barrinj^n, p.c. ; b. 1824; m. 
dr. of J. Morritt, Rokeby Hnll, York- 
shire: dep.-lieut. Berks, private sec. to 
carl of Derby, premier, 1866-68. ex.- 
Keut. Wilts yeomanry, m.p. (c.) Eye 
from 1866, 'vice-chamberlain of the 
household from 1874. 

Carlton ; Travellers* ; Beckett Hotue, 
Berks ; 19 Hertford Street^ Mayfair, 

Barrington, sir Croker, 4 bart. (1881), 
b. 1817 ; m. dr. (d.) of John Beattie 
West, M.p. : ex-clerk of the crown for 
Limerick county. 

Olemtal. JIurroey Limeriek / 10 Ely 
Place, Dublin, 

Barrington, sir John, s. of Edward 
Barrington, Bray ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of 
Jonathan Pim, Dublin: dep.-lieut. Dub- 
lin, lord mayor of Dublin 18i<6<3. 

Belvilley ^ingstoicn, Dublin ; Royal 
Irish Yaeht Cluby Dublin, 

Barrington, dow.'viscountess. Jane, 
dr. 01 1 baix)n Ravenswortii ; b. 1804; m. 
6 vise. Barrington : she was for some 
years a lady of the bedchamber to the 
late Queen. 

20 Cavendish Square; Beckett Hoitse, 
Shrivenham, Berks. 

Barrington, hon. Bernard Eric, s. of 

6 vise. Barrington; b. 1847; private sec. 

to the under-sec. for foreign affiurs (A. 

J. Otway and vise. Enfield) 1869-74. 
St, James* s; Foreign Office; 20 

Cavendish Square. 
Barrington, hon. Henry Frederick, s. 

of 6 vise. Barrington ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. | 



of col. Wright Knox: called to the bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1835. 
Oxford and Cambridge, 

Barrington, hon. and rev. Lowther 
John, s. of 5 \-i8c. Barrington ; b. 1806; 
m. lady Catherine, dr. of 2 earl of 
Chichester : m.a. Oxon., hon. canon of 
Rochester, rector from 1850 of Watton^ 
Herts (744/.) 

Barrington, lieut-col. hon. Percy, s. 
of 6 vise. Barrington ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. of 
Tidly Higgins : dep.-Ueut. of Oxford- 
shire, ex-capt. Scots ftisilicr guards, 
ex-capt. Oxfordshire militia, high she- 
riff of Bucks in 1864. 

Barrington, hon. William Augustus, 
s. of 6 vise. Barrington; b. 1842 ; second 
sec. in the diplomatic service at Athens 
1870, where he was arting charg^ 
d''afiiure8 in 1872, second sec. at Paris 
from 1873. 

Travellers* y St. James* s ; 20 Cb- 
rendish Squarcy W. 

Barrington, hon. Aumista, dr. of 6 
vise. Barrington ; b. 1836. 

Barrington, hon. Florence, dr. of 7 
vise. Barrington ; b. 1850. 

Barrington, lady Caroline, dr. of 2 earl 
Grey; b. 1804; m. capt. hon. George 
Barrington {d.y. a bedchamber woman to 
the Queen. 
Kensington PalacCy W. 

Barrington, lady Catherine ; vide hon. 
and rev. Lowther Barrington. 

Barrington, dow. -lady. Elizabeth, dr. of 
Henry Darlev; m. sir William Hartigan 
Barrington, i bart. 

Barrogill, baron ; 't'ide Caithness. 

Barron, sir Henry Page Turner, 2 bart 
(1841); b. 1824: b.a., sec. to the em- 
bassy at Brussels from 1871. 

St, Janus' s ; Barron Court, Water- 
ford ; Glamnna, Dungarvan, 

Barron, dow. -lady. Augusta Anne, dr. 
of lord Charles Somerset ; m. as his 
second wife, Sir Henry Winston Barron, 
1 bart, M.p. 

2 Halkin Street, Belgrave Square^ 
S.W. 

Barrow, sir George, c.M.o., 2 bart 
(1835} ; b. 1806; m. dr. of W.Pennell. 
consul-gen. in the Brazilvand niece and 
adopted dr. of rt. hon. J. Wilson Croker: 
chief clerk of the colonial office and 
registrar of the order of St. Michael and 
St. George 1870-72. 

Athcnteum ; 24 Addison Road, Ken-' 
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Sorrow, coL Charles Malcolm, c.b.: 
served in Scinde, Aff^hanistan, Punjaub 
and Gwalior campai^^ns. Bombay staff 
corps. 

Barrow, coL Joseph Lyon, R.A., c.b., 
b. 1810; m. dr. of col. McMaster: ex- 
inspector-gen. of ordnance and maga- 
zines, served in Ewnool 1839, in 
the Chinese war 1840-43, and with 
Bundelcund field force 1857-58, retired 
on full pay as col. of ro}'al Madras 
artillery. 

Barrow, m^'or-gen. Lousada, as. : chief 
commissioner of Oude 1869-74. 

Barry, rt hon. Charles Robert, p.c. 
(Irel.), s. of John Barr}', Limerick ; b. 
1824 ; m. dr. of John Fitzgerald. Dublin : 
M.A. Dublin, called to the Irish bar 
1845, queen's counsel 1869^ law adviser 
to the crown 1865, serjeant-at-law 
1866, solicitor-gen. for Ireland 1868-70, 
attorney-^. 1870-72, m.p. Dungarvan 
1865-68, mdge of the Queen's bench in 
Ireland from 1872 (3,685/.) Beform ; 
3 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. 

Barry, sir Redmond, s. of major-gen. 
Barry, Ballvclough, Cork ; b. 1813 : called 
to the Irish bar 1838, solicitor-gen. of 
Victoria 1850, judge of the supreme 
court 1852 (2,500/.), chancellor of Mel- 
bourne university. 

Carlton GaraenSf Melbourne^ Vic- 
toria. 

Barry, col. William Wigram, R.A., 
C.B., s. of major-gen. mrry-y Ballv- 
clough, Cork ; h. 1820 : served in tne 
Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, served 
in the Indian mutiny, and in China 
1860. 

Barry, lady Charlotte, dr. of 3 earl of 
Enniskillcn; b. 1847; m. James Hugh 
Smith Barry (bro. of Arthur H. S. 
Barry. u.vX b. 1845. 

Barry, lady Maiy, dr. of 8 earl of Dun- 
raven; b. 1844 ; m. Arthur Hugh Smith 
Barry (s. of J. H. S. Barry, high sheriff of 
Cheshire in 1846), b. 1843, dep.-lieut. 
of Cork, M.p. (L.) Cork 1867-74. 

St. James's; Fota Island^ Queens- 
town ; Marbury Hall, Northwich^ 
Cheshire. 

Barry, hon. mrs. Margaret, sis. of 4 
vise. Southwell ; b. 1843 ; m. Charles 
Standish Barry. 
Lemlara, darrighshiU, Cork. 

Barry, lady. dr. of Samuel Rowsell; m. 
sir Charles Barry (</.), the celebrated 
architect. 8 Ckrdand Square, W. 



Bartlett, Henry, c.b.: dep. -controller 
in the Kaffir war 1846-47, nad commis- 
sariat charge of 4 division in the Crimea, 
served in New Zealand 1859-65, in Ire- 
land 1866, in Tasmania 1866-69, Wool- 
wich 1870-71, in Ireland 1871-73. 

22 Derurent Mood, South Penge Park, 
S.E. 

Bartlett, maj.-gen. Henry Thomas : 
ex-lieut.-col. Bengal staff corps, canton- 
ment joint magistrate at Sangor 1873- 
74, commanded 18 Punjab native in- 
fantry on the occasion of the mutiny of 
51 Bengal native infimtrj- at Peshawur 
1857, treasurer of the Abyssinian expe- 
ditionary force 1867. 

Bartley, major-gen. John Cowell : served 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, 
retired on full pay as lieut.-eol. 5 ft. 

Barton, nugor- gen. Charles James, B.A.: 
retired on full pay as lieut.-col. royal 
Bombay artillery. 
Lynn Barton, Virginia, U.S. 

Barton, Alexander, k.h. 

Barton, hon. mrs. Anna, dr. of 8 baron 
Clarina; b. 1829; m. cousin Hugh Lyne- 
doch Barton (s. of Nathaniel Barton, 
high sheriff of Kildare in 1850), b. 1824, 
ex-capt. 6 dragoons, dep.-lieut. of Kil- 
dare, and high sheriff in 1861. 
Straffan, Kildare. 

Barton, hon. mrs. Charlotte, dr. of 8 
baron Plunket; b. 1832; m. Thomas 
Henrj' Barton (s. of Dunbar Barton, 
high sheriff of Tipperarv, and nephew of 
lieut.-gen. sir Robert Barton, k.c.h.), 
b. 1816. Monkstotcn, Dublin. 

Barton, lady, widow of lieut. -gen. air 
Robert Barton, k.c.h. (s. of W. Barton, 
Grove, Tipperarv, by dr. of very rev. 
dean Massey, of limerick). 

Barton, vice-adm. Ralph : served in the 
Mediterranean, 2nd capt. of the Monarch 
and Vanguard 1840-46. 
Southport, Lancashire, 

Barttelot, col. Walter Barttelot, s. of 
George (Smyth) Barttelot, Stopham 
House, Petworth; b. 1820; m. 1. dr. of 
sir Christopher Musgrave, bart. ; 2. only 
child of H. Boldero: ex-capt. 1 dragoons, 
dep.-lieut. Sussex, lieut.-col. comman- 
dant 2 Sussex rifle volunteers from 1860, 
M.p. (c.) Sussex West from 1860. 

Carltofi, Junior United Service ; 
Hilliers, Pettcorth. 

Barwell, major-gen. Charles Arthur, 

. C.B. Bengal staff corps. 



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Michael Arthur, s. of Michael 
Thomas Baas, m.p. ; b. 1837 ; m. dr. of 
E. Thomewill: m.a. Cantab., m.p. (l.) 
Stafford 1866-68, Staffordshire East from 
1868. 

Heform, Oxford and Cambridge; 
Mangemoorf Burton -on' Trent ; 101 
Eaton Square, S. JF. 

Bem, Michael Thomas, b. 1799 ; m. di*. 
ofmaj. Samuel Arden, Longcroft Hall, 
Staffcnrd : dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire and 
Derbyshire, a brewer at Burton, lieut. 
Stafibrdahire yeomanry 1831-67, m.p. 
(l.) Derby from 1848. 

Beform ; RangemooTy Burton' on- 
Trent ; 101, Eaton Square, S. W. 

Baanao, col. Alfred, o.b. : serred in 
iDi^da, ex-lieut.-col. 32 ft., assistant 
military secretary to the commander of 
the forces in China (maj.-gen. Colbome) 
from 1874. 

Bastett, Francis, b. 1820 ; m. dr. of E. 
Harris, Stoke Newington : a banker at 
Leighton (Bassett, Son and Harris^, a 
magistrate for Beds, m.p. (l.) Beds 
from 1872. 

Reform ; The Heath, Leighton Buz- 
zard. 
Bateman, 2 baron (1887). William Bate- 
man Bateman-Hanbury; b. 1826; m. dr. 
of sir Edward Eerrison, k.c.b., m.p. : 
dep.-lieut. Herefordshire and lord-lieut. 
firom 1852, a lord in waiting to the queen 
1858-69, col. Herefordshire militia frovi 
1864. 

Carlton ; Shohden Court, Hereford; 
Helmarth, Xorthampton. 
Bateman, dow.-lady. Elizabeth, dr. of 
lord Snencer Stanley Chichester; m. 1 
baron Bateman. 

36 Great Cumberland Flaee, Bryan- 
aton Square, W, 
Bateman, hon. mrs. Jessy, sis. of 2 
baron Skelmersdale ; b. 1^6 ; m. John 
Bateman, b. 1839, dep.-lieut. of Staffordr 
ahxre. 

Kypersleg HaU, Conaleton, Stafford; 
Moverons Manse ana Brlghttngtea, 
Essex. 
Bates, Edward, b. 1816 ; m. 1. dr. of C. 
Smith; 2. dr. of Thomas Thompson, 
Hessle, York: dep.-lieut. Lancaster, a 
magistrate for Hants, an East India 
merchant and shipowner at liyerpool, 
m.p. (c.) Pl>-moutih from 1871. 

Jun tor Carlton ; BelUfkld, Liverpool; 
Manydown, Basingstoke. 



Bates, lieut -gen. Heniy, c.b. : aide-de- 
camp to eommander-m-chief in India 
(lord Gough) 1848-49, member of the 
army purchase commission from 1873 
(1,0000, col. 9 ft. from 1871. 

2 Sussex Place, Hyde Park Gardens^ 
W. ; 4 I^ew Street, Spring Gardens. 
Bateson, sir Thomas, 2bart. (1818) ; b. 
1819 ; m. dr. of 4 baron Dynevor : dep.- 
lieut. Londonderry and Down, ei-caot. 
13 light dragoons, a jimior lord of the 
treasury in 1852, m.p. (c.) Londonderry 
county from 1864. 

Jfhite's, Carlton ; Behoir Park, Bel- 
fast ; Moira Park, Down; 12 Grosve- 
nor Place. 
Bateson, dow.-lady. Catherine, dr. of 
Samuel Dickson, Ballynaguille, Lime- 
rick ; m. Sir Robert Bateson, 1 bart., m.p. 
Bateson, hon. mrs. Florinda, dr. of 3 
baron Castlemaine ; b. 1823 ; m. Samuel 
Stephen Bateson (2nd s. of sir Robert 
Bateson, 1 bart.), cAlled to the bar at 
the Inner Temnle 1847. 

17 BoUon Street, Pieeadilly ; Cam^ 
busmore, Golspie, Sutherlandshire. 
Bath, 4 marq. of (1789). John Alexander 
Thynne ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of 3 vise, de 
Vesci ; 2iid tit. vise. "Weymouth : dep.- 
lieut. Wilts and Somerset, knight grand 
cross of the tower and sword of Portugal, 
capt. Wilts yeomanry from 1850. 

Boodle's, Carlton ; Longleate, War- 
minster, Wilts ; 48 Berkeley Square. 
Bath and Wells, 69 bp. of (609), lord 
Arthiu- Hervey. d.d., s. of 1 marq. of 
Bristol ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. of John Single- 
ton : M.A. Cantab., rector of Ickworth 
1832, Hollingworth 1852-69, archd. of 
Sudbury 1862-69, bp. of Bath and Wells 
(5,000/.) fi:om 1869. 
Athenaum; The Palace, Wells. 
Bath, archd. of ; vide R. W . Browne. 
Bath, dow. -marchioness of. Harriet, dr. 
of 1 baron Ashburton ; b. 1804 ; m. 3 
marq. of Bath. 
Muntham Court, Worthing. 
Bathnrst, 6 earl of (1772). WilUam 
Lennox Bathurst, d.c.l. ; b. 1791 ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Apsley : called to the bar 1821, 
clerk of the privy council 1827-60, m.a. 
Oxon. 

Whitens, Carlton ; Oakley Grove, Ci- 
rencester^ Gloucester; 38 Half Moon 
Street, Piccadilly, W. 
Bathnrst, 1 bp. of (1869). rt. rev. 
Samuel E. Marsden, d.d. ; m. dr. of J 
Maclaren, Melbourne :^car of. Bury- 

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worth, Evesham, 1861-69, bp. from 
1869 otBathurst, New South fTaUs. 

Batiinrst, sir Frederick Hutchinson 
Her\'ey-,3 bart (1818}, b. 1807 ; m. 1. dr. 
of Walter Smytne, Brambridge, Hants ; 
2. dr. (rf.) of sir B. Brooke, 6 bart. : ex- 
capt. grenadierguardsjdep.-lieut. Wilts, 
ex-Ueut.-col. royal Wilts yeomanir. 

Travellert* ; Clarendon Fork, JSalis- 
hury. 

Bathnrst, Allen Alexander, nephew and 
heir pres. of earl Bathurst ; b. 1 832 ; m. 1 . 
dr. of baron de Tablev ; 2. Evelyn, dr. of 
George Barnard Hankey, Fetcham Park, 
Surrey: m.a. Cantab., m.p. Cirencester 
from 1857, maj. North Gloucestershire 
militia from 1870. 

White's, Travellers' ; Hyanis, Bag- 
shot ; 32 St. James's Plaee, 8. fV, 

Bathiirst,archd. Frederick : m.a. Oxon., 
hon. canon of Ely from 1870, rector of 
Diddington, Buckden, Hunts, 1867-74, 
archd. of Bedford from 1872, rector, from 
1874, of Biggleswade, Beds mil.). 

Bathnrst, laidy Emily, dr. of 5 earl of 
Abingdon; b. 1810; m. hon. and rev. 
Chanes Bathurst, ll.d. (d.) rector of 
Siddington St. Mar}', Gloucester. 
Great Ilford. 

Bathurst, hon. mrs. Seymour, • dr. of 

, JohnPeter Hankey, by sis. of chief-baron 
Alexander ; m. col. hon. Thomas Sey- 
mour Bathurst {d.) 

3 Grosvenor Crescent, Belgrave 
Square; Jfgams, Bagshot, Surrey, 

Battle, dean of; vide E. Crake. 

Baumgarten, countess, hon. Mary, dr. 
of 2 baron Erskine ; b. 1806 ; m. count de 
Baumgarten (d:), of Bavaria. 
6 Max Josef strasse, Munich, Bavaria. 

Bamngartner, mai.-gen. Robert Julian, 
C.B., 8. of J. T. Baumgartner, m.d., 
Godmanchester ; b. 1814; m. Helen 
Thompson: served in the Crimea, knight 
of the Medjidie, lieut.-col. half pay 
27 ft. 

Baxter, rt. hon. William Edward, p.c, 
s. of E. Baxter, Kilcaldrum ; b. 1825 ; m. 
dr. of J. Home Scott, Dundee: dep.- 
lieut. Forfar, secretary to the admiralty 

.1869-71, joint secretary to the treasury 
1871-73, M.p. (L.) Montrose from 1857. 
Reform ; Ashcliff, Dundee. 
Baxter, lady. Elizabeth, dr. of Robert 
Montgomerie, Bama Hill, Ayr ; m. sir 
David Baxter, 1 bart. (extinct). 

Kilmaronj Cttpar, Fife; 6 Moray 
BlaeCf Edinburgh, 



Bayfield, adm. Henry Wolsey ; m. dr. 
of capt. Charles Wright, R.B.: served in. 
the Walcheren expedition, and in Canada 
in sun'eying the St. Lawrence and Lake 
Ontario, admiralty survej'or in Canada. 
1817-54. 
Bayley, rev. sir John Robert Emilias, 
B.D., 3 bart. (1834), b. 1823 ; m. dr. of 
Edward Rice, Dane Court, Kent : m.a. 
Cantab., rector of St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, 1856-67, St. John's, Paddingtoo 
(1,100/.), from 1867. 

National; 14 Hyde Park Street^ 
Hyde Park, W. ; The Lodge, Shere^ 
Guildford. 
Bayley, Edward Olive, C.8.L: entered 
the Bengal ci^il service 1841, called to 
the bar 1857, member of the governor- 
general's council, ex -secretary to govern- 
ment of India in home department, vico- 
chancellor of Calcutta umversity. 
Bayly, lieut.-gen. Richard Albert; Bom- 
bay inf an tr\'. 

Tt'tton House, Kingston, Taunton, 
Bayly, maj. -gen. Paget : served in the 
Crimea with 30 ft., knight of the legion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, lieut.- 
col. brigade depdt at Fort George 1869- 
74. 
Baynes, b^. ; vide Madagascar. 
Baynes, sir William John W^alter, 3 
bart. (1801) ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. of Daniel 
Stuart, Wykeham Park, Oxon. 
Coomhe Wood, Kingston-on-Thames* 
Baynei, dow.-Wy. Julia, dr. of gen. 
John Smith, k.a. ; m. sir William 
Baynes, 2 bart. 
^ Portland Place. 
Baynes, hon. lady. Frances, dr. of 1 
baron Denman ; b. 1812 ; m. adm. sir 
Robert Baj-nes, k.c.b. {d.), knight of 
the order of the Redeemer of Greece. 
TIic Cottage, Hurst Green, Sussex, 
Baynes, gen. Simcoe : served as a mid- 
shipman in the royal navy in 1810, then 
entered the army and served in the West 
Indies and North America, col. 35 ft. 
from 1863. 
Basalgette, sir Joseph William, h. 
IN8T. C.B., C.B., b. 1819: designer of the 
Thames embankment, engineer in chief 
to metropolitan board of works (2,200/.) 
from 1855. 
Morden, Mitcham, Surrey, 
Bayning, lady. Emma, dr. of W. H. 
Fellowes, Ramsey Abbey, Huntingdon ; 
m. rev. lord Bayning, 3 and last baron. 
Honingham Hall, Norwich, 



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Basley, air Thomas, 1 bart. (1869), b. 
1797 ; m. dr. of Sebastian Naah : dep.- 
bent. Lancaster, formerly a merchant 
and cotton-spinner in Manchester, ex- 
chairman Manchester chamber of com- 
merce, knight of the legion of honom*, 
If .p. (l.) Manchester from 1858. 

Mejonny Brooks* ; 1 Kinff Street, St. 
James* 9yS. W. ; Eyford J*ark, Burtot^ 
OH'the'WaU^, Gioftcesterahire, 
Beaeh, sir Michael Hicks-, 9 bart. 
(1619) ; b, 1837; m. 1. dr. of J. H. Elwes, 
Uolesbome Park, Gloucester: 2. lady 
Liucy Catherine, dr. of 3 earl Fortescue': 
dep.-lieut. Gloucestershire, capt. royal 
^orth Gloucestershire militia, m.a. 
Oxon., undersecretary home department 
in 1868, chief secretary for Ireland from 
1874, M.p. (c.) Gloucestershire East 
fixunl864. 

CarkoHy Arthur's ; WilliaiMirip 
I*ark, Fairford. 
Beach, William Wither Bramston, 
cousin of sir M. H. Beach ; b. 1826 ; m. 
dr. of col. Augustus Cleveland, Tapley 
Park, North Cevon : m.a. Oxon., capt. 
Hants yeomanry from 1858, a magistrate 
for Hants, m.p. (c.) Hants North fix)m 
1857. 

Carlton, Boodle's ipakUy Hall, Ba- 
sinff stoke ; Kcevil Mousey Troubridge, 
WtUs; Garlands MoUl, Suffolk Street, 
FaU Mall. 
Beach, lady Lucy Hicks-, dr. of 8 earl 
Fortescue; b. 1851; vide sir M. H. 
Beach. 
Beadle, maj.-gen. James Pattle, R.E. : 
served in the Sutlej campaign, retired 
on frill pay of lieut.-col. royal Bengal 
engineers. 

o Queen's Gate Gardens, South Ken- 
sington. 
Beadon, sir Cecil, ic.c.s.i., grandson of 
bp. Beadon of Bath and Wells: b. 1816 ; 
m. 1. dr. of maj. Sneyd, Bengal cavalry ; 
2. dr. ofW. H. Stemdale, Ashford, 
Derby: educated at Haileybury, secre- 
tary to government of Bengal 1852, sec- 
retary to government of India, home 
department, 1864, foreign department 
18o9, lieut.-pvemor of Bengal 1862-67, 
chairman of Credit Foncicr of England 
from 1874. 

Oriental, Athenaum. 
Beamiih, maj.-gen. Charles : retired on 

frill pay as ueut.-col. 35 ft. 
Beataon, maj.-gen. Roger Stewart, ile. : 
retired on full pay, as col. 



Beauchamp, 6 earl of (1815). Frederic 
Lygon, b.c.L., r.c. ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. of 
earl Stanhope; 2nd tit. vise. Elmley: 
dep.-lieut. Worcestershire, m.a. Oxon., 
a lord of the admiralty in 1859, M.P. 
Tewkesbury 1857-63, Worcestershire 
West 1863-66, lord steward of the 
household from 1874. 

Carlton; Madresfield OoUrt, Great 
Malvern ; 13 Belgrave Sqttare. 

Beauohamp, sir Reginald William Proc- 
tor, 5 bart. (1744) b. 1853. 
Langley Park, Acle, Norfolk. 

Beauohamp, hon. lady Proctor-, Caro- 
line, dr. of 2 baron Hadstock ; bom 1826 ; 
m. sir Thomas Proctor-Beauohamp, 4 bt. 

Beauohamp, dow. -countess of. Cathe- 
rine, dr. of Henry Otway, Castle Otway, 
Tipperary, by baroness Braye; m. 1. 
Henr}' Murray ; 2. the 3 earl Beauohamp. 
Stanford Mall, Rugby ; \U, Grosve- 
nor Square ; Boss Cottage, Willesden, 

Beauolerk,' capt. lord Amelius Went- 
worth, R.N., 8. of 8 duke of St. Albans ; 
b. 1815 ; m. dr. of Charles Harrison ; a 
magistrate for East Suffolk. 

3 Bryanston Square, W. ; Zeiston^ 
Sajnnundham. 

Beauolerk, loi-d George, s. of 8 duke of 
St. Albans; b. 1818: served in the 
Crimea, ex-maj. 6 dragoon guards. 
12 Little Stanhope Street, W. 

Beauolerk, lord , s. of 10 duke of 

St. Albans; b. 1874. 

Beauolerk, lady Frederick, dr. of James 
Raymond Johnstone, of Alva, Clack- 
mannan ; m. capt. lord lYederick Beau- 
clerk, B.N. (rf.). 

Beauolerk, lady Louisa, dr. of 10 doke 
of St. Albans ;b. 1869. 

Beaufort, 8 duke of (1682). Henry 
Charles Fitzroy Somerset, p.c, k.o. ; b. 
1824 ; m. dr. of 1 earl Howe ; 2nd tit. 
marq. of Worcester: dep.-lieut. Glouces- 
tershire, M.p. Gloucestershire 1846-53, 
master of the horse to the queen 1858- 
59, 1866-68^ lieut.-col. commandant 
Gloucesterslure yeomanry 1854-74, hon. 
col. from 1874, lord-lieut. Monmouth- 
shire from 1867. 

Carlton; Badminton, Chippenham; 
Troy House, Monmouth, 

Beaufort, dow. -duchess of. Emily, dr. 
of Culling Smith ; m. 7 duke of Beau- 
fort. 
19 Hill Street, Berkelcy^Squars^ 

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Beaumont, 9 baron (1483). Henry 
Stai)leton ; b. , 1848 ; ex-cornet 1 life 
guards. 

Guardt' ; Carlton Hilly Selby, York- 
shire. 

BMomont, sir George Rowland, 8 bart. 
(1660) b. 1822 ; m. 1. dr. of Wm. Hal- 
lows Belli ; 2. widow of maj. J. "Wallis, 
4 dragoon guards, Brisbane Castle. Cork : 
dep. -lieut. Leicestershire and high 
BheriS in 1852, ex-capt. Leicestershire 
yeomanry. 

Carlton ; Coleorton Hall, Ashhy^de- 
la-Zouehe ; 99 EaUm Flace, S. W. 

Beaumont, lieut. -col. Frederick Edward 
Blackett, r.b., s. of Edward Blackett 
Beaumont, f.b.s. ; b. 1833 : served wath 
local rank of capt. in tbe Turkish con- 
tingent engineers 1855-66, m.p. (c.) 
Durham South from 1868. 

Junior United Service^ Junior Naval 
and Military; Darfeld, Bamtley. 

Beaumont, Wentworth Blackett, s. of 
T. Wentworth Beaumont, M.P.,andbro. 
of Somerset A. Beaumont, m.p.; b, 1829; 
m. lady Margaret, dr. of 1 marq. of 
Clanriearde: m.a. Cantab., dep.-lieut. 
Northumberland, m.p. (l.) Northum- 
berland South from 1852. 

Reform, Brooks'; Bretton Hatty 
Wakefield; AUenheadSy Haydonbridge ; 
144 Fieeadillyy W, 

Beanmont, lady Margaret, b. 1831 ; 
vide W. B. Beaumont. 

Beaumont, dow.-lady. Isabella, dr. of 3 
baron Kilmaine; m. 8 baron Beau- 
mont. 

Carlton Hilly Selby, Yorkshire. 

Beanmont, hon. mrs. Susan, dr. of 3 
baron Macdonald; b. 1807; m. capt. 
Richard Beaumont, r.n. 
2 Rutland Gate, KnighUbridgey S. W. 

Beeber, rear-adm. Alexander Bridport, 
F.R.A.8.,F.R.o.8., s. of capt. Alexander 
Becher, r.n. ; b. 1796: accompanied capt. 
Basil Hall in his tour in the Pacific 
1820-22, employed for many years in 
the hydrograpmc department of the 
admiralty, editor and proprietor of the 
** Nautical Magazme." 

Beeher, sir Henry Wrixon, 2 bart. 
(1831) b. 1826: dep.-lieut. Cork, ex- 
ueut. rifle brigade. 

Arwy and Navy ; BallyaibUny Mai- 
loiv ; Creaghy Skibbereeny Cork. 

Beober, lieut. -gen. sir Arthur Milford, 
K.C.B., s. of col. Beeher, Bengal in- 



fantry ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of capt. M. W. 
Ford: served in the Sutlei campaig^n 
1845-46, and in the Punjab campaig^n 
1848-49, quartermaster-gen. of the army 
in India 1852-63, commanded Sirhind 
division 1865-69. 

Wallington House, Fareham, HantSm 

Beeher, maj. -gen. John Reid, b.e., c.d. : 
served in the Affghanistan campaign at 
Sobraon, and in the Hazara frontier 
campaign 1857, commissioner in the 
Punjab. 

Beeher, ladv Emily, dr. of 2 earl of 
Listowel; o. 1834; m. John Richard 
Hedges Wrixon Bencher (bro. and heir 
pres. of sir Henry Beeher), m.a. Cantab.^ 
ex-lieut. 27 ft., high sheriff of Corit 
1867. 
Castle Hydey Fermoy, 

Beokett, sir Edmund, Q.C., 5 bart 
(1813), s. of 4 bart., m.p., and nephew 
of 2 bart., p.c, m.p., judge advocate- 
gen. 1835-47 ; b. 1816 ; m. Fanny, dr. of 
bp. Lonsdale of Lichfield : m.a. Cantab., 
called to tbe bar at Lincoln's Inn 184 1, 
queen's counsel 1854, a member of the 
council of King's college, London. 

SomerlyHally Gainsborough; Grim" 
thorpe, FOcklington, Yorkshire ; 33 
Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square^ 
W. 

Beckett, dow.-lady. Caroline, dr. of 
Joseph Beckett, Bamsley, m. cousin, air 
Thomas Beckett, 3 bart. 

Beokett, hon. mrs. Sophie, dr. of 1 
baron Lj-ndhurst b. 1828 ; m. Hamilton 
Beckett (grandson of sir John Beckett, 
1 bart.), b. 1829. 

16 Cadogan Place, Sloane Street^ 
S.W. 

Beokles, rt. rev. Edward Hyndman, 
D.D., 8. of J. Alleyne Beckles, president 
of Barbados ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. or Edward 
Brace "Wallcott, Barbados : rector of St. 
Peter's, Antigua, 1853-59, bp. of Sierra 
Leone 1860-70, rector of Wootton, Dover, 
1871-73, chaplain of the Skinners* alms- 
houses from 1873, rector from 1873 of 
St. Fetet'sy Bethnal Green (300/.) 

Beotive, earl of (eld. s. of marq. of 
Headfort). Thomas Taylor ; b. 1844; m. 
dr. of 4 marq. of Devonshire : dep.-lieut. 
of Westmoreland, ex-capt. "Westmore- 
land yeomanry, m.p. (c.) Westmoreland 
from 1871. 

White's, Carlton; Underley, Kirby 
Lonsdale. 



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Sedfiird, 9 doke of (1694). Francis 
Hastings Bossell; b. 1819; m. dr. of 5 
earl de la Warr ; 2nd tit. marq. of Tavi- 
stock: ex-<^t. Scots fusiUer guards, 
Tice-lieut. Seds, custos rotulonun of 
the isle of Ely from 1874, m.p. (l.) 
Beds 1847-72, hon. col. 1 Beds rifle 
Tolunteers from 1872. 

Brook^ Beform; 7Foburn Ahbey, 
Beds; Endaleighy Taviatock^ Devon; 
S2 Eaton Square, 

Bedford, archd. of (Ely); ride F. 
Bathurst. 

Badfsrd, m^j. -gen. William Fanshaw : 
serred in the Kaffir war 1851-53, retired 
on fuU pay as lieut.-col. 60 ft. 

Orehara Hill Houee, Northam, Bide- 
ford. 

Bedfiird, rear-adm. George Augustus, 
s. of lieut. Fred. Bedford. r.n. ; b. 1809 ; 
m. 1. dr. of lieut. William Ren wick, 
K.K. ; 2. dr. of Thomas Steele, Reigate, 
and widow of Charles Priaulx, surgeon, 
R.N. : commanded the "Raven " in the 
survey of the coast of Afirica 1835-38, 
professional member of the marine de- 
partment of the board of trade. 

Whitehall; South View, Widinore 
Boad, Bromlepy S. 

Bedingfleld, sir Henry George Fasten, 
7bart. (166^ ; b. 1830; m. dr. of Edward 
Clavering, Callaly castle, Northumber- 
land: dep.-Ueut. Norfolk^ ex-capt. west 
Norfolk ™'i^<^«j formerly m the Austrian 
army. 

Beform; Oxburahy Stoke Ferry, Nor- 
folk; BraiUtj Warwick, 

ledingfleld, Felix, aM.o., bra of sir 
H. a. P. Bedingfield; b. 1808; m. dr. of 
col. Chads, governor of Virgin islands : 
master of t^ supreme court at Trinidad 
1849-54, colonial secretary at Mauritius 
1860-68, caUed to the bar 1849. 
36 Oreen Street, Grosvenor Square, 

Bedingfleld, hon. mrs. Frances, dr. (A 
3 baron Henniker; b. 1807; m. rev. 
James Bedingfield (bro. of J. Longue- 
ville Bedingfield, of Ditchingham Hall, 
Norfolk), B.A. Cantab., rector;from 1833, 
of Beditui/leld, Bye, Sujblk (408/.). 

Bedingileld, dow.-livdy. Margaret, dr. 
of Edward Fasten, Appleton; m. sir 
Henry Paston-Bedingfield : she assumed 
the name of Bisshopp in 1841 on in- 
heriting the Brailes estate. 

Boevor, sir Thomas Branthwayt, 8 bart 
(1784) ;b. 1798 ;m. 1. dr. of Richard 
Lubbock, M.D., Norwich ; 2. dr. of A. 



Hardiment; 3. dr. of F. Davies: dep.- 
lieut. of Norfolk. 

Harghan Hall, Attleborough, 'Nor' 
folk. 

Belcher, vice-adm. sir Edward, K.aB., 
grandson of J. Belcher, governor of 
Nova Scotia; b. 1799; m. Diana Jol- 
liffe, grand-dr. of col. Simpson, Plean 
house: sailed round the world 1836-42, 
served at the siege of Algiers 1816, and 
in China 1841-47. 

Union; 13 Bortet Street, Montagu 
Smmre, W, 

Bellut, earl of (eld. s. of marq. ef 
Donegal). 

*Belhaven and Stenton, 9 baren (1617). 
James Hamilton. 
Albany Street, North Leith. 

Belgrave, vise. (eld. s. of earl Gres- 
venor). 

BeU, sir Francis Dillon : speaker ef the 
house of representatives, New Zealand. 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

BeU, lieut -gen. sir George, K.C.B., b. 
1794 ; m. dr. of T. Dou^ : served at 
Waterloo and in the Crimea, knight of 
tiie legion of honour and of the Medji- 
die, col. 104 ft. 1863-68, of 1 ft. from 
1868. 

Junior United Service; 156 West- 
bourne Terrace, W. 

Bell, ffen. sir John, g.c.b., b. 1782 ; 
m. dr. (d.) of 1 earl of Mahuesburr : 
aide-de-camp to William IV. 1831-37, 
chief secretary at the Cape 1828-41, 
lieut. -governor of Guernsey 1848-54, 
col. 4 ft. from 1853. 

United Service; &6 Cadogan Blace, 
Sloane Street, W. 

BeU, sir Sydney Smith, s. of William 
Smith, banker, London ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. 
of William Pattison, Edinburgh : edu- 
cated at Edinburgh nniversitY, called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple i839,judge 
at the Cape 1851, chief-justice 1868-73. 
Thatched House. 

BeU, coL Edward William Deddington, 
v.c. c.B. ; b. 1822 ; m. widow of J. 
Davies, Cheltenham: served in the 
Crimea, knight of the legion of honour 
and of the Mediidiej served in the Indian 
campaign at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow, lieut. -col. of the brigade de- 
p6t at Wrexham from 1873. 

Bwl, gen. James : served in the Mah- 
ratta and Burmese war, including the 
capturo of Rangoon 1824-26. Madras 
infantry. 

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BeU, maj. -gen. Henry Wainwright Bax, 
K.B. : superintending engineer mst grade 

fublic works department at Poonah from 
871. 

Bell, lady. dr. of Charles Shaw, Ayr ; 

m. sir Charles Bell, m.d.^ f.r.s., k.h. 

(^f.), professor of surgery in the imiv. of 

Edinburgh. 

47 Albany Street, Jteaenfs Park, 

• N.IF. 

Bellairs, lady. Mary, dr. of Edward 
Hooke, barrister, Mulbarton lodge, Nor- 
wich ; m. sir William Bellairs (rf.). exon 
of the yeomen of the guard 1837-49. 
Mulbarton Lodge, Norfolk, 

BeUaiifl, maj. -gen. John B. : formerly 
in the Bombay army. 

BeUean, sir Narcisse Fortunat ; m. dr. 
of L. Gavreau : called to the bar of Lower 
Canada 1832, speaker of the legislative 
council of Canada 1857-62, minister of 
agriculture 1862-65, lieut. -governor of 
Quebec 1869-73. 
St. Lewis Street^ Quebec, 

§B6llew, 2baron (1848). Edward Joseph 
Bellew ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. of col. G. Bryan, 
c^ Jenkinstown, Kilkenny: dep.-heut. 
of Louth, col. Louth rifle militia 1843- 
67. 

Stafford; Barmeath. Louth; Cox^a 
Hotel, Jermyn Street, S. W, 

BeUew, hon. Bertram Charles, eld. s.. 
of 2 baron Bellew ; b. 1855 : ex-lieut. 5 
Middlesex militia. 

BeUew, hon. George Leopold, s. of 2 
baron Bellew ; b. 1857. 

BeUew, hon. Richard Eustace, s. of 2 
baron Bellew ; b. 1858. 

BeUew, Henry Walter, c.s.i.: surgeon 
on the Bengal establishment, dep. -assay- 
master of the Bombay mint from 1870. 

BeUew-Orattan, bart. ; vide Grattan. 

Be llin g h am, sir Alan Edward, 8 bart. 
(1796) :b. 1800; m. dr.of Henry Clarke, 
West Skirbeck house, Lincom: m.a. 
Dublin, dep. -lieut. of Louth. 

Carlton; Castle Bellingham, Louth. 

Bellingham, lady Constance^ dr. of 2 
earl of Gainsborough ; b. 1847 ; m. Alan 
BeUingham (eld. s. of sir Alan BeUing- 
ham, bart.), b. 1846, lieut. Louth 
militia from 1872. 

ftBelmore, 4 earl of (1797). Somerset 
Richard Lowir-Cony, p.c. (l>el.), 
K.c.M.o. ; b. 1835 ; m. dr. of cant. John 
N. Gladstone, k.n., and niece of rt. hon. 
W. E. Gladstone ; 2nd tit. vise. Cony : 



dep. -lieut. of Tyrone, under-secretary 
for home department 1866-67, governor 
of New South Wales 1868-71. 

Carlton; Castle Coole, Enniskillen^ 
Fermanagh. 

Belmore, dow. -countess of. Emily, dr. 
of William Shepherd, Bradbum, Kent ; 
m. 3 earl of Belmore. 
56 Eaton Place, Belgrave Square. 

Belper, 1 baron (1856). Edwaiti Stratt, 
D.C.L., p.c. ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. of bp. Otter 
of Chichester : m.a. Cantab., m.p. Derby 
1830-48, Arundel 1851-52, Nottingham 
1852-56 : dep.-lieut. Notts, high-^eriflT 
in 1850, lord-lieut. from 1864, chair- 
man of Notts Quarter-sessions 1854-74,, 
chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster 
1853-54, president of University college, 
London. nx>m 1873. 

Brooks* ; Kingston Hall, Keytcorthy 
Berbif; 88 Eaton Square. 

Benedict, sir Julius, s. of J. Benedict, 
Stuttgwxi;b. 1805 ;m. dr. (rf.) of C. 
Jean : a great musical composer and con* 
ductor of operas, corresponding member 
of the academy of France, kn%ht of the 
order of Christ of Portugal, of Leopold 
of Belgium, of the crown of Wurtem- 
berg, of Frederick of Wurtemberg, of 
Wasa of Sweden, of the crown of Italy,, 
and of the cro>\Ti of Prussia. 
2 Manchester Square, London. 

Benn, maj. -gen. Anthony, ii.a.. b. 
1814. 

Benn, maj. -gen. Piercy, k.a. : retired 
on full pay as col. 

Bennet, hon. Frederick, s. of 6 earl of 
Tanker^-ille ; b. 1853. 

Bennet, hon. George Montagu, s. of ^ 
earl of TankerviUe ; b. 1852 : lieut. rifle 
brigade. 

Bennet, lady Corisande, b. 1855 ; lady 
Ida, b. 1857, drs. of 6 earl of Tanker- 
viUe. 

Bennett, sir William Stemdale, Mir8.D.,. 
D.C.L., s. of Robert Bennett, organist 
of Sheffield parish church, and grandson 
of J. Bennett, King's college, Cambridge ; 
b. 1816 ; m. dr. (rf.) of capt. James Wood, 
R.N. : M.A. Cantab., a well-known musi- 
cal comiNiser, conductor of the Philhar> 
monic concerts 1856-68, professor of 
music in Cambri^e university frt>m 
1856, chairman and principal of the 
royal academy of music from 1868. 

Athenttum; St. John's CoJUge, Cam-- 
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Bennett, sir John, f.r.s.a., s. of John 
Bennett, watchmaker, Greenwich, and 
bro. of W. C. Bennett, ll.d., a well- 
known songj writer ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of 
John Wilson, Deptford : common coun- 
cilman for the wurd of Cheap, London, 
since 1862, member of the London 
school board 1870-73, sheriff of London 
1872-73, a watchmaker at 

65 Cheapside; The Banks, Mount- 
JSeld, Sussex. 

Benson, maj.-gen. Henry Roxby, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea, knijg^ht of the 
Medjidie, served in the Indian mutiny, 
lieut.-coI. half-pay 17 lancers. 

Benton, lady. dr. of J. Smith, 56 ft. ; 
m. sir John Benson, c.E. (d.) architect of 
the first Dublin exhibition building 1853. 
MotUencttCy Qyrk, 

Bent, lient -gen. George, K.E., c.b., s. 
of coL Bent, k.a. ; m. cousin, dr. of maj. 
J. Bent, Wrexham lodge, Bucks : serA-ed 
in the Crimea, aide-de-camp to the 
queen 1859-60, knight of the legion of 
honour and of the Medjidie, retired on 
full pay of maj.-gen. 

Bent, lady. dr. of John Davenport, 
Westwocld hall. Leek, m.p. ; m. alderman 
air John Bent (rf.), mayor of Liverpool 
in 1851. 
Edge MiU, Liverpool. 

Bentinck, gen. sir Henry William John, 
K.C.B., grandson ofhon. W. Bentinck; 
b. 1796 ; m. dr. of adm. sir James Haw- 
kins Whitehed, hart. : commanded the 
brigade of guards at Alma, Balaklava, 
Inkermann, and Sebastopol, commander 
of the legion of honour and of the Med- 
jidie, groom-in-waiting to the queen 
1869-67, col. 28 ft. from 1854. 

United Service; 22 Upper Orosvenor 
Street, W. 

Bentinck, lieut.-g<^. Arthur Cavendish, 
nephew of lord W. Bentinck, gov.-gen. 
of India ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of sir St. Vin- 
cent Whitshed : served with the 7 dra- 
goon-guards in the Ka£Br war 1847. 
East Court, Wokingham, Berks. 

Bentinek, Geoi^ Augustas Cavendish, 
s. of maj.-gen. lord Frederick Bentinck, 
C.B. ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of col. Charles 
Powell Leslie, Glasslough castle, Mo- 
' naghan: m.a. Cantab., <»lled to the bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1846, parliamentary 
secretary to tiie board of trade from 
1874, M.p. (c.) Taunton 1859-65, White- 
haven from 1865. 
Oarriek, Carlton; 26 Old Square, 



Lineoln*s Inn ; 3 Grafton Street, Berke- 
ley Square. 

Bentinck, George William Pierrepoint, 
s. of ad^. W. Bentinck, and grandson 
of count John Bentineky k.n. ; b. 1803 : 
a magistrate and dep.-heut. of Norfolk, 
M.p. (c.) Norfolk west 1852-65, and 
from 1871. 

Carlton, Travellers* ; Terrington, 
Lynn; 48 Lavies Street, Berkeley 
Square. 

Bentinck, lady Henrietta, dr. of 4 duke 
of Portland ;b. 1798. 

Benyon, Richard, s. of W. H. Fellowes, 
Ramsey Abbey, m.p. ; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of 
R. autterbuck, Watford House, Herts : 
M.A. Cantab., assumed the name of Ben- 
yon on succeeding to the states of his 
uncle Richd. Benyon de Beauvoir, called 
to the bar at Lincoln's inn 1836, m.p. 
(c.) Berks, fix>m 1860. 

Carlton, Conservative ; Englejleld 
Home, Reading ; 17 Orosvenor Square. 

Berehaven, vise (eld. s. of earl of 
Bantry) . William Henry Hedges White ;. 
b. 18o4. 

Bereiford, archbp. ; vide Armagh. 

Bereiford-Peirfe, sir Henry Monson d<* 
la Poer.3 hart. (1814) b. 1850; m. lady 
Adelaiae, dr. of 3 earl of Bandon: m.a. 
Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire. 

Traveller^ ; Bagnall, Waterford ; 
Bedale Hall, Bedale. 

Beresford, dow.-lady Elizabeth, dr. of 
David Lucas, Clontibret; m. sir George 
de la Poer Beresford, 2 bart. 

Beresford, rt. hon. William, cousin of 
1 marq. of Waterford; b. 1798; m. dr. of 
George R. Heneage, Hainton Hall,. 
Lincoln : m.a. Oxon., ex-major 43 fr.T 
secretary at war in 1852, m.p. Harwich 
1841-47, Essex north 1847-65, master of 
the tennis court. 

Carlton; Hampton Court Palace, 
S.W.; EUJUld, Oxford. 

Bereiford, lord Charles de la Poer, s. of 
4 marq. of Waterford ; b. 1846 : lieut, 
royal navy, m.p. (c.) Waterford from 
1874. 
10 Victoria Square, S. W. 

Bereiford, lord Delaval James de la 
Poer, 8. of 4 marq. of Waterford; b. 
1862. 

Beresford, lord Marcns de la Poer, a. 
of 4 marq. of Waterford; b. 1848 : lieut . 
7 Hussars, aide-de-camp to the viceroy 
of Ireland (duke of Abercom) from- 
1874. 



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Bereiford, lord William de la Poer, s. 
of 4 marq. of Waterford ; b. 1847 : lieut 
9 lancers. 
Haleiah, Naval and Military, 
Berefford, hon. John de la Peer Hors- 

ley, 8. of 3 baron Decies ; b. 1866. 
Beretford, hon. Robert de la Poer 

Hordey, 8. of 3 baron Decies ; b. 1868. 
Bereiford, hon. William Marcus de la 
Poer Horsley, eld. s. of 3 baron Decies; 
b. 1866. 
Beretford, hon. Caroline Horsley, b. 
1861 ; hon. Catherine Horsley, b. 1870, 
drs. of 3 baron Decies. 
Bereiford, hon. Mrs. Caroline, dr. of 1 
baron Denman ; b. 1823 ; m. rev. John 
George Beresford (s. of adm. sir John 
Poer Beresford, hart., k.c.b.), b. 1821, 
M.A. Cantab., rector fix)m 1861 of Jie- 
dale, Torkshxre (2,000/.) 
Beresford, gen. Marcus, prandson of 
archbp. 1 baron Decies; b. 1800; m. 1. dr. 
of Thomas Sewell ; 2. Caroline, dr. of 
William Fane: ex-commandant at Ban- 
galore, col. 20 ft. from 1872. 
Bereifdrd, coL Marcus, s. of rev. 
Gilbert Beresford, rector of St. Andrew's, 
Holbom; b. 1818; m. dr. of William 
Green, M.D., Durham : educated at King's 
College, London, col.-commandant 7 
Surrey rifle rolimteers, fh>m 1864, m.p. 
(c.) gouthwark firom 1870. 

OarUon ; Sheen House. East Sheen ; 
41 Southwark Street, S.E, 
Berkeley, 6 earl of (1679). Thomas 
Morton Fitzhardinge Berkeley; b. 1796; 
2nd tit. vise. Dursley. 
Cranford House, Hounslow, 
Berkeley, hon. Charles Fitzhardinge, 
s. of 1 baron Fitzhardinge ; b. 1830; m. 
dr. of Henry Lindow : dep.-lieut. of 
Gloucestershire, m.p. Gloucester city 
1862-65. Heir pres. to his brother. 

Broohf : Olid Farky Chichester ; 1 
HiU Street, Berkeley Square, 
Berkeley, hon. Cieoige Grantly Fitz- 
hardinge, 8. of 5 earl of Berkeley ; b. 
1800; m. dr. {d.) of Paul Benfield: ex 
82 ft., M.P.Gloucestershire west 1832-52. 
Heir ores, to his brother. 
Aldemey Manor, Foole, 
Berkeley, lady Mary, dr. of 3 earl of 
Kenmare; b. 1829; m. Robert Bericeley, 
b. 1823, dep.-lieut. of Worcestershire. 
Spetehley Park, Worcester, 
Berkeley, George, o.M.o.: colonial sec. 
at Honduras 1845, lieut.-gov. of St. 



Vincent 1864-72, administrator of Lagos 
1872-74, governor of the Leeward 
ishinds from 1874. 
Berks, archdeacon of (Oxf.) ; vide A. 

Pott. 
Bernard, vise (eld. s. ofearlof Bandon). 
James Francis Bernard; b. 1850: ex- 
lieut. Cork militia. 

Castle Bernard, Bandon, Cork. 
Bernard, bp. ; vide Toam. 
Bernard, hon. and rev. Charles ; vide 

Tuam. 
Bernard, hon. Henry Boyle, s. of 2 
carl of Bandon; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of lieut- 
gen. C. Turner, col. 19 ft.: m.a. Oxon., 
M.p. (c.) Bandon 1863-68, coL south 
Cork mihtia fh)m 1854. 
Carlton ; Coohnain Castle, Cork. 
Bernard, hon. mrs. William Smyth, 
dr. of col. Edward Gillman, Clancoole, 
Coric; m. hon. William Smyth Bernard, 
(rf.y; M.p. Bandon 1857-63. 
The Farm, Bandon, Cork. 
Bernard, lady Catherine, dr. of 2 earl 

ofBandon;b. 1813. 
Bernard, lady Louisa, b. 1841 ; lady 
Charlotte, b. 1843 ; hidy Emma, b. 
1844; lady Kathleen, b. 1853, drs. of 3 
earl of Bandon. 
Bernard, rt hon. Montague, D.aL., 
P.C., s. of Charles Bernard, Jamaica; b. 
1830: M.A. Oxon., fellow of All Souls' 
Coll^ie, called to the bar at Lincoln's 
inn 1844, Chichele professor of inter- 
national law at Oxford imivermty 
1859-74, assessor to the universi^ 
1859-71, a member of the judicial com- 
mittee of the privy council ftom 1871. 
Overross, moss, Herefordshire, 
Bernard, Hewett, cm.g. ; called to the 
Canadian bar, dep.-minister of justltie, 
Canada. 
Ottau?a. 
Bernard, col. Thomas, s. of col. Thomas 
Bernard, m.p., by sis. of 3 earl of 
Donoughmore; b. 1816; ex-capt. 12 
lancers, Iieut.-col. King's co. militia 
1855-71, hon. coL from 1871, hi^h 
sheriff of King's co. 1837, lord-lieut. 
from 1867. 

Carlton ; Castle Bernard, Kmstetty^ 
King^s CO. 
Bemen, 7 baroness (1455). Emma 
(WilBon) Tyrwhitt, b. 1835 ; m. sir 
Thomas Tyrwhitt, 3 bart. 

Ashicetuhorpe Hall. Wynumdham^ 
Norfolk; Stanley Hall, BridgenoHh. 



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Barney, sir Henry Hanson, 9 bart. 
(1620), b. 1843; m. dr. of rev. Andrew 
Bloxam, Twycroes, Leicester : ll.b. 
Cantab. 

Kirby Beadon, Nortcich ; 2 CastU 
Street f £eaumaris, 
Bemey, dow.-lady Agnes, dr. of Tbos. 

Peck ; m. sir Hanson Bemey, 8 bart. 
Berriedftle, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
(Caithness). George Philips Alexander 
Sinclair, b. 1858. 
Bertie, baron (eld. s. of eai-1 of Linde- 

sey). 
Bertie, hon. and rev. Alberic, s. of 6 
earl of Abingdon ; b. 1846 : m.a. Oxon., 
curate of St. Paul, Middkeboro^ Yorks, 
Bertie, hon. Charles, s. of 6 earl of 
Abingdon; b. 18dl : lieut. royal Berks 
niiHtm 1871-74, lieut. 47 ft. 
Bertie, hon. Francis Leveson, s. of 6 
earl of Abingdon ; b. 1844 : a clerk in the 
foreign office, private sec. to under-sec. 
for foreign affairs (hon. B. Bourke) 
from 1874. 
Bertie, capt. hon. Geoi^ Anbrey, s. of 
6 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1850: lieut. cold- 
stream guards. 

Guards* ; Wytham Abheyy Oxford, 

Bertie, hon. and rev. Henry William, 

i>.c.L.,s. of 5 earl of Abingdon ;b. 1812: 

ileliow of All Souls', Oxford, rector from 

1844 of Great Ilford, Essex (480/.) ; 

New University Club. 

Bertie, hon. Montagu C^harles, s. of 

lord Norreys ; b. 1860. 
Bertie, hon. Montagu Peremne, s. of 
9 earl of Lindesey; b. 181o ; m. dr. of 
rev. John Earle Welby, Hareston, Lei- 
cester : dep.-lieut. of Ijncolnshire, ex- 
capt. grenadier guards. Heirpres. to his 
brother. 

Uffington House, Stamford. 
Bertie, hon. Eeginald, s. of 6 earl of 

Abingdon ; b. 1856. 
Bertie, hon. Mary, b. 1859 ; hon. Alice, 

b. 1865; hon. , b. 1873, drs. of lord 

Norreys. 
Bertie, lady Cliarlotte Maraaret, dr. of 

5 eaii of Abingdon ; b. 1809. 
Bertie, lady Elizabeth, b. 1838 ; kdy 
Lavinia, b. 18^3; lady Frances, b. 1844, 
drs. of 6 earl of Abingdon. 
18 Grosvenor Street, W, 
Bertie, lady Creorgina, dr. of countess 
of Antrim and lord Mark Kerr ; b. 1806 ; 



m. hon. and rev. Frederick Bertie (rf.), 
M.A., rector of AlbuT)', Oxon. 

Weston Manor, Bicester, Oxfordshire, 

Berwick, 6 baron (1784). William Noel 
Noel-Hill; b. 1802: dep.-lieut. Salop, ex- 
licut.-col. 73 ft., ex-Iieut.-col. Shrop- 
shire militia, hon. col. 1 Shropshire 
rifle volunteers from 1862. 

Carlton ; Artny and Navy ; Atting- 
ham House, Shretcsbury, 

Berwick, dow.-lady. Sophie, dr. of 
Mens. Dubouchet, Switzerland ; m. 6 
baren Berwick. 

Bessborougk, 5 earl of (1739), John 
George Brabazon Ponsonby, p.c. ; b. 
1809; m. 1. dr. of earl of Durham; 2. dr. 
of 5 duke of Richmond ; 2nd tit. vise. 
Ihmcannon ; sits as baren Ponsonby 
(1794): M.p. Bletchingley, Higham 
Ferrars, and Derby 1831-47, master of 
the buckhounds 1848-52, 1852-58, 
1859-66, lord steward of the household 
in 1866, 1868-74, lord-Ueut. of Carlow 
from 1838. 

Brooks* ; Bessborottgh House, Kil- 
kenny ; TarrvhilL Carlow ; 40 Charles 
Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

Beit, hon. Frederick Bamewall, s. of 2 
baron Wynford ; b. 1827 ; m. 1. dr. of 
Francis Hart Dyke ; 2. dr. of Henry 
Northcote, Crediton, and widow of capt. 
H. Crosse, 59 ft. : ex-capt. Bengal fusi- 
liers, served in the Indian mutiny, one 
of the corps of gentlemen-at-arms from 
1867. 

Best, hon. Henry Molynenx, s. of 2 
baron Wynford ; b. 18<J9. 

Junior Carlton; 7 Connaught Sq., 
Hyde Park, W. 

Beft, capt. hon. Robt Rainy, s. of 2 
baron Wynford ; b. 1834 ; m. dr. of T. A. 
Swaysland, Crawley, Sussex: ex-capt. 
grenadier guards, sec. to the general 
Umd drainage and improvement com- 
pany. 

Junior Carlton ; Crofton Lodae, Ste- 
venage, Herts ; 22 Whitehall Place, 
S.W. 

Bett, hon. mrs. Samuel, dr. of col. 
Charles Duke; m. hon. and rev. canon 
Samuel Best (</.), rector of Abbotts- Ann, ' 
Hants. 
Betkell, hon. Albert Victor, a. of 2 

baron Westbury ; b. 1864. 
Bethell, hon. Arthur John, s. of 2 

baron Westbury ; b. 1860. 
Bethell, hon. Edward Alexander, s. of 
2 baron "Westbury ; b. 1855. 

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Bethell, hon. Kichard Luttrell, eld. s. 
of 2 baron Westbury; b. 1852: lieut. 9 ft. 

^ethell, hon. Slingsbj, s. of 1 baron 
Westbury ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of William J. 
Chaplin, M.p. : readinic clerk and clerk of 
private committees of the house of peers 
from I860. 

18 Queen's Gate Terrace^ South Ken- 
sington ; St. Anne*s Cottage^ Ryde, Isle 
of Wight, 

3ethell, hon. Walter, s. of 1 baron 
Westbury; b. 1842: b.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1868. 

Grafton; 3 Stone BuudingSy Lin- 
coln's Inn, 

Bethell, hon. Florence Ellinor, b. 1853 ; 
hon. Ada Natalie, b. 1858, drs. of 2 
baron Westbury. 

Bethnne, bp. ; vide Toronto. 

Betbnne, sir John Trotter Lindesay, 
2 bart. (1836), b. 1827; m. dr. of mens. 
Duval, Bordeaux : ex-lieut. 91 ft., dep.- 
lieut of Fifeshire. 

Union ; Kilconquhar^ Fife, 

Bathnne, dow. -lady Lindesay-. Coutt^ 
dr. of John Trotter, of Dyrham Park, 
Herts; m. gen. sir Henry Lindcsay- 
Bethune, 1 bart. 

13 Prince's Gardens, Knightsbridge, 
8.W. 

Bathnne) adm. Charles Ramsay Drink- 
water, C.B., 8. of lieut. -col. Jolm Drink- 
water ; b. 1802; m. dr. of H. £. Stables, 
Claphiim: dep. -lieut. of Fife, served in 
New South Wales and in China, assis- 
tant to the hydrographer of the admi- 
ralty 1846-49, member of the harbour 
and railway department 1850-53. 

United Service ; 19 Cromwell Road, 
South Kensington ; Batfour, Fife, 

Beville, coL Henry, c.b. : commanded 
the left wing of the Belooch battalion in 
the Rohilcund campaign, and 1 Be- 
looch regiment in the Abyssinian expe- 
dition, commanding 27 Bombay native 
infantary from 1860. 
Kurrachee. 

Beytagh, hon. mrs. Sarah, dr. of 1 
baron Ffi^nch; b. 1790; m. Edward 
James Bej-tagh (rf.), Cappagh, Galway. 

Biokerfteth, bp. ; vide Ripon. 

Bickertteth, archd. Edward, d.b., bro. 
of bp. Bickersteth of Ripon ; b. 1814 : 
M.A. Cantab., hon. canon of Christ- 
church, Oxford, prolocutor of the lower 
house of convocation for pro^'ince of 



Canterbury, archd. of Buckingham from 
1853, vicar ot Aylesbury, Bucks (360/.). 

Biddle, maj. -gen. William : formerly in 
the Madras army. 

Biddeoombe, capt. sir (jeoi^ lUN., 
C.B. : ex-master of the fleet. 

4 Leben VUlas, GranviUe Fork, 
Blackheath, S.K 

Biddolph, sir Theophilus William, 7 
bart. (1664), b. 1830 ; m. dr. of 17 barcm 
Somerville: m.a. Oxon., dcp.-lieut. of 
Warwickshire, major 2 Warwickshire 
militia 1855-58, lieut. War\>'ickshire 
yeomanry from 1861. 

Junior Carlton; Birdingbury HaU^ 
Rugby. 

Biddnlph, lieut. -^n. sir Thomas Myd- 
dleton-, K.C.B., s. of Robert BidduJ^h, 
of Ledbury, Hereford ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. of 
Fred. C. W. Se}'mour : extra equerry to 
the Queen, receiver-gen. of the duchy 
of Cornwall from 1866, keeper of the 
Queen's privy purse firom 1867: lady 
Biddulph is hon. bedchamber woman to 
the Queen. 

United Service ; Ambassadors' Courts 
St. Jameis Palace. 

Biddnlpli, col. Michael Anthony Shrap 
nell, K.A., C.B., s. of rev. T. S. Biddulph, 
of Amroth Castle, prebendary ot Brecon , 
b. 1821 ; m. Eatherine Stoniati-Mavro- 
michaele : dep.-adjt.-gcn. in Bengal 
from 1868. 

Biddolph, Michael, eld. s. of Robert 
Biddulph, of LedbuiT ; b. 1834 ; m.dr. of 
gen. rt. hon. Jonathan and lady Alice 
Peel : dep. -lieut. of Herefordshire, part- 
ner in Cocks, Biddulph, and Co., bankers, 
M.p. (l.) Herefordshire ftx)m 1865. 

Reform, Brooks' ; Ledbury ^ Hereford ; 
31 Katon Place, S.JF.; 43 Charistg 
Cross. 

Bidwell, lady Selina, dr. of 3 earl of 
(Hanwilliam; b. 1831 ; m. 1. Granville 
Edward Harcourt Vernon, m.p. ; 2. John 
Bidwell (rf.), senior clerk in the foreign 
office 1859-70. 

91 Onslow Sqwire, South Kensing- 
ton, S. W. \ 

Biggar, Joseph Gillis, s. of Joseph 
Biggar, Tramfield House, chairman of 
the Ulster bank ; b. 1828 ; chairman of 
the Belfast water commission 1869-72, 
town councillor of Belfast 1871, m.p. 
(h.r.) Cavan fh)m 1874. 
Trainfeld House, Belfast, 

Bignold, sir Samuel, b. 1791 ; m. dr. 
{d.) of Wm. Atkins, Ridlington, Norfolk : 

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dep.-lieut. Norfolk, m.p. Norwich 1865- 
67, mayor of Norwich 1833, 1848, 1863, 
1872, secretary to the Norwich union 
fire and life assurance company. 
Carlton ; Surrey Street, Norwich, 

Bingha m, lord (eld. s. of earl of Lucan). 
Geoii^e Bingham, h. 1830; m. lady 
Cecilia, dr. of 5 duke of Bichmond : ex- 
Ueut.-col. Coldstream guards, served in 
the Crimean war as aide-de-camp to lord 
Lucan, knight of the legion of nonour, 
and of the Medjidic, m.p. (c.) Mayo 
1865-74. 

Whites, UnUed Service; 32 Portland 
Place, 

Bingham, hon. Albert Edward, s. of 
lord Bingham ; b. 18G6. 

Bingham, hon. Albert Yelverton, s. of 

3 baron Clanmorris ; b. 1840 ; m. dr. of 
James Begbie, m.d. Edinburgh. 

Bingham, hon. Alexander, s. of lord 

Bingham ; b. 1864. 
Bingham, hon. Bentinck Yelverton, 

8. of 4 baron Clanmorris ; b. I860. 
Bingham, hon. Barton Percy, s. of 4 

baron Clanmorris ; b. 1863. 
lingham, hon. Cecil Edward, s. of lord 

Bingham; b. 1861. 
Bingham, hon. Denis Arthur, s. of 3 

baron Clanmorris ; b. 1829 ; m. Eugenie 

Gabrielle de Lacretelle, of Burgundy. 
Bingham, hon. Francis Richard, s. of 

lord Bingham ;b. 1863. 
Bingham, hon. Geoi^ge Charles, eld. s. 

of lord Bingham ; b. 1860. 
Bingham, hon. Henry Charles, s. of 3 

baron Clanmorris ; b. 1834. 
Bingham, hon. John Geor^, eld. s. of 

4 baron Clanmorris ; b. 18o2 : ex.-lieut. 
South Mavo militia, ex-lieut. 28 ft., 
lieut. rifle brigade. 

Bingham, hon. Richard, s. of 3 earl of 
Lucan ; b. 1847 : lieut. royal navy. 

Bingham, hon. Isabella, dr. of 3 baron 
Clanmorris ; b. 1843. 

Bingham, hon. Rose, dr. of 4 baron 
Clanmorris ; b. 1858. 

Bingham, hon. Rosaline, dr. of lord 
Bingham ; b. 1869. 

Bingham, lady Cecilia ; b. 1838 ; vide 
lord Biogham. 

Bingham, coL George William Powlett, 
C.B., 8. of capt. Arthiu* Bingham, r.n. ; 
lu. dr. of col. Cox Bingham, r.a. : served 
in the Persian campaign 1856-67, and 
in the Indian mutiny, lieut. -col. half- 



pay 64 ft., commanding 41 brigade 
depdt at Reading from 1873. 
Meading ; The Vines, Rochester, 

Binney, bp. ; vide Nova Scotia. 

Biiming, lord (eld. s. of earl of Had- 
dington) . George Baillie Hamilton Arden, 
b. 1866. 

Bin8tead»rear-adm. Cheeseman Henry ; 
b. 1797 ; m. dr. of John Fulleck, Lip- 
hook, Hants: agent for transports afloat. 
1828-34, assisting in shifting the naval 
establishment from Gibraltar to Malta. 

Biroh, sir Thomas Bernard, 2 bart 
(1831) ; b. 1791: m.a. Cantab., called to 
the bar 1817, de|}. -lieut. of Lancashire, 
and high sheriff in 1841, m.p. Liverpool 
1847-62. 

Reform, Brooks^ ; The Hades^ Pres' 
cot, Lancashire, 

Biroh, maj.-gen. Walter : served with 
a wing 01 the 7 Bengal native infantry 
in the Southall rebellion 1866-66, in the 
Indian mutinv at the defence of the 
Lucknow redaency, retired on full pay 
as lieut.-col. 104 ft. 

Biroh, lieut. -gen. sir James HolweU, 
K.C.B., s. of R. Comyns Birch, Ben^ 
civil service ; b. 1803 ; m. 1. di*. of maj.- 
gen. sir Jeremiah Bryant ; 2. Mary, dr. 
of capt. George Burden: judge-advocate- 
gcn. in India 1841-62, served in the 
Sutlej and Punjab campaigns 1846-49, 
secretary to the government of India in 
the mifitarv department 1862-62, re- 
tired on fuU pay as maj.-gen. Bengal 
inf. 

Oriental. 

Bird, vice-adm. Edward Joseph, s. of 
rev. Godfrey Bird, rector of Little Wal- 
tham, Essex ; b. 1798 ; sailed on a voyage 
of discovery to the southern seas, dis- 
covering Victoria Land 1840-43, and in 
1849 accompanied sir J. C. Ross in quest 
of the missing Franklin expedition. 

Birdwood, lieut. -gen. William Ilbert, 
R.B : retired on full pay as col. royal 
Madras engineers. 
Glenbume, Bideford, 

Birkbeok, hon. mrs. Manr, dr. of 1 
baron Hylton ; b. 1845 ; m. Edward Birk- 
beck (s. of Henry Birkbeck, Keswick 
Hall, Norfolk), dep.-lieut. of Norfolk. 

Arthur's; 10 Upper Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square; Horstead Hall, 
Norfolk. 

Birley, Hugh, s. of J. Birley, of Ford 
Bank, d.l. Lancashire ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. 

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of J. Baxendale, Woodside, Middlesex : 
educated at Winchester, chainnan of the 
national education union, jpartner in the 
firm of Mackintosh and Co., m.p. (c.) 
Manchester from 1868. 

Carlton ; Moorland, WUhinffton, 
Maneheiter ; 83 Cannon Street, E.C 

Birrell, lieut.-gen. David : served at 
the capture of Mauritius 1810, in the 
Nepaul and Sutlej campaigns. Bengal 
infantry. 

Bifhop, maj.-gcn. George William : 
Bengal infantrj*. 

Bifset, mai.-gen. John Jarvis, c.B., s. 
of capt. Alex. Bisset. r.n., and grandson 
of rev. Dr. Alexander Bisset, Croydon ; 
b. 1819 ; m. dr. of Dr. Morgan, 6i5 ft. : 
dep.- assistant - quartermaster - gen. in 
Kaffir war 1845-47, ex-lieut.-col. Cape 
mounted rifles, brigade-maj. at Gibraltar 
1869-73. 

Biishopp, lady. Mary, dr. of rear-adm. 
Taylor, Brazilian navy ; m. sir Edward 
Cecil Bisshopp, 11 bart. (extinct). 
9 Palaife tfate, Kenaingtony Jr, 

Biithopp, lad^. Mary Bickerton, dr. of 
rear-adm. sir James Hillyar, k.c.b., 
K.c.H. ; m. 1. rev. sir Cecil Augustus 
Bisshopp. 9 bart. ; 2. Walter Long (<?.), 
of Rood Ashton, Wilts, m.p. 

BitUetton, sir Adam, s. of A. Bittles- 
ton, Mar}*port^umberland; b. 1818; m. 
dr. of George H. Heppel : called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1841, judge of 
the high court at Madras 1858-72. 

BlMhford, 1 baron (1871). Frederic 
Rogers, k.c.m.o., p.c. ; b. 1811 ; m. sis. 
of rt. hon. sir James Colvile : m.a. and 
B.C.L. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1840, under secretary for 
the colonies 1860-71. 

Athenaum ; Blaehford, Irpbridpe, 
Devon. 

BlachfiDrd, m^'.-gen. Augustus George : 
served in the Punjab campaign 1848-49, 
retired on full pay as lieut.-col. 24 ft. 

Black, maj.-gen. Bladen West, B.A. : 
retired on fi3l pay as col. royal Madras 
artillery. 

Black, Henry, c.b. ; formerly jndjge of 
vice-admiralty court, Quebec. 

Black, maj.-gen. James : ex-lieut.-col. 
Bombay staff corps, served in the South 
Mahratta campaign 1844-45, political 
agent at Mahee Eanta 1859-74. 

Blackborn, sir Colin, s. of J. Black- 
bum, Eilleam ; b. 1813 : m.a. Cantab., 



called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1838, justice of the queen's bench 1859. 
Judges* Chambers, Serjeanfe Inn, 
Chancery Lane; l^Frinc^e Gardens, 
Kensington, S. W. ; Doonholm, Ayr. 

Blaokett, sir Edward, 6 bart. (1678), b. 
1805; m. 1. dr. of sir Charles Monk, 
bart. ; 2. dr. of sir W. Loraine, bari^ and 
widow of W. H. Orde, m.p. : dep.-heut. 
of Northumberland, and high sheriff in 
1833, ex-lieut. 1 life guards. 

Carlton ; Matfen Hall, Northumber- 
land; 34 Portman Square. 

Blackctt, hon. mrs. Julia, dr. of 17 
baron Somerville ; b. 1844 ; m. col. Ed- 
ward William Blackett (eld. s. of rir E. 
Blackett), knight of the legion of honour, 
maj. half-pay rifle brigade. 

I Carlisle Street, Victoria Street, 
S.W. 

Blackwood, sir Francis, 4 bart. (1814), 
b. 1838; m.' 1. dr. of B. S. Pahner, 
Merrion Square, Dublin ; 2. dr. of rev. 
Edward H. Quieke, vicar of Newton St. 
Cyres, Devon : commander royal navy. 
Royal Naval Club. 

Blackwood, hon. Ian Basil Hamilton-, 
s. of 1 earl of Duff)»rm ; b. 1870. 

Blackwood, hon. Terence John Hamil- 
ton-, s. of 1 earl of Dufferin ; b. 1866. 

Blackwood, hon. mrs. William Steer 
Hamilton. Eliza, dr. ofB. Hamilton, 
Clonsilla, Dublin ; m. hon. and rev. 
William Steer Hamilton-Blackwood {d.) , 
vicar of Ballinderry, Antrim. 

II Clarendon Square, Leamington. 
Blackwood, lady Alicia, sis. of 8 earl 

of Cavan; m. rev. James Stevenson 

Blackwood, ll.d., d.d., ^-icar from 

1856 of Middleton I\/as, Richmond, 

Yorkshire (705/.) 
Blackwood, lady Amelia, sis. of 6 earl 

of Essex ; b. 1811 ; m. hon^ Henry 

Stevenson Blackwood (rf.). 
4 Cadogan Place, Shane Street, S. IT. 
Blackwood, lady Helen, b. 1865 ; ladj 

Hermione, b. 1869; lady Victoria, b. 

1873, drs. of 1 earl of Duflferin. 
Blaikie, lady. A^es, dr. of Alexander 

Dingwall, Banmeston, Aberdeen; m. 

sir Thomas Blaikie (d.), five times 

provost of Aberdeen. 
Kingseat, Aberdeen; 13 ^Stafford 

Terrace, Campden Hill, Kensington, 7F. 
Blair, sir EdwardHunter, 4bart. (1786), 

b. 1818 ; m. dr. of George Wauchope : 

dep.-lieut. of Wigtonshire and Ayr-^ 



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shire, ex-lieut 93 ft., maj. -commandant 
1 Arrshire rifle volunteers 1867-73. 

Carlton ; Blairquhan CastU, Girvan^ 
Ayr ; Ihmskey Moute, Wigton. 
Blair, hon. mrs. Eleanore Jane, dr. of 
1 Imron Moncrieff; b. — ; m. Patrick 
Blair, admitted k writer to the signet in 
Edinburgh I860, partner in the firm of 
Hunter, Blair and Cowan, 7 York 
Haee; 
19 Ainslie Fiacfy Edinburgh, 
Blake, sir Henry Charles, 4 bart. (1772), 
b. 1794; m. 1. dr. of Wm. Whitters, 
Midhurst ; 2. dr. of sir Thomas Pilking- 
ton, bart., and widow of rev. G. A. 
Dawson. 

AshJSeld Zodge, Bury St. Edmtmda ; 
Groton Hotdse, Boxford^ Sttfblk, 
Blako, sir Thomas Edward, 13 bart. 
0622), b. 1805 ; m. dr. of UUck O'Brien, 
Waterriew, Gralway: dep.-lieut. of Gal- 
way. 
Menlough CaatlCy Galtcay. 
Blaka, adm. Patrick John, s. of sir 
James Henry Blake, 3 bart ; b. 1800 : 
served in Chmese campaign 1840. 
ThurstoHy Bury St. £dmund», 
Blako, major-gen. Henry William : 
served in the insurrection in Canada 
1837, and in Golcondah rebellion 1848, 
commanding Hyderabad subsidiary 
force. Madras infantry. 
Blakeney, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 5 
vise. Ashbrook; b. 1832; m. maior 
Bobert Blakeney (second son of J. H. 
Bbikeney, Castle JBlakeney, Galway), 
ex 48 ft., served in the Crimea and*m 
the Indian mutiny, aide-de-camp and 
military secretary to sir £. Blakeney 
in Irelimd 1849-^, a Queen's messenger 
1862-65. 
Blaketley, Yerj rev. dean Joseph 
Williams, s, of John Blakesley, mer- 
. chant, London: b.d. Cantab., dean of 
lincoln 1872 (2,000/.) 
The Deanery^ Lincoln, 
Blakiaton, sir Matthew, 4 bart. (1763), 
b. 1811: M.A. Dublin, ex-lieut. Staf- 
fordshire yeomanry. 
SandybfookeHallj Ashbourne, Derby. 
Bland, archd. Geoi^ : m.a. Cantab., 
canon of Durham (1,000/.) archd. of 
Northumberland frmn 1853 (213/.) 
TJu College, Durham. 
Blaadford, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Marlborough). George Charles Spencer 
Churchill; b. 1844 ; m. dr. of 1 duke of 
Abercom : ex-lieut. royal horse guards. 



Blane, col. sir Seymour John, c.b., 3 
bart. (1812), b. 1833: ex-Ucut.-col. 
Scots fusilier guards, knight of the 
Medjidie, military secretary and aide- 
de-camp to the governor-general of 
India 1862-68. 

Whittle, Guards* ; The Tiutitres, 
Mickleorer, Derby; Blanrjield, May- 
bole, Ayrshire. 

Blane, dow.-lady. Eliza, dr. of John 
Armit, Dublin ; m. sir Hugh Sej-mour 
Blane, 2 bart. 

•fBlantyre, 12 baron (1606). Charles 
Walter Stuart, b. 1818; m. dr. {d.) of 2 
duke of Sutherland : dep.-lieut. of Ken- 
frewshire, and of Lanarkshire. 

Travellers'; Lennoxlove, Hadding- 
ton ; Erskine House, Glasgow; Blan- 
tyre, Renfrew ; 41 Berkeley Square. 

Blantyre, master of (eld. s. of baron 
Blant\Te). Walter Stuart ; b. 1851 : 
capt. Haddington and Berwick art. miL 
from 1874. 

Blantyre, dow.-ladv. Fanny, dr. of 
capt. hon. John fiodney, r.n^ chief 
secretary to the government of Ceylon ; 
b. 1792 ; m. 11 baron Blantyre. 

Bleekley, surgeon-major Thomas Mac- 

, dougall, M.D., C.B. : served in the Crimea 
with 14 ft., and in the Ashantee expe- 
dition 1874. 

Blennerhaifat, Rowland Ponsonby, s. 
of Richard Francis Blennerhasset. of 
Kells (grandson of sir Rowland Blen- 
nerhasset, 1 bart.) ; b. 1850 : m.a. Dub- 
lin and Oxon., a magistrate for Kerry, 
M.p. (H.B.) K6ny from 1872. 

Be/orm; Kells, Cahirciveen, Kerry; 
33 St. James Square, S. W. 

Blennorhaaaet, sir Rowland, 4 bart 
(1809), b. 1839; m. dr. of count de 
Leyden : dep.-lieut. of Kerr)', and high 
sheriff in 1866, m.p. (l.) Galway 
1865-74. 

Boodle^ s; Churehtown, Killamey; 
Blennerville, Tralee. 

Bligh, hon. Arthur Frederick, s. of 6 
earl of Damley ; b. 1865. 

Bliffh, hon. and rev. Edward Vesey, a. 
of 5 earl of Damley ; b. 1829 : m. lady 
Isabella, dr. of 4 earl of Abergavenny : 
attach^ at Hanover and Berlin 1850-53, 
lieut. west Kent yeomanry 1853-54, 
chaplain to that corps 185o, rector of 
Rotherfield 1856-65, vicar, from 1865, 
of Birling. Maidstone, Kent (400/.) ; 
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31ig]i| hon. and rev. Henry, s. of 6 
earl of Damley; b. 1834; m. dr. of 
col. Henry Armj'tage, Broomhill Bank, 
Kent : m.a. Oxon., vicar of Nettlebed, 
Henley-on-Thames 1866-74, and from 
1874 of Abingdon, Berks; 
The Hall, Rotherjield, Sussex. 

Bligh, hon. Ivo Francis, s. of 6 earl of 
Damley ; b. 1859. 

Bligh, lady Edith Louisa, b. 1853 ; lady 
Kathleen, b. 1864; lady Alice, b. 1860; 
lady Mary Rose, b. 1868 ; lady Constance 
Violet, b. 1869, drs. of 6 earl of Damley. 

Bligh, lady Isabella ; vicle hon. and 
rev. Edward Vesey Bligh. 

Bhgh, hon. lady. Julia, dr. of rev. 
I^ancis and lady Catherine Brownlow ; 
m. hon. sir John Duncan Bligh, 
D.C.L., K.c.B. (d.), minister at the 
Hague, Stockholm and Hanover 1829-66. 
Shomclife Lodge, Sandgate, 

Blissett, Henry Frederick, o.m.o. : dep.- 
commissary-gen. on the Gold Coast, and 
had charge of the stores in the Volta 
expedition under sir John Glover 1874. 

Bloifl, sir John Ralph, 8 bart. (1686), b. 
1830 ; m. dr. of capt. Alfred Chapman, 
K.N. : dep.-lieut. of Suffolk and high 
sheriff in 1862, ex-lieut. royal navy. 

Conservative; Coekjiela Hall, Yox- 
ford, Suffolk; 6 Queen's OaU Place, 
Kensington. 

Blomefield, rev. sir Thomas Eardley 
Wihnot, 3 bart. (1807), b. 1820; m. 1. 
dr. of gen. sir Peregrine Maitland, 
a.c.B. ; 2. dr. of rev. J. D'Arcy Preston : 
M.A. Cantab., incumbent of All Saints*, 
Pontefract 1859-73. 
Holaate Lodge, Hemsvoorth, Pontefraet. 

Bloomneld, 2 baron (1825). John 
Arthur Douglas Bloomfield, o.c.B., p.c; 
b. 1802 ; m. dr. of 1 baron Biavensworth : 
ex-Ueut coldstaeam guards, dep.-lieut. 
of Tipperary, ambassador to Russia 
1844, Prussia 1860, Austria 1860-71. 

Travellers'; Loughton, Monepgall, 
King's CJountv; Ciainhaltha, Newport, 
Tipperary; 16 Holland Park, Notting 

mil, W. 
Bloomfield, lient.-^en. sir John, k.a., 
O.C.B., 8. of Patnck Bloomfield, Sligo; 
b. 1793: served in the Peninsula and 
at Waterloo, ex-aide-de-camp to the 
Queen, ex-inspcctor-gen. of artillery, 
col. -commandant B brigade royal horse 
artillery at Aldershot. 

United Service; 108 Jenngn Street, 
S.W. 



Blosfa, sir Robert Lynch, 10 bart. 
(1622) ; b. 1825 ; m. kdy Harriet, dr. of 
2 marq. of Sligo: m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Mayo, and high sheriff in 1S47. 
Brooks* ; Athavallie, Balla, Mayo, 

Blotse, lady Harriet ; vide sir Robert 
Lynch Blosse. 

Blosse, dow.-lady. Elizabeth, dr. of 1 
baron Plunket; b. 1799; m. rev. sir 
Francis Lynch Blosse, 9 bart. 
Ballybraek, Dublin. 

Blosse, archd. Henry Lynch, s. of .sir 
Robert Lynch Blosse, 8 bart.; b. 1818'; 
m. dr. of rev. Robert Knight, of Tythcjgs- 
ton: M.A. Dublin, canon of Llandair 
(350/.), archd. of Llandaff from 1859, 
vicar of Newca8tle•with-Bett\^•s, Gla- 
morganshire, from 1839 (438/.) 
Newcastle, Bridgend. 

Bloimt, sir Edward, D.C.L., 8 hart. 
(1642). b. 1795; m. cousin, dr. of Ed- 
ward Blount, M.p. : dep.-lieut. of Wor- 
cestershire, and high sheriff in 1856. 

Arthur's; Sodington, Worcester; 
Mawleg Hall, Cleobury-Mortimer, Sa^ 
lop, 

Bloimt, Edward, c. b. : consul at Paris 
fit>m January to March, 1871. 

Bloimt, lady Charlotte^ dr. of 11 duke 
of Somerset; b. 1803; m. William 
Blount, b. 1799, educated at Stony- 
hurst, called to ike bar at Gray*8 Inn 
1833, dep.-lieut. of Butks, m.p. Totnes 
1839-40. 

Reform; Orleton, Hereford; Orehi^ 
hill, Chalfont St. Peter, iiucks. 

Blnnden, sir John, S bart. (1776) ; b. 
1814 ; m. dr. of John Knox, Dublin : 
dep.-Ueut. of Kilkenny, called to the 
Irish bar 1840. 

Castle Blunden, Kilkenny. 

Blimt, sir Charles William, 6 bart. 
(1720), b. 1810 : m.a. Cantab., dep/- 
ueut. Sussex, and high sheriff in 
1873, called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple in 1835. 

University; Heathjield Park, Sus- 
sex ; 6 Warwick Street, Charwg 
Cross. 

Blnnt, archd. R. F. Lefevre : m.a. Can- 
tab., prebendary of Torit, chaplain to 
Lord Hotham, archd. of the East Riding 
of Yorkshire from 1873 (200/.), vicar of 
Scarborough (300/.) from 1864. 

Blimt, major-«3n. Charles Hairis, R.A., 
C.B., 8. of E. W. Blunt, Kempshott 
Park, Hants; b. 1825; m. dr. of col. 

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James Tod : served in the Sutlej cam- 
paign and in the Indian mutiny, retired 
on fall pay of lieut.-col. royal Bengal 
artillery. 

Eiut Iitdia; 35 Montagu Square ; 
KempshoU Farky Basingstoke. 

Slxint, lady Anne, dr. of 1 earl of 
Lovelace ; b. 1837 ; m. "William Scawen 
Blunt (8. of F. S. Blunt, Scrabbet, Sus- 
sex), b. 1840, attach^ at the Hague, 
Athens, Frankfort, and Madrid 1869-62. 
third secretary at Paris, Lisbon, ana 
Frankfort 18&4-65, second secretary at 
Buenos Ayres 1867, at Berne 1869-70. 
Crabbety Oraiclsi/, Sussex. 

Blunt, lady Florence, dr. of 5 marq. of 
Hertford ; b. 1845 (maid of honour to 
the Queen 1866-71) ; m. rev. James St. 
John Blunt (bro. or major-gen. Charles 
Harris Blunt, c.B.),M.A, Oxon., chaplain 
to the union at Windsor, honorary 
chaplain to the Queen and to St. George s 
Chapel from 1870, vicar from 1860 of 
Old Windsor^ Berks (270/.) 

Blunt, lady Susannah, dr. of 2 earl 
Nelson ; b. 1829 ; m. rev. Alexander Col- 
vin Blunt (s. of Edward Walter Blunt, 
Kempshott Park, Hants), b. 1831, M.A. 
Oxon., rector from I860 of Millorooky 
Southampton (616/.) 

Bocking, dean of ; vide H. Carrington, 
or R. T. Wheeler. 

Bodkin, lady. Sarah, dr. of J. J. Miles ; 
m. sir William Bodkin (^.), assistant- 
judpe at Middlesex sessions 1869-74. 
IFesthill, Highgate. 

Boevey, sir Thoma,s Hyde Crawley-, 6 
bart. (1784), b. 1837; m. dr. of rev. 
Thomas Peters, Eastington, Gloucester : 
ex-lieut. 69 ft. 

Flaxley Abbey^ Newnham, Glouoes' 
ter. 

BoHoau, sir Francis George Massing- 
ham, 2 bart. (1838), b. 1830; m. dr. of 
sir George Nugent, 2 bart. : called to the 
bar at Lincoln's Inn 1866, ex-lieut. Nor- 
folk artillery volunteers, maj. 3 Norfolk 
rifle volunteers from 1867. 

Brooks* ; Ketieringhatn Farh^ Wy- 
mondham; 20 Upper Brook Street , W. 

Boilean, maj. -gen. Francis Burton, R. A. , 
R. of Simeon Peter Boileau, cousin of 1 
bart. : retired on full pay as col. royal 
Bengal artillery. 

Boilean, m^.-gen. John Theophilus, 
K.E., P.R.8., 8. of John Theophilus Boi- 
leau, Dublin, bro. of 1 bart. : formerly in 



the Bengal engineers, chairman of the 
soldiers* daughters* home. 

31 Ladbrooke Square, Bayswater; 7 
Whitehall, S.W. 

Bolokow, Henry William Ferdinand, 
s. of H. Bolckow, of Mecklenburgh ; b. 
1806; m. 1. \i-idow of C. Hay; 2. dr. of 
J. Farrer, Halifax : dcp.-lieut. of north 
riding of Yorkshire, a magistrate for 
Durham and Middlesborough, an iron- 
master, the first mavorof Middlesborough 
in 1863, M.p. (l.) Middlesborough from 
1868. 

Reform; Morton Hall, Middles- 
borough; 33 Frinee's Gate, South Ken- 
sington. 

Bolingbroka, 6 vise. (1712), Henry St. 
John; b. 1820: dep.-Heut. WUts. 
Whites; Lydiard Fark, Swindon. 

Bologna, count Nicholas, k.o.m.o. 

Bolton, 3 baron (1797). William Heniy 
Orde-Pow^ett; b. 1818; m. dr. of coL 
Crawford, Ne^vfield, Ayr : dep.-lieut. of 
the north riding of Yorkshire. 

Carlton: Eacktvood Fark, Basing- 
stoke; Bolton Hall, Bedale; A&Frinc^s 
Gardens, S. IF. 

Bolton, col. William John, R. A., o.ito. : 
served in the Crimea, knight of the 
legion of honour and of the Medjidie, 
brigade-maj. in Canada from 1869. 

Bombay, 3 bp. of (1836), Henry Alex- 
ander Douglas, D.D., nephew of 6 marq. 
of QueensbeiTj- ; b. 1820 : M.A. Oxon.. 
dean of Capetown 1862-68, consecrated 
1868, value 2500/. 
Cumballa Hill, Bmnbay. 

Bompas, bp. ; vide Saskatchewan. 

Bonoampj, lady Maria, dr. of countess 
of Newburgh; b. 1826: m. cavaliere 
Boncamnj, of Perugia. 

Bond, lady Selina, dr. of 2 earl of 
Eldon; b. 1843; m. Nathaniel Bond 
(eld. s. of rev. N. Bond, Creech Grange, 
Wareham), b. 1840, m.a. Oxon. 
Holme, Wareham, Dorset. . 

Bonham, sir George Francis, 2 bart 
(1852) ; b. 1847; m. dr. of rt. hon. sir 
Andrew Buchanan: m.a. Oxon., third 
secretary at Vicuna. 
Junior Carlton. 

Bonham, Edward Walter, 0.6. : consul 
at Calais 18 -62, consul-gen. at Naples 
1862-72. 

36 Lansdowne Boad, Kensington 
Fark, W. 

Bonnor, dean Richard Bonnor Maurice, 
8. of John Bonnor, Brj-u-^ 

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1803; m. 1. dr. of Matthew Harrison, 
Croydon ; 2. dr. of "William Dempster, 
of Skibo ; 3. dr. of John Wood, Wor- 
thing: M.A. Oxon., chancellor of St. 
Asaph, dean of St. Asaph from 1859. 

JDryn-v-Gwaliey Oswestry ; Deanery 
Hoitse, iSt. Aaaph, 

Boxmycattle, lady. Frances, dr. of capt. 
William Johnstone, 70 ft. ; m. col. sir 
Bichard Henry Bonnycastle (d.) 

Bontine, hen. mrs. Anne, sis. of 14 
baron Elphinstone ; b. 1828 ; m. William 
Cunningnam Bontine, b. 1825, dep.- 
lieut. of Stirling. 

Brooks^ ; Ardoehy Cardrots ; OarU 
more Souse, Stirling. 

Boord, Thomas William, F.8.A., s. of 
Joseph Boord, Harefield Grove, Ux- 
bridge; b. 1838; m. Margaret, dr. of 
Thomas Mackinlay, f.s.a. : partner in 
Boord and Ck)mpany, distillers, m.p. (c.) 
Greenwich from 1873. 
Junior Carlton; 180 Belsize Road. 

Booth, rt. hon. George Sclater-, s. of 
W. Lutley Sclater; b. 1826 ; m. dr. of 
maj. George Birch, Clare Park, Hants : 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1851, assumed in 1857 the 
name of Booth, capt. Hants yeomanry, 
M.p. (c.) Hants North from 1857» sec- 
retary to the poor law board 1866-68, 
? resident local government board from 
874. 

Carltony University ; Hoddington 
Bouse, Oddiham, Hants; 74 St. 
Georges Square, S, W. 

Booth, sir Robert Gore-, 4 bart. (1760) ; 
b. 1805 ; m. 1. dr. of 1 vise. Lorton ; 2. 
dr. {d.) of Thomas Goold, master in 
chancenr, Dublin : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Sligo, high sheriff in 1830, and 
lord-lieut. from 1868, m.p. (c.) SUgo 
from 1850. 

Carlton; Lissadel, Carney, Sligo; 7 
Buckingham Gate, S. TF. 

Booth, sir Williamson, 2 bart. (1885), 
b. 1805 : dept.-lieut. Huntingdonshire, 
and Cambridgeshire, and high sheriff in 
1855. 

Windham; Woodbury Mall, Cam- 
bridge; Roydon Hall, Essex. 

Booth, James, c.b. : formerly secretary 
to the board of trade, member of the 
council and vice-president of Univer- 
sity College, London. 

2 Princess Gardens, Knightsbridge, 
S.W. 



Booth, William, o.b. : served in Spain 
with ar John Moore's army, in Portu- 
gal, in the Netherlands, dep.-commis- 
sary-gen. 1818-24, principal clerk of 
survey in Dublin 1824-56. 

17 Zansdoume Crescent, Cheltenham. 

Boothby, sir Brooke, 11 bart. (1660), 
b. 1856. 
Cropperdy, Oxon. 

Boothby, hon. mrs. Georgina, dr. of 3 
baron Suffield; b. 1816; m. 1. George 
Edward Anson ; 2. Charles Edward 
Boothby (nephew of sir W. Boothby, 8 
bart.), D. 1820, a commissioner of taxes, 
secretary to the president of the council 
^earl Granville and marq. of Lans- 
aowne) 1851-58, axe-bearer of her Ma- 
jesty's forest of Needwood. 

travellers' ; The New Lodge, Need- 
wood. Bur ton-on- Trent. 

Boothby, dow.-lady. Martha, dr. of rev. 
Charles Boothby, vicar of Sutterton, 
Lincoln ; m. rev. sir Brooke Boothby, 10 
bart. 

Boringdon, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Mor- 
ley). 

Borlato, rear-adm. John, c.b. ; b. 1812 ; 
m. dr. of W. Chads, Fareham, Hants : 
knight of the l^on of honour, and of 
the Medjidie. 

BoroQgh, sir Edward Richard, 2 bart. 
(1818}, b. 1800 ; m. dr. (d.) of 2 eari of 
Uowtn: dep.-lieut. of Dublin, ex-mau 
royal Dublm militia, head of Borougn 
and Co., army agents, College Green, 
Dublin. 

United Service ; Glenaveena, Howtk, 
Dublin ; 61 Fitzwilliam Square, Dub- 
lin. 

BorrowoB, sir Erasmus Dixon, 9 bart. 
(1645)^ b. 1831 ; m. dr. of col. Gteorge 
Hutchison, 97 ft. : ex-maj. 13 ft. 

Barretstown Castle. Kildare; JO/- 
dare-street Club, Dublin. 

Borrowet, dow.-ladv, Harriet, dr. of 
Henry Hamilton, of Ballymical, Meath ; 
m. rev. sir Erasmus Borrowes, 8 bait., 
rector of BaUjrroan, Queen's Co. 

Borrowes, hon. mrs. Louisa, dr. of 8 
baron Kilmaine; b. 1831; m. Bobert 
Hig^inson Borrowes, b. 1826, ex-capt. 
13 light dragoons, high sheriff of Kildare 
in 1853. 

Arthur's ; Gilltown, Newbridge, Kil- 
dare. 

*Borthwiok, 11 baron (1488). Cunning- 
ham Borthwick ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of T. 

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Hennitage Day. Rochester : a gtock- 
broker at Bartholomiew House, E.C. 

CarlUm; SoUray House, St, Andrew* Sy 
Fife ; 29 Hertford Street, Ma%ffair. 
Bortliwi&k, master of (eld. s. of baron 
Borthwick). hon. Archibald Patrick 
(Thomas Borthwick ; b. 1867. 
Borthwiek, hon. Gabrielle Margaret, 
b. 1866 ; hon. Alice RacheL b. 1868 ; 
hon. Violet, b. 1871, drs. or 11 baron 
Borthwick. 
Borton, nug.-gen. Arthur, c.b. : served 
with 9 ft. in the Affghanistan campaign, 
and with 27 ft. in the Crimea, knight of 
the legion of honour, and of the lledji- 
die, commanding the second infan^ 
brigade in Dublin 1867-70, the Mj^sore 
diTision in Madras from 1870. 
Jofcaw«n, hon. Evelyn Edw. Thomas, 
eld. 8. of 6 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1847 : 
cant Coldstream guards. 
2 Si. Jamvti Square, S. W, 
Sofleaw«n, hon. Hugh, s. of 6 vise. 
Fahnouth; b. 1849; m. kdy Mary, dr. 
of 4 earl FitrwilUam : ex-lieut. 1 life 
guards. 

WhU^s, BoedWe; 40 South Strut, 
Fark Lane, 
loM&wen, hon. Edward James, bro. of 

6 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1829. 
Boteaw«n, hon. John Richard de Clare, 

8. of 6 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1860. 
loM&wan, hon. and rev. John Towns- 
hcnd, bro. of 6 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1820 ; 
m. dr. of John Hearle Tremayne, Hedi- 
gan, Cornwall: m.a., chaplain to his 
cousin the 2 earl of Falmouth, rector 
from 1849 of Lamorran, Falmouth, 
ComwaU (200/0 / 
Oxford and Vamhridge. 
30M&W6ii,hon. Florence, b. 1822 ; hon. 
Gertrude, b. 1825, sisters of 6 vise. Fal- 
mouth. 
Boieawan, hon. Edith, b. 1851 ; hon. 
Mabel, b. 1855; hon. Mary, b. 1856, 
drs. of 6 vise. Falmouth. 
Boieawen, lady Mary ; vide hon. Hugh 

Boscawen. 
Boitoek, John Ashton, m.d., c.b. : 
served at the battle of Punniar 1843, 
and in the Crimea at Alma and Inker- 
man, knight of the legion of honour, 
hon. surgeon to the Queen frxnn 1859, 
surgeon-maj. Scots fudlier guards from 

54 Cheeter Square, Fimlieo, S. W. 



Bofton, 5 baron (1761). Florance Geoi^ 
Henry Lrby ; b. 1837 ; m. dr. of 3 baron 
de Saumarez : dep.-lieut. of Ai^lesea, 
capt. Bucks militia 1855-60, capt. 4 
Berks rifle volunteers 1860-62. 

Carlton; Hedsor Lodge, Maidenhead; 
Hanidan, Anglesea ; The Grange, 
Hiteham, Taplow, Bucks, 

Boiton, dow.-lady. Caroline, dr. of 3 
baron de Saumarez ; b. 1839 ; m., as his 
second wife, 4 baron Boston. 

12 Wilton Crescent, Belgrave Square, 

Boirille, hon. mrs., Harriet, sis. of 8 
baron Middleton ; b. 1825 ; m. Godfrey 
Wentworth Bosville (rf.). 

Thorpe and Gunthwaite, KudsUnc, 
Bridlington, 

Boswall, col. sir George Augustus Fre- 
derick Houston-, 2 hart. (1836), s. of 
gen. Houston, o.c.B. ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. 
and heir of T. Boswall, Blackadder: 
dep.-lieut. of Berwickshire, ex-Iieut.- 
col. grenadier guards. 

Traveller^, United Service; Blacks 
adder, Chimside, Bertcick-on- Tweed, 

Bofwell, lady. Jessie, dr. of sir James 
Montgomery Cuninghame, bart. ; m. sir 
James Bos well, bart., of Auchinleck, 
Ayr (extinct), grandson of the celebrated 
James Boswell. 
Auchinleck House, Mauchline, Ayr, 

Botreavx, baron ; vide Loudoun. 

Boughey, sir Thomas Fenton Fletcher-, 
3 bart. (1798), b. 1809; m dr. of 
Thomas Giffard,Chillington: B.A.Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Salop, and of Staffordshire, 
and hi^h sheriff of the latter in 1832. 

BoodMs; Aqualate, Newport, Salop; 
11 Clifbrd Street, Bond Street, W. 

Bonghton, sir Charles Henry Ronse-, 
11 bart. (1641 and 1791)^b. 1825; m. 
dr. of J. M. Seveme, Wallop Hall, 
Salop : ex-lieut. 52 ft., capt. 10 Shrop- 
shire rifle volunteers in 1860, high 
sheriff of Shropshire in 1860. 

Junior United Service; Dotcnton 
Hall, Ludlow, Salop; Bouse Leneh, 
Evesham, Worcester. 

BoQltbee, vice-adm. Frederick Moore, 
bro. of J. M. Boultbee, of Springfield, 
"Warwick; b. 1800: employed in the 
suppression of the slave trade on the 
coast of Africa 1825-29. 

Bourehier, maj.-gen. sir Ckonzc, B.A., 
K.C.B., 8. of rev. Edward Bourchier, 
Bramfield, Herto; b. 1821 ; m. 1. dr. of 
J. G. Lough ; 2. dr. of col. Bartleman : 



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served in the Gwalior campaign, com- 
manded a field battcnr during the Indian 
mutiny, commanded the east frontier 
district of Bengal 1868-73, retired on 
full pay of col. royal Bengal artillery. 
Brighton. 

Bonrohier, lieut.-gen. Eustace Fane, 
R.E., c.B. ; m. 1. dr. of C. Pillans, Cape 
Town; 2. widow of Wilmot Seton: 
served in the Kaffir war 1846, brigade- 
maj. of the royal engineers at the siege 
of Sebastopol, knight of the legion of 
honour and of the Medjidie, ex-com- 
manding royal engineers at Quebec, re- 
tired on full pay of maj.-gen. 

BoTirchiar, lady. Jane, dr. of adm. sir 
Edward Codrington, o.c.b. ; m. capt. 
sir Thomas Bourchier, b.n., k.c.b. (a.). 
Hampton Court Palace. 

Bonrke, hon. Algernon Henry, s. of 6 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1864. 

Bonrke, hon. Charles Fowler, s. of 6 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1832 : private secretary 
to the chief secretary of Ireland (his 
bro.) 1866-68, capt. royal Meath mibtia 
from 1866, inspector-gen. of prisons, 
Ireland, from 1868. 

Carlton. Boodles ; Kildare - ttreet 
Club, Dublin ; The Castle^ Dublin. 

Bonrke, maj. hon. Edward Roden, s. 
of 6 earl of Mavo; b. 1835; m. dr. of 
col. Cliffe Hatch, Bengal staff corps : 
military secretary to the governor-gen. 
of India (his bro.) 1869-72, ex-m^. 3 
hussars, postmaster-gen. at Madras from 
1872.' 
Junior Carlton. 

Bonrke, hon. and rev. George Wing- 
field, 8. of 6 earl of Mayo ; b. 1829 ; m. 
dr. of archbp. Longley of Canterbury : 
M.A. Durham, rector from 1866 of CW«- 
<fon, Croydon, Surrey (llOOl.). 

Bonrke, hon. Henry Lorton, s. of 5 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1840 : lieut. royal Bucks 

. yeomanry firom 1873, partner in the 
firm of Bamett. EUis, and Co., stock- 
brokers, 18 Finch Lane E.G. 

Cdrlton, Marlborough, Boodles; 2 
Hill Street, Berkeley Square; Falmers- 
ioum, Naae, Ireland. 

Bonrke, col. hon. John Jocelyn, s. of 
5 earl of Mayo ; b. 1823 : served in the 
Crimea, Imignt of the Medjidie, served 
in the Indian mutiny, assist. -adjutant- 
gen, at Bristol for the western district 
1870-72, lieut.-col. of the brigade depot 
at Bristol from 1873. 
United Servioe. 



Bonrke, hon. Maorice Archibald, R.N., 
s. of 6 earl of Mayo; b. 1853: lieut. of 
the Agincourt fit)m 1874. 
Junior Army and Navy. 

Bonrke, hon. Robert, s. of 6 earl of 
Mayo ; b. 1827 ; m. lady Susan, dr. of I 
marq. of Dalhouaie : m.a. Dublin, called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1852,, 
M.p. (c.) King's Lynn from 1868, under- 
sec, of state for foreign affairs from 
1874. 

Carlton; 3 Elm Court, Temple; 68 
Grosvenor Street, W.; Coahtoun, Had' 
dington. 

Bonrke, hon. Terence Theobald, s. of 6 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1865. 

Bonrke, lady Eva, b. 1858 ; lady Flor- 
ence,!). 1861, drs. of 6 earl of Mayo. 

Bonrke, lady Maigaret, dr. of 5 earl of 
Mayo; b. 1826. 

2 Hill Street, Berkeley Square ; Pal- 
mer»*oum, Naaa, Ireland. 

Bonrke, lady Susan; vide hon. Robert 
Bourke. 

Bonrke, maj.-gen. Oliver Paget, b. of 
J. Ruttledge Bourke, Ballina; b. 1817; 
m. dr. of col. Edward Spread Mockler : 
served in the Affghanistan campaign, 
commanded 17 ft> in the Crimea, knight 
of the Medjidie, exon of the yeomen of 
the guard 1866-73. 

Ballina, Mayo ; 6 Martello Terrace, 
Kingstown. 

Bonnie, Ueut-col. James, 8. of Peter 
Bourne ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of T. F. Dy- 
son: dep.-lieut. of Lancashire, lieut.- 
col. Lancashire artiUery militia frx>nB 
1863, M.p. (c.) Evesham from 1866. 

Carlton, Conservative; Heathfield, 
Wavertree, Liverpool ; 16 Suffolk Street^ 
Pall Mall. 

Bonsileld, maj. Kathaniel George Phi- 
lips ; b. 1829 ; m. dr. of J. Barratt, Con- 
iston, Lancashire: formerly a cotton 
broker at Liverpool, a magistrate for 
Westmoreland, maj. 1 Lancashire rifle 
volunteers from 1860, m.p. (c.) Bath 
from 1874. 
Parkaide, Kendal. 

Bontflower, archdeacon Samnel Peach i 
M.A. Cantab., canon of Carlisle (700/.), 
unohdeacon oi Carlisle 1867, vicar of Ap- 
pleby, Westmoreland, 1867, (320/.). 

Vicarage, Appleby ; The Abbey, Car^ 
lisle. 

Bonverie, rt. hon. Edward Pleydell* 
P.O., 8. of 3 earl of Radnor; b. 1818; 



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m. dr. of gen. Balfour, of Balbiraie, 
Fife : M.A. Cantab., called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1843, under-sec. for 
home department 1850-52, chairman of 
committees of the house of commons 
1853-55, president of the poor-law board 
1855-58, a church estates commissioner 
1860-65. MP. (L.) Kihnamock 1844-74. 
Brooks' Reform; 44 Wilton Ores- 
anty S.Jr.; Manor Houte, Market 
Lavir^ton, Wilts. 

Bonverie, hon. and rev. Bertrand Pley- 
dell, s. of 4 earl of Radnor; b. 1845; 
m. lady Constance, dr. of 3 earl Nelson : 
M.A. Cantab., rector from 1870, of 8t, 
Quint in, Stanton, Cheltenham (300/.). 

Bonverie, hon. Christopher Pleydell, 
8. of 4 earl of Radnor ; b. 1856. 

BouTerie, hon. Duncombe Pleydell, s. 
of 4 earl of Radnor; b. 1842: ex-lieut. 
65 ft. 
Lomjford Castle, S(tlisbury. 

Bonverie, hon. Frank Pleydell, s. of 
4 earl of Radnor; b. 1858. 

Bonverie, hon. Jacob Pleydell, eld. s. 
of yisc. Folkestone; b. 1868. 

Bonverie, hon. John Pleydell, s. of 4 
earl of Radnor; b. 18^ : lieut. 17 lan- 
cers. 

Bonverie, hon. Kenelm Pleydell, s. of 
4 earl of Radnor ; b. 1852 : partner in 
Garden and Co., stockbrokers, Royal 
Exchange buildings. 

Bonverie, hon. Mark Pleydell, s. of 4 
earl of Radnor; b. 1851 : called to the 
bar 1873, ex-lieut. Berks militia. 

2 Tanjield Chambers, Inner Temple; 
62 Lower Orosvenor Street, 

Bonverie, hon. Helen, b. 1867 ; hon. 
Wihna, b. 1869, dre. of vise. Folke- 
stone. 

Bonverie, lady Constance; vide hon. 
and rev. Bertrand Bonverie. 

Bonverie, lady Edith Pleydell, b. 1848; 
lady Gertrude PleydeU, b. 1868, dra. 
of4 earl of Radnor. 

Bovill, lady. Maria, dr. of J. H. Bolton, 
Lee Park, Blackheath : m. rt. hon. sir 
William Bovill (rf.); chief justice of the 
common pleas 1866-73. 

J«water, lady. Emilia, dr. of coL Michael 
Bame, Sotterly, Suffolk, m.p. ; m. gen. 
•ir Edward Bowater,K.c.H. (rf.), groom 
in waiting to the Queen 1846-62. 
^2i4«^A^ Mousejjiichmond, S. 
Bowen, sir George Ferguson, o.o.M.0., 
8. of rev. Edward Bowen, Toughboyne, 



Donegal ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of count Can- 
diano Roma, g.c.m.o., president of the 
Ionian senate : m.a. Oxon., called to the 
bar at Lincoln's inn 1844, chief sec. to 
the government of the Ionian islands. 
1854-59, governor of Queensland 1859- 
68, of New Zealand 1868-72, of Victoria 
from 1872. 

Aihenaum; Government House, Mel- 
bourne. 

Bower, Geoi^ Henry Kerr, R.N., c.b.,. 
b. 1812; m. widow of W. Cruikshank, 
Langley park, Montrose : knight of the 

, legion of honour, ex-master attendant 
victualling >'ard, Gosport. 

Bower, vice-adm. James Paterson, s. of 
Graham Bower, of Kincaldrum, Angus ; 
b. 1806; m. dr. of John Hickson, The 
Grove, Dingle : distinguished himself 

' greatly in the Chinese war 1841. 

Bowie, m%j.-gen. Charles Vincent, R.A.: 
served in the Sutlej and in the Punjab 
campaigns retired on full pay as lieut. - 
col. royal Bengal artiller}'. 

Bowles, gen. sir George, o.c.b., s. of 
William Bowles, Healhouse, Wilts; 
b. 1787 : served in Germany, the Penin- 
sula, Flanders, and France, military sec. 
to govemor-gen. of Canada 1818-20 (5 
duke of Richmond), dep.-adjutant-gen. 
in West Indies 1820-25, in command of 
lower Canada during the rebellion of 
1838, master of the household 1845-61, 
M.p. Launceston 1844-52, lieut. of the 
tower of London from 1851, col. of 1 
West India regiment from 1856. 

United Service; 27 Curzon Street, 
Maufair, W. 

Bowles, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dr. of 4 
baron Rokeby: b. 1818 ; m. Charles Old- 
field Bowles (0.),col. Oxfordshire militia. 
North Aston, Oxon; 22 Fortman 
Square, W. 

Bowmont, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Roxburghe). James Robert Innes-Ker ; 
b. 1839 ; m. dr. of 6 duke of Marl- 
borough: M.A. Oxon., one of the queen's 
body-guard for Scotland, m.p. (l.) Rox- 
burghshire 1870-74. 
Floors Castle, Kelso. 

Bowring, Edgar Alfred, o.b., s. of sir 
John Bowring, ll.d. ; b. 1826; m. 1. dr. 
of T. Cubitt : 2. dr. of Lewis Cubitt, 
Brighton: liorarian of the board of 
trade 40^, registrar 1853-63, m.p. (l.) 
Exeter 1868-74.. 

Meform^thenaim ; 69 Westboume 
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Bowling, Lewis Bentham, c.s.i., s. of 
sir John Bowring, ll.d. ; b. 1824 ; m. 1. 
dr. of adm. hon. sir John Talbot |; 2. 
Eathexine, dr. of mr. seijeant Bellasis : 
in the Bengal civil service 1843-70, ex- 
private sec. to governor-gen. of India 
(earl Canning), ez-comnussioner of My- 
sore and Coorg, a magistrate for Devon. 
Zavrockberey St. Luke's Road, Tor- 
quay, 

BowTing, lady. dr. of Thomas Castle, 
Clifton; m. sir John Bowring, ll.d. 



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Ularemontf Exeter. 

Bowyear, rear-adm. George le Geyt, 
c.B. ; b. 1817 : knight of Sie legion of 
honour and of the Medjidie. 

Bowyer, sir George, d.c.l., 7 bart. 
(1660 and 1794), b. 1811 : hon. m.a. 
Oxon., called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1839, reader there 1850, dep.- 
lieut. of Berks, knight of the order of 
Malta, knight grand cross of the order 
of St. Gh^gory and of the Constantian 
order, auwor of the "Archbishop of 
Westminster and the New Hierarcny," 
and several legal works, m.p. Dundalk 
1862-68, (h.r.) "Wexford from 1874. 

Beform; Radiey House^ Abingdon^ 
Berks; 13 King's Bsnch Walk, Tem- 
ple, 

Bozall, sir William, F.B.S., D.aL.; b. 
1800 : entered as a student of the royal 
academy 1819, associate 1851, a member 
from l£l63, dilator of the national gal- 
lery, Trafalgar Square, from 1866 

14 Welbeek Street, Cavendish Square, 
Boxer, mi^. -gen. Edward Mourrier: 

retired on full pay as coL 
Boyd, sir Harley Hugh, 5 bart. (1776); 

b. 1868. 
Brumawillen, BaUvcasUe, Antrim, 
Boyd, Alexander Fielding, c.m.o. 
Boyd, dean Archibald, d.d. Dublin: 

hon. canon of Gloucester, dean of Exeter 

1867 (2000/.). 
Boyd, mig'.-gen. Brooke : served in the 

Burmese war. Bengal in£mtry. 
Boyd, nug. -gen. Hu^h : retired on full 

pay as coL^ngal mf. 
14 Sunderland Terrace, Bayswater, 
Boyle, vise. (eld. s, of earl of Shannon). 

Bichard Henry Boyle; b. 1860. 
Boyle, baron ; vide Cork. 
Boyle, hon. Algernon Douglas, s. of 6 

carl of Shannon ; b. 1871. 



Boyle, hon. Edmund, bro. of 9 earl of 
Cork ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of gen. and lady 
Laura Money: ex-maj. 86 ft., gentle- 
man usher to the viceroy of Ireland 
(earl Spencer) 1869-74. 

Army and Navy ; Downside House^ 
Chileompton, Bath. 

Boyle, hon. Edward Spencer, s. of 5 
earl of Shannon; b. 1860. 

Boyle, hon. Fitzadelm Alfred, s. of 9 
earl of Cork; b. 1866. 

Boyle, hon. Henry, s. of 5 earl of 
Shannon; b. 1862. 

Boyle, hon. John, s, of 8 earl of Cork; 
b. 1803; m. dr. (d.) of lord Henry 
Fitzgerald and baroness de Bos : d^.- 
lieut. of Somersetshire (d. Dec. 1874.) 
Rockwood, Torquay. 

Boyle, hon. and rev. Richard Cavendish, 
8. of 8earlof Cork ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of Alex- 
ander Gordon^ of Ellon, Aberdeen : m.a. 
Oxon.,chaplam in ordinary to the Queen 
at St. James's chapel from 1847. rector 
of Marston, Somersetfrom 1836 (30(W.). 
Marston,Frome ; Munter combe So94s&^ 
Bucks. 

Boyle, hon. Robert, s. of 6 earl of 
Shannon ; b. 1863. 

Boyle, hon. Robert Francis, s. of 3 
earl of Shannon; b. 1818; m. dr. of 
capt. "William Hole, E.N. : ex-oom- 
mander royal navy. 
Purley Lodge, Reading, 

Boyle, hon. Robert John, s. of 9 earl 
of Cork ; b. 1864. 

Boyle, hon. Walter John, s. of 5 earl 
of Shannon; b. 1869. 

Boyle, col. hon. William George, bro. 
of 9 earl of Coric ; b. 1830 : aide-de- 
camp to sir de Lacy Evans in the Crimea, 
knight of the Medjidie, ex-capt oold- 
stream guards, m.p. Frome 1866-67. 

Chtards' ; 10 Chesham Street^ Bel- 
grave Square, S. IF. 

Boyle, hon. mrs. Robert, dr. of Abra- 
ham Wildey Robarts; m. lieut -coL 
hon. Robert Edward Boyle {d,), s. of 8 
earl of Cork. 

Boyle, hidy Sarah, b. 1803 ; lady Jane, 
b. 1812; lady Elisabeth, b. 1814; lady 
Charlotte, b. 1817, drs. of 3 earl of 
Shannon. 

Boyle, lady Emily, b. 1854 ; lady 
Grace, b. 1866 ; lady Honora Janet, b. 
1867; hidy Dorothy Blanche, b. 1868; 
kdy Isabel Lettice, b. 1860^ drs. of 9 
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Bojle, lady Gertrude Julia CaiT-, b. 

1861 ; lady , b. 1873, dm. of 6 earl 

of Glasgow. 

Boyle, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 1 earl of 
Cottenham ; b. 1837; m. Gerald E. 
Boyle (s. of hon. John Boyle by dr. of 
baroness de Ros), capt. rifle brigade. 

Boyle, Richard Vickars, c.s.i., s. of 
Vickars Boyle, Dublin: uneoTenanted 
sen-ice of India, chief defender of the 
Puckah House at Arrah, during the mu- 
tiny 1857-58. 

Boyle, col. Robert, r.m., o.b. : com- 
manded the royal marines in the central 
American expedition of 1848, served in 
China in 1856. 

Boyne, 8 vise. (1717). Gustavus Hamil- 
ton-Russell; b. 1830; m. dr. of 2 earl 
of Eldon; sits as baron Brancepeth 
(1866) : dep. lieut. of Salop. 

Carlton; Brancepeth Castle, Dur^ 
ham ; Burtoarton Jionse, Ludlow, Sa- 
lop; Staekallan, Meath; 16 Grosvenor 
Gardens, S. W. 

Boynton, sir Henry Somerville, 11 bart. 
(1618), b. 1844: m.a. Oxon. 
Burton-Agnes Hall, HtUl, 

Boynton, dow. lady. Harriet, dr. of 
Thomas Lightfoot, Sevenoaks; m. sir 
Henry Boynton, 10 bart. 

Brabaion, lord (eld. s. of earl of Meath). 
Reginald Brabazon ; b. 1841 ; m. dr. of 
11 earl of Lauderdale : third secretary 
in the diplomatic service at Paris, 1871- 
73: capt. Dublin county militia from 
1865. 

Bnbaion, hon. Henry, s. of 10 earl of 
Meath; b. 1807. , 

Brabaion, hon. Arthur Lauderdale le 
Normand, s. of lord Brabazon ; b. 1872. 

Bnbaion, hon.. John, s. of 10 earl of 
Meath; b. 1805. 

Brabaion, hon. Reginald le Normand, 
eld. s. of lord Brabazon ; b. 1869. 

Bnbaion, hon. Richard, s. of 10 earl 
of Meath; b. 1806. 

Bnbaion, lady Kathleen, dr. of 11 earl 
of Meath; b. 1851. 

Bnckley, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Elles- 
mere) ; b. 1872. 

Bnd&rd, 3 earl of (1815). Orlando 
George Charles Bridgeman, p.c. ; b. 
1819; m. dr. of 1 baron Forester; 2nd 
tit. vise Newport : dep. lieut. of War- 
wickshire, and of Staflbrdshire, m.p. 
Salop south 1842-65, vice-chamberlain 
of the household 1862, 1858-69, lord 



chamberlain 1866-68, lieut.-col. 1 Shrop- 
shire rifle volunteers from 1862, master 
of the horse from 1874. 

Carlton ; Castle Bromicieh, Bir- 
mingham; Westonhall, Shiffnall, Sa- 
lop ; 43 Belgrave Square. 

Bradford, lieut. -gen. sir John Fowler, 
K.C.B., 8. of Capt. Edward Chapman 
Bradford, of the East India service ; b. 
1805 ; m. dr. of sir William Ouseley : 
served in the Bengal cavalry in the Aff- 
ghanistan, Gwalior, Sutlej and Punjab 
campaigns. Bengal cavauy. 

Bradford, major-gen. Evelyn : serred in 
the central Indian campaign 1858, in the 
Oude campaign, and commissariat officer 
of the Ensofzie field force 1868-64, re- 
tired on full pay of lieut.-col. Bengal 
staft' corps. 

Bradford, major-gen. Wilmot Henry : 
served in the Crimea withsecond battalion 
of rifle brigade, knight of the Medjidie, 
lieut.-col. h. p. late royal Canadian rifle 
regiment. 

Bradloy, maj.-gen. Charles John : ex- 
lieut.-col. Madras staff corps, com- 
manded the residents* escort at the 
attack on the residency of Hvderabad 
1857, second in command of 24 Madras 
native infantiTr 1872-74. 

Bradstroet, sir John Valentine, 6 bart. 
759), b. 1815; m. dr. of Vincente 
^vier de Vinnesa, Burgos, Spain. 
Costilla, Clontarf, Dublin. 

Brady, sir Antonio, s. of_ Anthony 



Brady, royal William yard, Plymouth ; 
b. 1811 ; m. dr. of George Kihier, Ips- 
wich : superintendent of contracts at the 



Admiralty 1854-70, fellow of the Geolo- 
gical and of the Meteorological so- 

Thatehed House; Maryland Fointy 
Stratford, E. 

Brady, sir Francis William, q.c., 2 bart. 
(1869), s. of rt. hon. Maziere Brady, 
lord chancellor of Ireland; b. 1824; m. 
dr. of bp. Kyle of Cork : educated at 
University college, London, called to the 
Irish bar 1846, queen's counsel 1860. 

Hazelbrook, Boundtottn, Dublin ; 26 
Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin. ' 

Brady, doctor John ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. 
id.) of J. Rayner, Ely : member of the 
royal college of surgeons, England, in. 
1840, M.P. (L.) Leitnmfrom 1852, dep.- 
Ueut. of Leitrim, and of Cambridge- 
shire. 
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Brady, dow. lady. Mary, dr. of rt. hon. 
John Hatchell ; m., as his second wife, 
rt. hon. sir Maziere Brady, 1 bart 
26 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin, 

Brady, lady. dr. of D. Lynch, Dublin ; 
m. sir Francis Brady {d.)y cluef justice 
of Newfoundland. 

Brakenbvry, lady. dr. of William Ni- 
cholson; m. sir John Macpherson Bra- 
kenbunr, k.h. {d.V consul at Cadiz, bro. 
of sir Edward Brakenbury, of Skendleby 
house, Lincoln. 

Bramiton, very rev. John, d.d. ; s. of 
T. Bramston, of Skreens, M.p. ; b. 1802; 
m. 1. dr. of sir Nicholas Trant ; 2. dr. of 
Osgood Hanbury , Holfield Grange,£ssex : 
M.A. Oxon., vicar of Witham 1840-72, 
dean of Winchester from 1872. 
The Deanery y Jrinehester. 

BramweU, sir George William, s. of 
George Bramwell, banker; b. 1^ ; m. 
dr. of Bruno Silva: called to the bar 
1838, queen's counsel 1851, baron of the 
exchequer from 1866. 

Serjeant^ Inn. Chancery Lane; 20 
Hans Place, Sloane Street, S.W,; 
Sever, Kent. 

Branoepeth, baron ; vide Boyne. 

Brand, rt. hon. Henry Bouverie Wm., 
p.c, bro. andheirpres. of 21 baronDacre ; 
b. 18U; m. dr. of gen.Bobert EUice and 
niece of rt. hon. Edward EUice: dep.- 
lieut. of Sussex, a lord of the treasury 
1855-68, parliamentary secretary to the 
treasury 1869-66, speaker of the house of 
commons from 1872, m.p. (l.) Lewes 1852- 
68, Cambridgeshire from 1868. 

Brooke, Reform; Qlynde Place, 
Lewes; The Palace, Westminster, 

Brand, Hen^ Robert, s. of rirfit hon. 
Henry B. W. Brand, speaker of Die house 
of commons ; b. 1841 ; m. 1. dr. of Syl- 
vain Van de Weyer, ambassador ftx)m 
Belgium ; 2. Susan, dr. of lord G. H. 
Cavendish : ex-capt. coldstream guards, 
a magistrate for Sussex, m.p. (l.) Herts 
1868- Jan. 74, Stroud from July 1874, 
(unseated on petition 11 Dec. lo74). 
Brookf^, Travellers', 

Brand, sir Christoffel Josephua, ll.d., 

b. 1797 ; m. dr. (rf.) of col. Zuchler : 

speaker of the house of assembly. Cape 

of Good Hope, 1854-74 (pension 1000/.). 

Cape Town, Cape, 

Brandon, duke ; vide Hamilton. 

Braifay, Henry Arthur, s. of Thomas 
Brassey ; b. 1840 ; m. dr. of major Ste- 



vesnon, of Toupwood, Hawkhurst : m.a. 
Oxon., called to the bar at Lincoln's inn 
1868, M.p. (l.) Sandwich fix>m 1868. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Preston Sally 
Maiastone; ^ Cromwell Souse, Crom- 
wfMRoad,S,W 

Braiiey, Thomas, s. of Thomas Brassey; 
b. 1836 ; m. dr. of John Allnut : m.a. 
Oxon., called to the bar at Lincoln's inn 
1866, M.p. (l.) Devonport 1865, Hastings 
from 1868, lieut. -col. commanding royal 
naval artillery militia. 

Reform, University; Normanhurst, 
Battle ; 24 Park lane, 

Braiiey, hon. mrs., Matilda Maria, dr. 
of 4 baron Clanmorris; b. 1850; bi. 
Albert Brassey, b. 1844, b.a. Oxon., 
ex-Iieut. 14 hussars. 

Naval and Military ;Z St, Geory^s 
Place, Hyde Park, S.W.; Adlestrop, 
Chipping Norton. 

Braiyer, col. Jeremiah, c.B. : formerly 
in the Bengal cavalry. 

Braybrooke, 5 baron (1788). Charles 
Comwallis Neville; b. 1823; m. dr. of 
3 vise. Hawarden : hereditary visitor of 
Magdalene college, Cambridge, m.a. 
Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Essex, ana vice- 
lieut. frt>m 1861, capt. 17 Essex rifle vo- 
lunteers 1869-71. 

Travellert^ ; Audley Bnd, Safron 
TFalden ; BiUingbear. Wokingnam^ 
Serts; 42 Upper Broofc Street. 

Braybrooke, lieut. -gen. Samuel : served 
in the Kandian rebellion 1816-18, coL 
99 ft. from 1866. 

3 Gledhow Gardens, South Kensiny^ 
ton, S, W. 

Breadalbane, 7 earl of (1677). Gavin 
Campbell ; b. 1851 ; m. dr. of 4 duke of 
Montrose: sits as baron Breadalbane 
(1873) ; 2nd tit. vis. Glenorchy : lord in 
waiting 1873-74. 

Junior Carlton; TaymotUh Castle. 
Perth; Ardmaddy Castle. Argyle ; 22 
Charles Street, JBerkeley Square, 

Broehin, bp. of. Alexander Penrose 
Forbes, d.c.l., s. of J. Forbes (lord 
Medwyn); b. 1817 ; m.a. Oxon., consecra- 
ted 1847. Dundee, 

Breeknook, earl of (eld. s. of marq. 
Camden). 

Brecon, archdeacon of (St. David's); 
vide R. W. P. Davies. 

Bremer, lady. Jemima, dr. of commo- 
dore sir James Brisbane, k.c.b. ; m. 
rear-adm. James John Crordon Bremer {d.) 



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Bretherton, hon. mrs, Isabella, dr. of 
12 baron Petre; b. 1848; m. Frederick 
Bretherton. 
Joyce Cburt, Henley-on-Thames, 

Breton, lieut.-gen. Henry William: col. 
56 ft. fix>m 1860. 

Brett, maj. sir Wilford, k.c.m.o., bro. 
of mr. Justice Brett; b. 1824; m. dr. of 
Thomas Stephens : ex-maj. 76 ft., mili- 
tary sec. at Nova Scotia 1856-62, at 
Malta 1862-68. 

Junior United Service; Esher, Sur- 
rey. 

Brett, sir William Balliol, s. of rev. J. 
Brett, Ranelagh ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of capt. 
Ourwood: m.a. Cantab., called to the bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1846, queen's counsel 
1860, M.p.(c.),Hel8ton 1866-68, justice 
in the Common Pleas from 1868. 

Carlton ; 6 Enniemore Oardensy 
Princes OaU, S.W.; Heath Farm, 
Watford. 

Brewster, m^.-gen. Henry Craigie: re- 
tired on full pay as lieut.-col. 76 foot. 

Brewster, lady. Jane, dr. of Thomas 
Pumell, Scarborough; m. sir David 
Brewster, k.h., ll.d. (rf.), principal of 
Edinburgh University: she receives a 
pension of 200/. a year. 
Allerly, Melroae^ Roxburgh. 

BridgemaTi, hon. Francis, s. of 3 earl 
of Bradford ; b. 1846 : capt. Scots fusilier 
guards. 

(ruardt^, WhiU^s;^Belgrave Square, 
8.W. 

Bridgeman, Kon. and rev. George 
Thomas Orlando, s. of 2 earl of Bradford ; 
b. 1823 ; m. dr. {d.) of bp. Bagot of Bath : 
M.A. Cantab., honorary chaplain to the 
Queen 1868-72, chaplam in ordinuy at 
St. James's from 1872, rector of Wigan, 
Lancashire 1(1600/.) from 1864, Hon. 
canon of Chester from 1872. 
CarUon; The HaU, Wigan. 

Bridgeman, hon. and rev. John Robert 
Orlando, s. of 2 earl of Bradford ; b. 1831 ; 
m. dr. or archdeacon Clive : m.a. Cantab., 
rector from 1859 of WesUm-und$r-L%z- 
ard, Shiffnal (465/.) ; 
Varlton. 
Bridgeman, hon. j s. of lord New- 
port; b. 1873. 
Bridgeman, hon. mrs. Charles, dr. of 
sir Henry Chamberlain, bart. ; m. vice- 
adm. hon. Charles 0. Bridgeman (</.). 
JTfiocArm, Oswestry. 



Bridgeman, hon. mrs. Hemy. dr. of 
hon. John Bridgeman Simpson ; m. hon. 
and rev. Henry £dmund Bridgeman 
(d.). 

Bridgeman, hon. , b. 1870 ; hon. 

, b. 1872, drs. of lord Newport. 

Bridgeman, lady Mabel, bom 1855 ; 
lady Florence, b. 1869, drs. of 3 earl of 
Braidford. 

Bridgeman, ladv Selina, dr. of 1 earl of 
Edhnorev, b. 1794; ra. hon. Orlando 
Henry Bridgeman (d.). 
36 Beigrave Road, Fimlico.S. W. 

Bridport, 1 vise. (1868). lieut.-gen. 
Alexander Nelson Hood ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. 
of 3 marq. of Downshire : duke of Bronte 
in Sicily, dep.-lieut. of Somersetshire, 
ex-lieut.-col. in Scots fusilier guards, 
groom in waiting to the Queen 1847-53, 
clerk-marshal to the late prince consort 
1853-58, equerry in ordinaiy to the Queen 
from 1858. 

CarUon; Cricket Lodge jChard, Somer- 
set; 12 Wimpole Street, W. 

Briggs, sir John Henry, s. of sir Thomas 
Briggs, accountant-gen. of the navy ; b. 
1808 ; m. dr. of L. Hopkinson : reader to 
the board of admiralty 1840-65, chief 
clerk 1865-70. 
4 Royal Crescent, Brighton. 

Briggs, sir Thomas Graham-, 1 bart. 
(1872), s. of Joseph Lyder Briggs, Bar- 
bados; b. 1833; m. dr. of Benjamin Carl- 
ton Howell, Barbados: member of the 
executive council of Barbados, and also 
of Nevis, member of the general council 
for the Leeward islands. 
Briggs-Dayrelly Barbados. 

Briggs, gen. John, Madras infantry. 
2 Tenterden Street, Hanover Square; 
Bridge Lodge, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. 

Briggs, m%j.-gen. George, r.a. : retired 
on ftdl pay as col. royal Madras artil- 
lery. 

Briggs, msj. -gen. Stephen Charles: 
served in the Coorg campaign, and in 
command of a force of tne Hyderabad 
contingent in 1857. Madras staff corps. 

Biiggs, James, k.h. 

Briggs, "William Edward, s. of Edward 
Briggs, The Grange, Blackburn; b. 1848: 
M.A. Oxon., a cotton spinner at Black- 
bum, M.p. (l.) Blackburn from 1874. 
University ; Beardtcood, Blackburn. 

Briggs, col. Willoughby Lake, c.B.: 
served with the irregular Scinde horse 
1852-56, commanded the 1 Scinde horse 

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in the Persian expedition 1867^ and the 
3 Scinde horse in the AbysBuiian cam- 
paign 1867. Bombaystaff coips. 

Bngg«, lady. d. of Thomas Lewis, of 
Cadiz ; m. sir Thomas Briggs (d.), ac- 
countant-gen. of the navy 1841-o4. 

Bright, sir Charles Tilston. s. of Brails- 
ford Bright; b. 1832; m. dr. of John 
Taylor, Kingston-on-Hull : ex-capt. 7 
Surrey rifle volunteers, laid the Atuntic 
telegraph in 1858, of which he was one 
of the four original projectors in 1866, 
laid the Persian Gulf telegraph inl864, 
M.p. (l.) Greenwich 1866-68. 

^form; 26 Buke Street, Westmin- 
ster ; 20 BoUon Gardens^ South Ken- 
sington. 

Bright, rt. hon. John, P.O., b. 1811; 
m. 1. dr. of J. Priestman ; 2. dr. of W. 
Leatham, Wakefield : cotton spinner 
at Bochdale, president of board or trade 
1869-71, chancellor of the duchy of Lan- 
caster 1873-74. M.p. Manchester 1847-67, 
Birmingham m>m 1867. 
Reform; One Ashy Rochdale. 

Bright, Richard, s. of Robert Bright, 
Abbot's Leigh, Somerset; b. 1822; m. dr. 
of adm. T. Wolley, and widow of J. A. 
Gordon, of Enockespock, Aberdeen : m.a. 
Oxon., called to tne bar at the Inner 
Temple 1861, a magistrate for Hants 
and Bucks, m.p. (c.) Somersetshire east 
from 1868. 

Carlton^ Arthur's; Stocks House^ 
Aldbury, Tring; 9 Portugal Street, 
Orosvenor Square. 

Bright, col. Robert Onesiphorus, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea, knight of the legion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, com- 
manded the 1 brigade of the Uazara field 
force in 1868, lieut.-col. 19ft.,brigadier- 
^en. in Bengal from 1871. 

Bnght, hon. mrs. Anna Maria, dr. of 
3 vise. Canterbury; b. 1841 ; m. Charles 
Edward Bright, of Lei^h Wood, Too- 
rak, Melbourne, Australia. 
8 Sussea: Gardens^ Hyde Park, IF, 

Brinekman, sir Theodore Henry, 1 hart. 
(1831), b. 1788 ; m. 1. dr. of 1 baron Go- 
dolphin; 2. dr. (rf.) of J. Corbet, Sun- 
dome Castle, Salop: m.p. Yarmouth 
1820-26. 

Athenaum; St. Leonard* s, Windsor; 
Sundome Castle, Shrewsbury; AQ Berke- 
ley Square. 

Brinokman, lady Cecilia, dr. of 2 marq. 
of Conyngham ; b. 1831 : m. Theodore 
Henry Brinekman (eld. s. of sir T. H. 



Brinekman, baiO, ex-capt. 17 ft., dep. 
lieut. of Tower Itonlets, m.p. (l.) Can- 
terbury 1868-74. 

Army and Navy; 66 Park Street,, 
Orosvenor Square. 
Brind, maj.-gen. sir James, r. A., K.C.B., 
b. 1808;m. l.dr. of rev. G.H. PhiUips; 

2. dr. of rev. D. Maunsell, Balbriggan ; 

3. dr. of rev. H. J. Bume, Grittleton, 
Bath : commanded fort artillery at Delhi 
in 1867, conmianded the artillery of lord 
Clyde's army through Rohilcund, and at 
the capture of Bareilh'. 

Tvy Cottage, St. Vatherin^s, Guild-- 
ford. 

Brisbane,l bp.of (1859UEdwardTufnell, 
D.D., C0U8. ol rt hon. Henry Tuftiell ; b. 
1814; m. dr. of J. Joliffe Tufhell, Lang- 
leys, Essex: M.A. Oxon., rector of Beech- 
ingstoke 1846-67, select preacher at 
Oxford university in 1868, rector of St 
Peter and St. Paul, Marlborough, 1868, 
bp. of Brisbane from 1869. 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

Brisoo, sir Robert, 3 bart. (1782^, b. 
1808; m. dr. of George Rimmington, 
Tvnefield house, Cmnberiand: dep. -lieut. 
oi Cumberland. 

Crofton Hall, Wigton, Cumberland. 

Briie, coL Samuel Brise Rugbies s. of 
John Ruggles-Brise, high sheriff of Suf- 
folk in 1862; b. 1825; m. dr. of sir E. 
Bo\iTer-Smj-th, 10 bart. : m.a. Cantab., 
ex-lieut. 1 dragoon guards, dep. -lieut. 
of Essex, lieut.-col. commandant West 
Essex militia from 1853, m.p. (c.) Essex 
east from 1868. 

Carlton; Spains Hall, Braintree, 
Essex ; Cavendish Hall, Sudbury. 

Bristol, 3 marq. of (1826). Frederick 
William Heney; b. 1834; m. dr. of 
gen. hon. George Anson; 2nd tit. earl Jer- 
mj-n : hereditary steward of Bury St. 
Edmunds: m.a. 'Cantab., den.-lieut. of 
Suffolk, M.p. Suffolk west 18o9-64, hon. 
col. west Suffolk militia from 1866. 

Whitens; lehcorth Park, Bury St. 
JEdmunda; 6 St. Jameses Square. 

Bristol, dean of (Glouc); vide G. ElUot 

Bristol, archdeacon of (Glouc.) ; vide 
H. G. Randall. 

Bristow, mai.-gen. John William, s. of 
John Charles Bristow, and grandson of 
John Bristow, president of me board of 
trade at Calcutta ; m. Mary, dr. of maj. 
Sebastian Nash, Bengal cavalry: ex- 



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Keut.-«)1. Bengal staff corps, 
oommissioner in the Punjab l867< 

Briitowe, Samnel Boteler, 8. of Samuel 
£lHs Bristowe; b. 1822; m. dr. of 
mons. J. Layit : m.a. Cantab., called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1848, 
queen'9 counsel 1872, recorder of New- 
ark 1869-70, M.p. (l.) Newark from 
1870. 

Oxford and Cambridge: 2 JPaper 
BuUdinaSy Temple; Beesihorpe Molly 
Nottingham; Twijford^ Derby, 

Briftowe, lady Alicia, dr. of 1 earl of 
Kilmorey; m. Samuel Ellis Bristowe 
(rf.), of Beesthorpe, Notts. 
Beeethorpe Holly Newark. 

Brotdhaad, vice - adm. Heniy, t. of 
Theodore Broadhead, m.p.. and bro. of 

* or T. H. Brinckman, 1 bart; b. 
1807; m. miss Egan: served on the 
North American and West India sta- 
tions. 

Sroadhnitt, hon. mrs. Henrietta, sis. 
of 20 baron de Bos; b. 1802; m. John 
Broadhurst (rf.), of Foston halL Derby. 
Dmcn Souse, Richmond Hill. 

Broadlej, William Henry Harrison-, s. 
of W. H. Harrison, Ripon, and nephew 
of H. Broadley, M.P.; b. 1820: m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of east ridine of Tork- 
ahire, and high sheriff in 1867, capt. 
Yorkshire yeomanry hussars from 1856, 
M.P. (c.) Yorkshire, east riding, from 
1868. 

CarltoHy University; WeUoHyBroughy 
Yorkshire, 

Broek, very rev. Carey, m.a. Cantab., 
commissary-general of Guernsey from 
1849, dean fix>m 1869, rector from 1850 
of St. Peter do BoiSy Guernsey, 

Broeklehnrft, William Coare, s. of J. 
Brocklehurst, m.p.; b. 1818; m. dr. of 
William Worthington: capt. earl of 
Chester's yeomanry from 1866; presi- 
dent of Macclesfield chamber of com- 
meree^ m.p. (l.) Macclesfield from 1868. 
Be/ormy Union ; Tytheringtony Mac- 
eksfield; 33 MUk Street, E. C. 

Brodie, sir Benjamin Collins, F.B.S., 
D.C.L., 2 hart (1834) b. 1817, m. dr. 
of mr, serieant John Vincent Thom])- 
son : M.A. Oxon., president of the chemi- 
cal society in 1859 and 1860, Wavnfiete 
professor of chemistry in Oxford Uni- 
vereitY 1865-72. 

Athenaum; Broekham Warreny Rei- 
sate. 



Brodie; James Campbell, s. of J. C. 

Brodie, and nephew of John Clerk 

Brodie, registrar of sasines for Scotland ; 

bom 1848; m. dr. of Edmund W. Wood, 

Watlands, Stafford : m.a. St. Andrews, 

dep.-lieut. of Moray, lord-lieut. of 

Nairn from 1873. 
Lethen Soussy Nairn. 
Brodie, lady Eleanor, dr. of 2 earl Ducie ; 

b. 1844 ; m. Hugh Ashley Fife Brodie, 

II.A. (s. of W. Brodie, of Brodie), b. 

1840, dep.-lieut. of Elgin. 
Brodie CastUy Forresy Moray, 
Brodie, lady Maria, dr. of 8 earl of 

Waldegrave; b. 1824; m. rev. William 

Brodie (s. of sir Benjamin Brodie, 1 bt), 

b. 1821, M.A. Cantab., vicar from 1867 

of East Meony PetersJMdy Hants 

(726/.J 
Brodriok, baron ; vide Midleton. • 
Brodriek, hon. and rev. Alan, s. of 7 

vise. Midleton; b. 1840; m. dr. of Philip 

Melvill, Bengal dvil service: m.a. 

Oxon., rector from 1873 of Huggote^ 

Pocklingtony York (449/.); United 
University, 
Brodriek, hon. Arthur Greville, s. of 8 

vise. Midleton ; b. 1868. 
Brodriek, hon. George Charles, f. b. o. 8. , 

s. of 7 vise. Midleton ; b. 1831 : m.a. 

Ox(m., called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, 

1866. 
Athenaum; Z2a Mount Streety Oros' 

venor Square. 
Brodriek, hon. Henry, s. of 7 vise 

Midleton ; b. 1838; m. 1. dr. of Richard 

Brouncker; 2. Alice, dr. of capt. Alfred 

Chapman^ iun.: ex-lieut. 60 rifies, a 

clerk in tne admiralty. 

Windham ; 12 Portman Street, Port- 

man Square ; Admiralty , Whitehail. 
Brodriek, hon. Lawrence, s. of 8 vise. 

Midleton ; b. 1864. 
Brodriek, hon. William St. John Pre- 

mantle, eld. s. of 8 vise. Midleton ; b. 

1866. 
Brodriek, hon. Maria, b. 1799 ; hon. 

Lucy,b. 1809; hon. Emma, b. 1807, drs. 

of 4 vise. Midleton. 
18 Queeti's Sqttare, Bath, 
Brodriek, hon. Harriet, dr. of 7 vise. 

Midleton; b. 1834. 
4 Upper Orosvenor Street, W. 
Brodriek, hon. Augusta, b. 1854 ; hon. 

Helena, b. 1868; hon. Edith, b. 1860; 

hon. Albinia. b. 1861 ; hon. Marian, b. 

1869, drs. of 8 vise. Midleton. 



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Brogden, Alexander, s. of John Brogden, 
Sale, Manchester ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. of J. 
Garstang, of Manchester: educated at 
King^s College, London, an ironmaster 
at Bridgend, m.p. (l.) Wednesbury from 
1868. 

Reform; Lightbume Souse. Ulver' 
ntone, Laneashire ; 61 Princes Oate, 
8,Jr.; Ooytrahene, Bridgend, Ola- 
morgcmshire. 

Broke-XidletoiL, rear-adm. sir George, 
c.B.,2bart.(1813) b.l812; m.Albima, 
dr. of Thomas Evans. Lyminster, Sus- 
sex: dep.-lieiit. of Suffolk, and high 
sheriff in 1864, assisted at the attack on 
Bomarsund, knight of the Medjidie. 

Oarlton; Broke Sally Jptwich; 
Shruiland Farky Ipewieh. 

Bromby, bp. ; vide Tasmania. 

Br^mliead, sir Benjamin Pamell, 5 brt. 
(1806) b. 1838 ; m. Annie, dr. of rev. 
James Smith: capt. 40 Bengal native 
infantry fit)m 1871. 

Thurlby Sally Lincoln ; AgrOy Ben- 
gal. 

Bromley, sir Henry, 4 bart. (1757) b. 
1816 ; m. 1. dr. of col. Lancelot Bailee- 
ton, M.p. ; 2. dr. of Vere Fane, Little 
Ponton HalL Lincoln : ex-capt. 48 ft., 
dep.-lieut. or Notts, capt. commandant 
3 Notts rifle volunteers from 1860. 
Arthur' 8 ; Stoke Sally Newark. 

Bromley, lady. Clara, dr. of Robert 
Moeer, partner in Crawshay & Co., iron- 
masters ; m. sir Bichard Madox Bromley, 
K.c.B. {d.)y accountant-gen. of the navy 
during the Russian war. 

Brooke, lord (eld. s. of earl of Warwick). 
Francb Richard Guy Greville, b. 1863. 

Brooke, lieut.-gen. sir Geoi]^, R.A., 
K.c.B.,8. of H. Brooke, Bristol; b. 1790; 
m. dr. (rf.) of Peter Cochrane, Clippins: 
served m the Bundelcund, Nepaul, and 
Sutlej campaigns, commanded the horse 
artillery in the Punjab campaign, col.- 
commandant C brigade of horse artillery 
at Bangalore. 
United Service. 

Brooke, sir Richard, 7 bart. (1662) b. 
1814; m. 1. sis. of 4 earl of Fife; 2. dr. of 
sir Harry Mainwaring, bart. : ex-lieut. 1 
life guanis, dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, and 
hi^h sheriff in 1870, ex-lieut.-col. 2 Che- 
shire rifle volunteers. 

Whites; Norton Friory, Buneortty 
Cheshire. 

Brooke, sir Victor Alexander, 3 bart. 
(1822) b. 1842; m. dr. of sir Alan Bell- 



ingham, 3 bart.: dep.-lieut. of Ferma- 
nagh, and high sheriff in 1867. 
Colebrooke Place y Fermanagh. 

Brooke, sir William de Capell, 8 bart. 
(1803) b. 1801 ; m. dr. of 2 baron Sondes: 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar 1826, high 
sheriff of Rutlandshire in 1862. 

University; Great Oakley SaU, 
Northampton; The ElmSy Market 
Sarboroughy Leicester ; AghadoCy You- 
ghal. 

Brooke, sir William O'Shaughnessy, 
F.R.8., M.D.; b. 1809; m. dr. of capt. 
John Sabine: m.d. Edinbiugh, assumed 
the name of Brooke after his patronymic 
in 1861, superintendent-gen. of tele- 
graphs in India 1862-62. 

Brooke, maj.-gen. James Croft, c.B.: 
served in the Affghanistan war with 31ft. 
and as second in command at Delhi with 
8 ft., major h. p. 8 ft. 

Brooke, maj.-gen. Thomas, s. of sir 
Richard Brooke, 6 bart.; b. 1816; m. 
Ca^erine, dr. of col. Draper, Scots 
fusilier grds. : lieut.-col.h.p.unattached. 
20 Chester Streety Belgrave Square, 
S.W. 

Brooke, lady Arabella, dr. of 11 earl of 
Huntingdon; b. 1811 ; m. George Frede- 
rick Brooke (s. of sir Henry Brooke, 1 
bart.) b. 1802, dep.-lieut. of Fermana^. 
Ashbrooky Fermanagh. 

Brooke, lady Wilhelmina, dr. of 4 earl 
of Dartmouth ; b. 1849 ; m. John Towns- 
bend Brooke (s. of rev. John Brooke, of 
Haughton, Salop, by dr. of John Cotes, 
Woodcote, M.p J, b. 1844, b.a. Oxon., a 
manstrate for Shropshire. 
Saughtony Shiffnaly Salop. 

Brooke, hon. mrs. Henrietta, d. of 3 
visc.Monck; b.l826; m. Francis Richard 
Brooke (ef.), high sheriff of Dublin in- 
1860. 

Somertony Dublin ; 1 Gardiner's 
RoWy Dublin. 

Brooke, lady. Elizabeth ; m. 1. J. J. 
Eyre, Endcliffe, Sheffield ; 2. sir Arthur 
de Capell Brooke, 2 bart. ; 3. R. F. Eaton 
Edweain. 

Brooki, alderman Maurice, s. of T, 
Brooks, Abney Street, Dublin; b. 1823; 
m. dr. {d.) of James Rose, Burford: 
window-glass manu£eu;turer at Walsdl^ 
and a merchant in Dublin and London, 
lord mayor of Dublin in 1874, m.p. 
(h.r.) Dublin fttmi 1874. 

Gresham; Sackville FlucCy Dublin;, 
Temple Roady Rathmines. 



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Brooks, William Cunliffe, s. of S. 
Brooks; b. 1819; m. dr. (rf.) of R. Orrell, 
Stockport, Chester: m.a. Cantab., called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1842, 
dep.-lieut. for Chediire and Lancaster, 
a Danker at Manchester, m.p. (c.) Che- 
shire east from 1869. 

Conservative^ Junior Carlton; Barlow 
Hally Manchester ; 5 Orosvenor Square. 
W. 

BrotliertOB,lady. Thomasina, dr. of rev. 
Walter Hare; m. general sir Thos. Bro- 
therton, o.c.b. (rf.) col. 1 dragoon grds. 

BroofflLam and vaox, 2 baron (1830). 
William Brougbiun, bro. of lord-chan- 
cellor Brougham ; b. 1795 ; m. dr. of sir 
Charles Taylor, bart., m.p. : m.a. Oxon., 
called to tne bar at Lincoln's Inn 1823, 
master in chancery 1835-40, m.p. 
Southwark, 1831-35, lieut.-col. 1 Cum- 
berknd rifle volunteers from 1863. 

Broucham HaU^ Fenr'Uh, Westmore- 
land; 21 Berkeleu Square. 

Brougham, hon. Henry, eld. s. of 2 
baron Brougham; b. 1836: m.a. Cantab., 
dep.-lieut. of Westmoreland, a clerk in 
ihe house of lords. 
21 Berkeley Souare, TV. 

BroTighaiii, hon. Reginald Dudley, s. of 
2 boron Brougham; b. 1853. 

Brongham, hon. Wilfrid, s. of 2 baron 
Brougham ; b. 1842 ; m. dr. of Gaetana 
Yiginti: ex-lieut. 17 lancers. 
Virginiay U.S.A. 

Brougham, hon. Sybil Mary ; b. 1851, 
dr. of 2 baron Brougham. 

Brougham, maj.-^n. Thomas, R.A. : 
served in Affghamstan 1841-42, at the 
defence of Candahar, in the Sutlej 
campaign, and on the Peshawur frontier 
during the Indian mutiny, retired on 
full pay as col. royal Bengal artillery. 

BroughtOB, sir Henry Delves, 9 hart. 
(1660) b. 1810: high sheriff of Stafford- 
shire in 1859. 
Bnmghton Hall, EcchshaU, Staford. 

Broughton, lieat.-gen. William Edwin 
Delves, r.b. : one of the commissioners 
to survey the north-east and north-west 
boundaries of the British possessions in 
north America 1840-45, a commissioner of 
tiie poor-law boundaries in Ireland 1850, 
commanded the royal engineers in China 
1851-54, at Portsmouth 1854, at Porthmd 
1855-60. 
The Crescent, Surbiton. 
Brown, rir William, 9 bart. (1686) b. 
1804 ; m. dr. of John Smith, of Drungans, 



Ayrshire: a solicitor in Dumfries, ad- 
nutted a procurator in 1851. 
Irving Street, Dumfries. 

Brown, air John ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of 
Benjamin Schofield, Sheffield: dep.-lieut. 
of Yorkshire, mayor of Sheffield. 1862- 
63, master-cutler there in 1865 and 
1866, chairman of the Atlas iron and 
armour-plate works, Sheffield, dep. 
chairman of Earle's slupbuilding co., 
Hull. 

Junior Carlton ; Enclife Sail, She/- 
Jteld. 

Brown, sir William, c. b. ;b. 1812 j m. dr. 
of W. Tindal, Aylesbury: assist, ac- 
countant-gen. at the war office 1857-60, 
accountant-gen. 1860-70. 

Windham ; Putney Hill^ 8. W. 

Brown, sir William Richmond, 2 bart. 
(1863), grandson of air Wm. Brown, 
M.p. Idverpool; b. 1840; m. dr. of maj.- 
gen. W. Mountsteven: dep.-lieut of 
JNorthamptonshire, and hi^n sheriff in 
1873, hon. col. 1 Lancashire artillery 
volunteers firom 1866. 

Union; Astrop, Banbury, North' 
ampton. 

Brown, Alexander Hargreaves, s. of 
A. Brown. Beilbygrange, and grandson 
of sir William Brown, 1 bart., m.p. ; b. 
1844 : ex-cor. 5 drag.grds., col. 1 Lanca- 
shire artillery volunteers from 1869, 
M.p. (L.) Wenlock from 1868. 

Reform, Naval and Military ; Mieh^ 
tnond HilL Liverpool; 12 Grosvenor 
Gardens, Eaton Square, S. W, 

Brown, John Campbell, c.B. : hon. 
surg. to the Queen from 1861, surgeon- 
gen. Bengal medical dept., fellow of 
Calcutta university. 

Brown, mi\j.-gen. John Head : retired 
on full pay as col. Madras cavalry. 

Brown-Oriere, gen. JohnTatton, r.m.; 
m. Jane, dr. of Alexander Kellock,M.D., 
Berwick-on-Twoed : served in Spain 
1812, in Algiers 1826, and in Syria 
1849-51, retired on full pay. 

Brown, sen. William Gustayus : served 
in the Punjab campaign, col. 83 ft. from 
1873. 

Brown, coL William Tod, B.A., o.b.: 
served in the Punjab campaign, com- 
missary of ordnance and m charge of 
siege train and artillery park during the 
Indian mutiny campaign. 

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Brown, bon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 1 boron 
Abercromby ; b. 1811 ; m. col. Nicbolas 
R. Brown (rf.) 34 ft. 
4 Cleveland Mow, St, James* a, S, W. 
Brownei bp. ; -Mt Ely. 
Browne, sir Charles Mauly, 4 bart. 
(1797) b. 1812; m. dr. (rf.) of T. Macau- 
lay Cruttwell, Perr^mead-lodge, Bath 
(divorced, 1863): ex-capt. Durham 
artilleT}' militia. 

Jtegeiit ; Johmiotntt Dtiblin ; Lang' 
ham Hotels JV, ; Coombe Woody Surrey. 
Browne, lord John Thomas, s. of 2 
mai-q. Sligo; b. 1824: ex-lieut. royal 
navv, M.p. Sligo 1857-58. Heir pres. to 
his brother. 

16 Mansfield Street^ Fortlatid Place; 
Westportj Mayo. 
Browne, lord Richard Howe, s. of 2 
marq. of Sligo; b. 1834; m. dr. of Joeeph 
Amoabury, Brighton : knight of tne 
Medjidie, ex-maior 96 ft. 
Junior United Service ; Eeigate. 
Browne, lord Ulick, s. of 2 marq. of 
Sligo; b. 1831; m. dr. of W. 8. Dicken, 
Bengal med. service: under-soc. to the 
government of India in I860, chairman 
of the justices at Calcutta in 1872, com- 
missioner of the north-west provinces from 
1872, member of the Bengal legislative 
council ftom 1871. 
Arthur's; Calcutta. 
Browne, lady Elizabeth, b. 1817 ; lady 
Emily, b. 1829; lady Augusta, b. 1838, 
drs. of 2 marq. of Sugo. 
Browne, lady Ellen, dr. of 8 earl of 
Eenmare ; b. 1826. 
8 Charles Street, Lowndes Square. 
Browne, lady Margaret, dr. of 4 earl of 

Kenmare;b. 1862. 
Browne, hon. Arthur Henry, s. of 3 

baron Kilmaine ; b. 1850. 
Browne, hon. Cecil Au^pistine, & of 4 

earl of Kenmare ; b. 1864. 
Browne, hon. Edward David, s. of 3 
baron Kilmaine; b. 1844: lieut.roy.navy. 
Junior Army and Navy. 
Browne, hon. Greorge Aogostas, s. of 2 
baron Kilmaine; b. 1801 ; m. 1. dr. of sir 
Charles Morgan; 2. dr. of Charles 
Prideaux Bruncj of Prideaux Place, 
Cornwall : ex-maior 46 ft. 

Carlton, United Service ; 2SLoumdes 

Square, S. W. 

Browne, hon. and very rev. Henry 

Montagu, s. of 2 baron Kilmaine; b. 1799; 

m. dr. (rf.) of 1 viae. Frankfort-de-Mont- 



morency: k.a. Dublin, dean of lismore 
from 1^, rector of Bumchurck, Ben^ 
nettsbridge, Kilkenny, I860. 

Browne, hon. Richard Howe, s. of 
baron Kilmaine ;b. 1811; m. cousin, dr. of 
col. hon. John Browne: ex-lieut. 2 hus- 
sars, dep.-lieut. of Surrey,and high sheriff 
in 1858. 
Crouch Oak, Surrey. 

Browne, hon. William, s. of 1 earl of 
Kenmare; b. 1791; m. dr. (<y of Thomas 
Segrave: dep.-lieut. of Kerrv, m.p. 
Kerry co. 1841-47. 

Browne, hon. Julia, b. 1842; hon. 
Gertrude, b. 1846, drs. of 3 bar. Kilmaine. 

Browne, hon. mrs. Geoi^gina, dr. of 2 
baron Decies; b.l812; m. l.Wm. Watson; 
2. Henrj- Edwardes Brown. 

Browne, sir Thomas Gore, a B. , K. c. M. o. , 
bro. of bp. of Winchester; b. 1807 ; m. 
dr. of J. Campbell, of CVaigie House, 
Ayrshire : ex-fieut.-col. 41 ft. which he 
commanded during the whole of the 
Afghanistan campaign, governor of St. 
Helena 1851-54, of New Zealand 1854-61, 
of Tasmania 1862-70, of Bermuda 1870- 
71. 

United Service, Athenwum ; West 
Hill, Marrow. 

Browne, col. Andrew, as. : kniffht of 
the legion of honour, and of the Me^i- 
die, served in the Crimea, and in China 
1860,lieut.-col. h.p.44ft. 

Browne, lieut.-col. George, c.b., bro. of 
lieut.-gen. sir Thomas H. Browne, 
K.C.H., and of mrs. Felicia Hemans; m. 
dr. of Rev. C. Irwin : ex-lieut. -col. 23 
ft., served with 23 ft. in Portugal and 
Spain, in the Walcheren expedition, 
and in the Peninsula. 

Browne, Geoi^ge Eakins, b. 1837 ; m. 
dr. of M. Bl^e, of Ballinafad, Mayo : a 
magistrate for Mayo, m.p. (h.k.) for 
Mayo from 1870. 

Brownestown, BaUinrobe, Mayo ; 33 
Palace Gardens Terrace, Kenstngton, 
W. 

Browne, col. James F. Manners, R.E., 
C.B., s. of hon. and very rev. Henry 
Browne; b. 1824; m. dr. of J. Hunt, 
Quebec : served in the Crimea, knight 
of the legion of honour, and of the 
Medjidie, dep. -adjutant-gen. of royal 
engineers from 18/1. 

War OJjUcc; 41- Elvaston Place, 
South Kensington. 

Browne, archdeacon Robert William, 
F.O.8., s. of W. Browne, Kennington ; 



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b. 1809; m. dr. of rev. sir Charles Har- 
din^e, 2 bart.: m.a. Oxon., canon of 
WeUs (600/.), archdeacon of Bath 1860 
(200/.), rector of Weston-super-Mare, 
Somerset (264/.). 

Athmaum; The Liberty, WeUt, 
Somerset. 

Browne, msgor-gen. Samuel James, 
T.c, c.B. : served in the Punjab cam- 
pai^, commanded 2 Punjab cavalry 
dunug the TnHimi mutiny, commanded 
the brigade at Peahawur 1868-72. Ben- 
gal statt' corps. 

Browne, gen. Walter John, c.B. ; m. 
dr. of major Clutterbuck, Warkworth. 
Bombay infantry. 

Browne, rear-adm. William Cheseldon, 
8. of Sufficld Brown, Leesthorpe Hall, 
Leicester ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. of vice-adm. 
Samuel Hood linzee (nephew of 1 vis- 
countess Hood) : inspecting commander 
of coast guard 1836-47, at the battle of 
Algiers, secretary to the royal yacht 
squadron at Cowes 1853-60. 

Brofmlow, 3 earl (1815). Adelbert 
Wellington Brownlow Cust; b.l844; m. 
dr. of 20 carl of Shrewsbury ; 2nd tit. 
vise. Alford : ex-lieut. grenadier guards. 
M.p. north Salop 1866-67, ex-colonel 
Salop militia, lord-lieut. of Lincoln- 
fihire finom 1867, an ecclesLastical com- 
missioner for ^igland. 

Carlton ; BeUon Jfoiisej Orantham ; 
Askridffe Fork, Berkhampttend, Berks ; 
36 Bei^ave Square. 

Brownlow, col. sir Charles Henry, 
K.c.B. ; b. 1820 : served in the Pui^ab 
campaign, and in China, aide-de-camp 
to the Uueen from 1869, col. -command- 
ant 20 Pimjab native infantry 1865-72, 
brigadier-geu.-commanding Biawul Pin- 
dee brigade from 1872. 
Bauml Findee, Bengal. 

Brownlow, hon. Edward, s. of 1 baron 
Lurgan ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of John Hardy, 
ex-consul at Cuba : ex-capt. Scots fusi- 
lier guards, hon. colonel Armagh militia 
from 1867. 
Brownlow, hon. Francis Ocil, s. of 2 

baron Lurgan ; b. 1870. 
Brownlow, hon. John Boderick, s. of 

2 baron Lurgan ; b. 1865. 
Brownlow, hon. William, eld. s. of 2 

' baron Lurgan ; b. 1858. 
Brownlow, hon. Emily, b. 1854; hon. 
Clara Agnes, b. 1855 ; hon. Louisa, b. 
1861 ; honTlsabella, b. 1864 ; hon. Cle- 



mentina, b. 1868, dn. of 2 baron 
Lurgan. 

Brownrigg, sir Bobert William, 2 
bart. (1816) b. 1817: b.a. Oxon. 

Travellers'; 12 West Eaton Flacty 
Belgrave Square, W. 

Brownrigg, m^or-gen. John Stud- 
holme, C.B., s. of J. S. Brownri^, m.p. ; 
b. 1814 ; m. dr. of rt. hon. sir Henn- 
Watkyn Wynn : served as assistant ad- 
jutant-j^n. in the Crimea, knight of 
the legion of honour, and of the Medji- 
die, commanding south-eastern district 
1867-71, at Chatham 1871-73, provin- 
cial grand master of the freemasons for 
Surrey, a magistrate for Middlesex. 

91 Victoria Street, Westminster, 
S. W. ; Ashford Lodge, Staines, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Brownrigg, lady. dr. of rev. Thomas 
Cooke; m. sir Henry John Brownrigg, 
c.B. (d.), inspector-gen. of constabulary 
in Irehmd, 1858-65 (nephew of gen. sir 
Bobert Brownrigg, 1 bart.). 

Bmoe, earl (eld. s. of marq. of Ailes- 
bury). 

Bmoe, baron (eld. s. of earl of Elgin). 

Bmoe, air Henry Hervey, 3 bart. (1804), 
b. 1830 ; m. dr. of sir Juckcs Clifton, 8 
bart. : ex-lieut. 1 lifeguards, dep.-lieut. 
of Londonderry, and high sheriff in 
1845, M.p. (c.) Coleraine 1862-74. 

Junior United Service; BownhiU, 
Coleraine ; 7 Portman Square. 

Bmoe, maj.-gen. Robert : served in the 
Kaffir war 1851-53, lieut.-col. h.p. 2 ft. 

Bmee, sir William Cunningham, 9 
bart. (1629), b. 1821; m. dr. {d.) of hon. 
Waller O'Uradyj Q.c. : ex-capt. 7 4 ft, 
dep.-lieut. of Stirlingshire. 

Stenhouse, Selkirk; Scotstoum, Aber^ 
deen. 

Bmee, lord Charles Brudenell, s. of 1 
marq. of Ailesbury ; b. 1834; m. dr. of. 
F. C. Seymour (cousin of 5 marq. of 
Hertford) : ex-captain 1 life guards, capt. 
Wilts yeomanry from 1861, m.p. (l.) 
WUts north 1865-74. 

Travellers* White's; 10 Hertford 
Street, Mai/fair. 

Bmee, rt. hon. lord Ernest Augustus 
Brudenell, p.c, s. of 1 marq. of AUes- 
bury ; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of 2 baron Deciee : 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Wilts, lord 
of the bedchamber to William IV. 1834- 

I 35, vice-chamberlain of the Queen's 

I household 1841-46, 1852-58, major WUts 

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yeomanry from 1861, m.p. (l.) Marl- 
borough from 1832. 

BoodUi; 6 St. Georgi^s Place, 
Hyde Park Comer ; 6 Chichester Ter- 
race, Kemp Toictiy Brighton. 

Bmee, hon. Charles Granville, s. of 1 
baron Aberdare ; b. 1866. 

Bnioe, hon. Frederick John, s. of 8 
earl of Elgin ; b. 1854 : a page of honour 
to the Queen 1869-71. 
Broomhall, Fife. 

Bmoe, hon. Henry Campbell, eld. s. 
of 1 baron Aberdare ; b. 1851. 

Brace, hon. Robert, s. of 8 earl of 
Elgin ;b. 1851. 

Brace, hon. Thomas Charles, s. of 7 
earl of Elgin ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. of Thomas 
Thomhill, Riddlesworth Hall, Norfolk : 
M.A. (wrangler) Cantab.,calledto the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1854, capt. 32 Mid- 
dlesex rifle volunteers from 1860, M.p. (c.) 
Portsmouth from 1874. 

Carlton; 42 Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square. 

Brace, hon. William Napier, s. of 1 
baron Aberdare ; b. 1858. 

Brace, hon. Jesse Frances, b. 18—; 

hon. , b. ; hon. , b. ; 

hon. , b. ; hon. , b. ; 

hon. , b. ; hon. , b. ; 

hon. , b. ; hon. . b. ; 

drs. of 1 baron Aberdare. 

Brace, hon. mrs. Robert, dr. of sir 
Michael Shaw Stewart, bart. ; m. maj.- 
gen. hon. Robert Bruce (rf.), governor 
to the Prince of Wales: extra-bed- 
chamber woman to the Queen 1862-66, 
bedchamber woman in ordinary to the 
Queen from 1866, bedchamber woman 
to the princess of Wales 1863-65, extra 
bedchamber woman from 1865. 

Colour Court, St. James's Palace, S. W. 

Brace, hon. mrs. Harriet, dr. of 8 
baron Rivers; b. 1816; m. Charles Dash- 
wood Bruce {d.), s. of hon. Charles 
Andrew Bruce, governor of Prince of 
Wales's Island. 

Brace, lady. Emma, dr. of J. Ramsbot- 
tom, Clewer Lodge, Windsor, m.p. ; m. 1. 
sir Stewart Bruce, 1 bart. (ext.) ; 2. 
Bernard de Eoetteritz, col. imperial 
Russian guard. 

Braen, Henry, s. of col. Henry Bruen, 
M.P.: b. 1828; m. dr. of col. E. M. 
Conolly, M.p. ; dep.-lieut. of Carlow, 



and high sheriff in 1855, m.p. (c.) Car- 
low CO. from 1857. 

Carlton; Oak Park, Carlow ; Saek^ 
ville Street Cluby Dublin; Ooalbatnt, 
Enniseorthy, 

Brane, hon. mrs. Ellen Jane, dr. of 1 
baron Carew; b.l824; m. Charles Glynne 
Prideaux-Brune, b. 1821, dep.-lieut. of 
Cornwall. 

Prideaux Place, Cornwall ; P.lumber, 
Hants ; 20 Charles Street, Berkeley So, 

Bryan, George Leojwld, s. of col. 
George Bryan, Jenkinstown, g^randson 
of capt. Bryan, m.p. ; b. 1828 ; m. lady 
Elizaoeth, dr. of 2 marq. of Conyngham : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Kilkenny, 
and high sheriit in 1852, m.p. (h.b.) 
Kilkenny from 1865. 

Reform; Jenkinstown Park, KH- 
kenny ; 55 Jermyn Street, St. James's, 
S.TV. 

Bryan, lady Elizabeth ; vide George 
Leopold Bryan. 

Brydgei, sir Harford James Jones, 2 

bart. (1807) b. 1808 ; m. dr. of capt. 

Jolm Maberley, b.n. : m.a. Oxon., high 

sheriff of Radnorshire in 1852. 

Athenaum; Boultibrooke, Presteiyn, 

Brymer, William Ernest, s. of John 
Brymer, high sheriff of Dorset in 1865 ; 
b. 1840: M.A. Cantab., lieut. Queen's 
own Dorsetshire yeomanry from 1871, 
M.p. (c.) Dorchester from 1874. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Usington 
House, Dorchester; 8 St. Jame^s 
Street, Pall MaU, 

Bncclench, 5 duke of (1663) and 7 
duke of Queensberry (1684). Walter 
Francis Douglas Scott, ll.d., d.c.i.., 
P.C., K.o. ; b. 1829 ; m. dr. of 2 maro. of 
Bath: sits as earl of Doncaster (1662) ; 
2nd tit. earl of Dalkeith: M.A. Cantab., 
lord privy seal 1842-46, president of the 
council m 1846, col. Midlothian yeo- 
manry from 1855, col. Edinburgh mi- 
litia trom 1842, militia aide-de-camp to 
the Queen from 1857, capt. gen. of^the 
Queen*s body guard in Scotland, high 
steward of Westminster, lord-lieut. of 
Edinburp:hshire frt)m 1827, and of Rox- 
burghshire from 1841. 

(Triton; Montagu House, White^ 
hall, S.W.; Dalkeith Palace, near 
Edinburgh ; Bowhill, Selkirk ; Drum- 
lanria Castle, Dumfries; BeauHeu, 
Southampton. 

•Bnchan,13earlof(1469). DavidStaiut 
Erskine; b. 1815: m.dr. of James Smith, 



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Craigend Stirling; 2nd tit. viae. Car- 
dross: dep.-Iieut. of Linlithgowshire, 
ex-maj. Midlothian yeomanry, ex-capt. 
35 ft 
Kirkhii/y Linlithgowshire, 

Bnehan, dow. -countess of. Caroline, dr. 
of James Primrose Maxwell, Kent ; m. 
as his 3rd wife, 12 earl of Buchan. 
27 I*ark Street, Growenor Square. 

Bvehtn, lady. Laura, dr. of coL Mark 
Wilks, Kirby, Isleof Man; m. lieut- 
gen. sir John Buchan, k.c.b. (rf.). 
6 Smsex Square, Myde Park, W. 

Buchanan, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Montrose). Douglas Beresford Malise 
Bonald Graham; b. 1862: sub.-lieut. 
Coldstream guards. 

Bnehanan, rt. hon. sir Andrew, o.c.b., 
s. of James Buchanan, Craigend Castle, 
Stirlingshire ; b. 1807 ; m. 1. dr. of very 
rev. Dean Mellish ; 2. dr. of 11 baron 
BlantjTe : charg^ d'affaires at St. Peters- 
burgh 1844-51, minister to Switzerland 
1852, envoy to Denmark 1853, to Spain 
1868, to the Netherlands 1860, ambas- 
sador to Prussia 1860, to Euasia 1864, to 
Austria from 1871. 

Travellers* ; Craigend CastUy Miln- 
garvie, Glasgow. 

Bnehanan, general Gilbert John Lane, 

R.A. 

Bnehanan, yen. archdeacon Thomas 
Boughton: m.a. Oxon., chaplain to the 
late lord Herbert of Lea, archdeacon of 
Wilts from 1874, rector of Wishford 
Magna, Salisbury, 1863-71, vicar from 
1871 oi Patteme.Bevizes (538/.). 

Bnehanan, lady Kathleen, dr. of 8 earl 
of Donoughmore; b. 1828; m. David 
William Kamsay Buchanan, b. 1834, 
ex-capt. Lanarkshire militia. 
Greenfield, Shettlestone, Lanark. 

Bnekhnnt, baron (1864), claimed by 
hon. Mortimer Sackville West. 
Carlton ; Knole, Sevenoaks. 

BneUngham and Chandoi, 3 duke of 

8822). Richard Plantagenet Temple- 
ugent - Brjdget - Chandos - Grenville, 
P.c. : b. 1823, m. dr. (rf.) of Robert Har- 
vey, Langley Park, Bucks : dep.-lieut. of 
Bucks and of Northampton^ president of 
the council 1866-1^7, colomal secretary 
1867-68, lieut.-col. commandant Buclcs 
yeomanry fitim W2, lord.-lieut. of 
Bucks from 1868. 

Carlton; Wootton Mouse, Aylesbury ; 
Siowe, Buckingham; Chandos Street, 
Cavendish Square, 



Buckingham, archdeacon of (Oxf.); 

vide £. Bickersteth. 
Bnokinghamihire, 6 earl of (1746). rev.. 

Augustus Edward Hobart ; b. 1793 ; m. 

1. dr. of mr. serjeant John Williams; 

2. dr. (rf.) of Rev. Godfrey Egremont ; 
2nd tit. baron Hobart : m.a. Oxon., pre- 
bendary of Wolverhampton. 

Eichtnond Lodge, Sidmouth, Devon. 

BnckinghamBhire, dow. -countess of. 

Anne, dr. of sir Arthur Pigot; m. 1. 

6 earl of Buckingham shir e ; 2. David 

Wilson, M.D. 

62 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W, 

Bnokle, rear-admiral Claude Henry 
Mason, c.b., s. of admiral Matthew 
Buckle ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of T. Dean Shute, 
Bramshaw HiU, New Forest : knight of 
the Mediidie, some time senior officer at 
the blockade of Odessa in 1855, capt.- 
Buperintendent of royal victualling yard 
at Deptford 1857-60. 
59 ICutlandGate,Knightsbridge,S. JT. 

Bnokle, deputy surgeon-gen. Henry 
Bruges, C.B. : ex-principal medical store- 
keeper to the government of Ladia, in 
charge of the presidency circle. 

Bnokle, sir Edmund Peck, 1 hart. 
(1868) b. 1834; m. dr. of Wm. Rees, 
Tonn, LlandoveiT : dep.-lieut. of Merio- 
neth, M.p. (c.) Newcastle-under-Lyme 
from 18^. 

Carlton; Plas Dinas, Motvddwy, 
Merioneth; Gratton Ball, Saddte-^ 
worth, Yorkshire, 

Bnokley, lady Catherine, dr. of 3 earl of 
Radnor ; b. 1801 ; m. lieut.-gen. Ed- 
ward Pery Buckley (d.), m.p. Salisbury 
1853-65. 

New Hall, Salisbury; 12 South 
Audley Street, W. 

Bndd, general Richard: served in the 
Mahratta campaign, and in Burmah and. 
Coorg. Madras infantry. 

Bnlkeley, sir Richard Bulkeley Wil- 
liams-, 10 bart. ('1611) b. 1801 ; m. 1. 
cousin, dr. of 1 baron Dinorben ; 2. dr. 
of sir W. M. Stanley, 10 bart. : dep.- 
lieut. of Angleeea, m.p. Beaumaris 1830- 
33, Anglesea 1833-37, Flint boroughs 
1841-47, Anglesea 1847-68, lord.-Ueut. 
of Carnarvon 1851-66. 

Reform, Arthur's; Baron* s Hilly 
Beaumaris. 

BnUer, sir Edward Manningham-, 1 
bart. (1866), bro. of 1 baron Churston; b. 
1800; m. 1. dr. and heiress of maj.- 

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gen. Manningham; 2. dr. of adm. 
sir Charles EdwBrd Nugent, o.c.h., 
and widow of rt. hon. air (^rge Bankes, 
M.p. : M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Staf- 
fordshire, and high sheriff in 1853, m.p. 
(L.) Staffordshire north 1837-41, Stof- 
ford 1841-47,Stafford8hirenorthl86o-74. 
Traveller s\ Brooks' ; Lilhorn, 
Cheadk, Stafford; Sh^fctt Elms, East 
Shmiy Surrey; 5 Old Falaoe Yard, S. W. 

Buller, gen. sir Geoi^, g.c.b., s. of 
gen. Frederick W. Buller, Pelynth ; b. 
1805 ; m. dr. of ^n. sir John Macdonald, 
o.c.B. : seryed^in the Kaffir war 1852-3, 
and in the Crimea, knight of the legion 
of honour, lieut. -governor of Ports- 
mouth and conmiander of the south- 
western district 1865-70, coL-com- 
mandant of rifle brigade from 1860. 

United Service; 23 Bruton Street y 
W. ; Pelynty East Looe, Cornwall. 

Boiler, hon. Geoffrey, bro. of 2 baron 
Churston ; b. 1861. 

Boiler, hon. Henry, bro. of 2 baron 
Churston ; b. 1862. 

BoUer, hon. Reginald, bro. of 2 baron 
Churston ; b. 1864. 

Boiler, hon. Walter, bro. of 2 baron 
Churston, b. 1859. 

Boiler, hon. Charlotte, b. 1861 ; hon. 
Eleanor, b. 1856 ; hon. Bertha, b. 1860, 
sisters of 2 baron Churston. 

Boiler, hon. mrs. John, dr. of £. 
Chandos Pole, Redboume, Derby ; m. 
hon. John Tarde Buller (<i.), eld. s. of 
1 baron Churston. 
10 Queett's Gate Place, S. W. 

Boiler, lady Anne, dr. of 2 earl of Lei- 
cester ; b. 1845 ; m. lieut. -col. Frederick 
Charles Manningham Buller (s. of sir 
E. M. Buller, bart.), b. 1837. 

Boiler, lady. dr. of Francis Templer, 
treasurer of Cevlon ; m. sir Arthur 
Buller, M.p. id,)y Queen's advocate in 
Ceylon 1840-48, judge in Calcutta 1848- 
68. 
The Cottage^ LetDanie, Liskeard, 

Boiler, major Red vers Henry, c.B., s 
of James Wcntworth Buller, m.p., of 
Downes, Crediton ; b. 1839 : served in 
China 1860, on the Red River expedition 
1870, and in the Ashantee expedition 
1874, ex-dep. -assistant adjutant and 
quarter-master-gen. on the Gold Coast, 
capt. 60 ft., dep.-assistant-adjutant- 
gen. at head-quarters from 1874. 



Bollock, rear-admiral Frederick, s. of 
commander J. Bullock, royal navy ; b. 
1790. 
OantweU Boad, Plwmtcady 8.E. 

Bolteel, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 2 eaii 

Grey, b. 1798; m. John Croker Bulteel 

(jd.) M.p. Devon south, and high sheriff 

in 1841. 

Panjletey Ivybridge, Devon; o2 

. Grecfi Street, Grosvenor Square, 

Bolwer, col. Edward Gascoigne, c.B., 
nephew of 1 baron Lytton ; b. 1830 ; lu. 
dr. of sir J. Buxton^ 2 bart., m.p. : ex- 
lieut.-col. 23 ft. which he commanded 
in the Crimea, attached to his uncle's 
(lord Dalling) special mission to the 
Principalities m 1856,a8siBtant-adjutant^ 
gen. of reserve forces fix)m 1873. 

War Of/ice ; 6 Mofitagu Slquare, If'. 

Bolwer, sir Henry Ernest, K.C.M.G., 
nephew of 1 baron Lytton; b. 1833 : b.a. 
Cantab., consul in the Ionian islands 
1860-64, receiver-gen. of Trinidad 186G- 
70, governor of Labuan and consul-gen. 
of Borneo from 1871. 

United Universityy St, Jame9\ 
Labuan, 

Bolwer, James Bedford, q.c, ^. of rev. 
J. Bulwer, Hunworth with Stody, Nor- 
folk; b. 1820: M.A. Cantab., called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1847, 
queen's counsel 1865, recorderoi Ipswich 
1861-66, of Cambrid^ from 1866, lieut.- 
col. inns of court nfle volunteers frtim 
1873, M.p. (c.) Ipswich from 1874. 

United Umveraity; 11 King's Betich 
Walk, Temple. 

Bonbory, sir Charles James Fox, F.R.&, 
8 bart. (1681) b. 1809 ; m. dr. of Leonard 
Homer: m.a. Cantab., dep.-lieut of 
Suffolk, and high sherifi' in 1868, author 
of a " Journal of a Residence at the 
Cape of Good Hope," etc. 

Athenoium ; Barton Hall, Bury St. 
Edmunds ; 48 Eaton Place, S. W, 

Bonbory, rev. sir John Richardson-, 3 
bart. (1787) b. 1813; m. dr. of W. An- 
ketell, Anketell Grove, Mouaghan : m.a. 
Oxon. 

Junior Athenaum ; KUfeadc, 7\p^ 
perary. 

Bonbory, col. Henry William, G.B., 
bro. of sir Charles J. Fox Bunbury, 8 
bart.; b. 1812; m. dr. of lieut. -gen. sir 
George Napier, k.c.b.: served in India 
and the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honour, ex-lieut.-col. 23 ft. 



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Bumy, col. Arthur, 11.A., o.b, : served 
in the Sutlej campaign 1846, and in the 
Indian mutiny. 

Bvrdett, sir Charles Wentworth, 7 
hart. (1665) b. 1836: ex-lieut. 54ft.,ex- 
lieut. 2 Staffordshire militia. 
Ascomb^ Yorkshire. 

Bnrdett, col. sir Robert, 6 bart. (1618), 
8. of air Francis Burdett, M.P., by miss 
Coutts; b. 1796: ex-lieut. -coL 68 ft., 
hi^h sheriff of Derbyshire in 1848. 

TraveU^s' ; Kamsbury Manor. 
Wilts; Foremark, Derby; 8 Park 
Plaee^ St. James's Street, S. W. 

Bnrdett-Contts, 1 bai-oness (1871). An- 
gelina Burdett-Coutts, dr. of sir Francis 
Burdett, m.p., by miss Coutts ; b. 1814 : 
celebrated for her various benevolent 
and philanthropic deeds, received the 
fineedom of the city of London, and also 
of Edinburgh. 

Holly Lodge, Highgate ; 1 Strattofi 
Streety PiecadiUy, W. 

Bnrdon, bp. ; vide Victoria. 

Bnrford, earl of (eld. s. of dnke of St. 
Albans). Charles Victor Albert Aubrey 
de Vere Beauclerk ; b. 1870. 

Bnrget, hon. mrs. Edith, sis. of 2 
bcunon Skelmersdale ; b. 1810 ; m. YmT 
Henr}' Burges, m.a., a magistrate lor 
Tyrone. 

Parkanaitr, Tyrone; 37 Hill Street j 
Berkeley Square. 

Bnrgbersh, baroh (eld. s. of earl of 
Westmoreland). Anthony Mildmay Ju- 
lian Fane ; b. 1859. 

Burghenh, lady. Augusta, dr. of Wil- 
liam Loch; m. 1. baron Burghersh Welder 
bro. of 12 earl of Westmoreland); 2. 
duke of San Arpino. 

Bnrghley, baron (eld. s. of marq. of 
Exeter) . Brownlow Henry Cecil, b. 1849: 
dep.-lieut. of Lincolnshire, capt. grena- 
dier guards, aide-de-camp to su* H. 
Boyle commanding southern division. 

Btugoyne, col. sir John Montagu, 10 
bart. (1641) b. 1832; m. dr. of capt. H. 
Kealson Smith, royal engineers: ex-capt. 
grenadier guards, major Beds militia 
from 1874. 

Carlton, Guards^ ; Sutton Park, Big- 
gleswade, Beds. 
Biri^oyiie, dow.-lady. dr. of William 
Gore Lfuigton, m.p.; m. sir John Bur- 
goyne, 9 bart. 
5 Sottth Eaton Plauy Eaton Sqtmre, 

8. jr. 



Bnrke, vise. (eld. s. of marq. of Clan- 
ricarde). 

Bnrke, sir John Bernard, ll.i>., g.b., 
bro. of mr. sen cant Peter Burke; b. 
1815 ; m. dr. of James MacEvoy, Tober- 
tinan, Meath: called to the bar at the 
Middle Temple 1839, Ulster king of 
arms of all Ireland from 1853 (750/.), a 
governor of the national gallery of Ire- 
land from 1874. 

28 Pembroke Place, Dublin ; Record 
Tower, Dublin Castle. 

Bnrke, sir John Lionel, 12 bart. (1628> 
b. 1818. 

Bnrke, m^*or-gen. James Henry, lUE,, 
8. of col. sir John Burke, 2 bart.; b. 
1816 ; m. Marion, dr. of gen. B. Crispin : 
retired on Ml pay as col. royal Bombay 
engineers. 

Bnrke, sir Thomas John, 3 bart. (1797) 
b. 1815 ; m. lady Mary, dr. of 9 earl of 
Westmeath : ex-capt. 1 dragoon guards, 
dep.-Ueut. of Galway, m.p. Galway 
1847-65. 

Junior United Service ; Marble Hilly 
Galway. 

Bnrke, lady Mary ; vide sir Thomas 
John Burke. 

Bnrleigk, baron ; vide Balfour of Bur- 
leigh. 

Bnrmester, m^*or-gen. Arnold Edward, 
c.B. : commanded 59 ft. in the opera- 
tions before Canton 1860, retired on 

Bayswater, 

Bnm, m^jor-gen. (Jeorge : retired on 
full pay as col. Madras miantry. 
74 Porehester Terrace, Bayswater,- IT, 
Bnm, major-cen. Hemy Pelham: re- 
tired on full pay as col. Bengal infan- 
try. 

94 Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, 
Jr, 

Bnm, lieut.-gen. Robert, ra.: col.- 
commandant 7 brigade royal artiller>'. 

Bnme, col. Owen Tudor, c.s.i., s. of 
rev. H. T. Bume, m.a., Grittleton, 
Wilts; b. 1836 ; m. hon. Evelyn, dr. of 3 
baron Kilmaine : major h. p. 20 ft., pri- 
vate secretary to the governor-gen. of 
India (earl Mayo) 1869-72, assistant 
secretary in the political and secret de- 
partment of the India Office 1873-74, 
secretary from 1874. 

Senior UhiUd Service; 47 South 
Street, Park Lane, 

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3iime, hon. mrs. Caroline, dr. of 2 
vise. Sidmouth; b. 1833; m. Newdigate 
H. K. Bume, called to the bar at Lin- 
coln's-inn 1860. 
Haredene^ Albwjf, OuUdford, 

Biim6| hon. mrs. Evelyn, dr. of 3 
baron Eilmaine; vide col. Owen T. 
Bume. 

JiuiLaby, maJor-gen. Charles Herrick, 
R.A. : served in the Kaifir war 1846-47, 
and commanded the royal artillery in 
the war of 1850-62, retired on full pay 
as lieat.-col. 

20 RcgenVB Park Terrace, Gloucester 
Gate, N. W. 

Bnraaby, sir William Edward, 4 bart. 
(1767) b. 1824 ; m. dr. (rf.) of William 
Koece, Lower Hall, Ledbmy. 

Jwiior Carlton J Raleigh^ Wlftdham ; 
Montpelier Place, Brighton. 

Bnraaby, dow. -lady. Eleanor, m. Joseph 
Wood, Bermuda; 2. sir William Cnsp 
Hood Bumaby, 3 bart. 
Longho%*9C, Bermuda, 

Bxirnett, major-gen. Francis Claude, 
R.A.. 8. of col. ^seph Burnett, Bengal 
artillery, of Gadgirth; b. 1811; m. 1. dr. 
of capt. W. Woolridge, royal navy ; 2. 
dr. of gen. John Grant, R.A.: retired on 
full pay as col. royal Bengal artillery. 
Gadgirthy TarooUon, Ayr, 

Burnett, sir James Horn, 10 bart. 
(1626) b. 1801; m. 1. dr. of Charles 
Spearman, Thomeley Hall, Durham; 2. 
cousin, dr. of sir Alexander Ramsay, 1 
bart., and widow of David Duncan, 
ParkhUl, JForfar : admitted a writer to 
the signet in Edinburgh in 1824, dep.- 
lieut. of Aberdeenshire, convenor 18o6- 
63, lord-lieut. of Kincardineshire from 
1863. 

Windham ; Orathes Castle, Kinear- 
difie, 

Bnrney, admiral James, s. of doctor 
Bumey, of Gosport; b. 1795; m. dr. (rf.) 
of P. L. Burnett. 
Romsey, 

Bnraey, col. William, k.h.: served at 
the capture of Ischia 1809, in Holland 
1814, in the Burmese war, wounded at 
Quatre Bras, retired on full pay as 
major of Cape mounted rifles. 
3 Elgin Crescent, NoUina SiU, W, 

Bnrrard, sir Harry Paul, 6 bart (1769). 

b. 1846; m. dr. of J. Anderson, St. 

John's, New Brunswick: ex-lieut. 60 ft. 

Juni&r United Service; Walhampton, 

Zgmington, Hants. 



Bnrrard, dow. -lady. Emma, dr. of ad- 
miral Joseph Bmgham; m. rev. sir 
George Burrard, 3 bart., vicar of Sha- 
fleet. Isle of Wight. 

Bnrrard, dow. -lady. Isabella, dr. of sir 
George Duckett, 2 bart .; m. sir George 
Burrard, 4 bart., m.p. Lymingtdoi 
1828-32. 

Burrard, dow. -lady. Louisa, dr. of sir 
Henry Lushington, 2 bart. ; m. admiral 
Sir Cnarles Burrard, 2 bart. (extinct). 
Holmefield, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Burrard, dow. -lady. Mary, dr. of J. 
Allen, Blackheath ; m. sir Harry Bur- 
rard, 5 bart. 

Burrell, sir Percjr, 4 bart. (1774), b. 
1812 ; m. dr. of vice-admiral air George 
Broke-Pechell, bart. : m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
licut. of Sussex, capt. 18 Sussex nflc 
volunteers 1861-73, m.p. (c.) Shore- 
ham from 1862. 

Carlton, Boodle's; West Grinstead 
Park, Horsham ; 44 Berkeley Square. 

Burrell, hon. Willoughby Merrick 
Campbell, eld. s. of 4 baron Gwvdr ; b. 
1841; m. dr. of T. Banks, Jierrion 
square, Dublin, president of the colle^re 
of physicians 1870-71: ex-capt. r&e 
brig^e. 
11 Merrion Square, Dublin. 

Burrell, hon. Cicely, dr. of 4 baron 
Gwydr ; b. 1858. 

Burroughi, col. Frederick William 
Traill-, c.b., s. of maj.-gen. F. W. Bur- 
roughs ; b. 1831; m. dr. of col. Geddes, 
C.B. : assumed the name of Traill on 
succeeding to the estates of his maternal 
grand-uncle G. W. Traill of Viera, 
Heut.-col. h. p. 93 ft.,dep.-lieut. of 
Orkney, lieut.-col. 1 Orkney artillery 
militia from 1873. 

Arfny and Navy, Senior United Ser^ 
vice ; New Club, Edinburgh ; Mousay, 
Kirkwall. 

Burroughi, maj.-gen. Frederick Wil- 
liam, Bengal miantry: served in the 
Sutlej campaign, and as a88iBt-acy*-gen. 
of a division in the Pumab campaign. 

Burroughi, hon. mrs. Emily, dr. of S 
baron Suffield: b. 1828; m. rev. Randall 
Burroughs (d.). 
BurUngham Hall, Norfolk. 

Burrowei, col. Robert Edward, K.H., 
8. of T. Burrowes, Dublin ; b. 1804 ; m. 
dr. of hon. sir Robert le ]?oer French, 
K.c.B. : served with 12 fl. at the capture 
of the Isle of France in 1810, ex-lieut- 

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coL 66 ft, 8 magistrate for Somerset- 
shire. 
Bourton Court, Flax Bourtott, Bristol. 

BiUTowt, mai.-gen. Arthur George, 
R.A. ; retired on full pay of col. 
Lee.S.E. 

Burrows, sir George, m.d., f.r.8., 1 
bart. (1874), e. of G. M. Burrows, m.d. ; 
b. 1832; m. dr. of John Abemethy: 
physician in ordinary to the Queen from 
1872, member of the senate of London 
umversity, president of the college of 
physicians in 1873 and 1874. 

18 Cavendish Square; Sprinafield, 
Byde. 

Burrowi, sir John Cordy ; b. 1813 ; m. 
dr. of Arthur Dendy, Dorking : fellow of 
the royal college of surgeons Enghmd, 



in 1872, consulting surgeon to the 
Brighton horoital for children. 

62 Old Steyne, Brighton; High- 
lands, Keymer, Rwstpier point. 

Burt, sir Archibald Paul, s. of George 
H. Burt, speaker of the house of as- 
sembly in St. Kitts ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. (d.) 
of John Bryan, m.d. St. Kitts: called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1845, 
attomev-gen. of St. Kitts 1849-60, chair- 
man of quarter sessions 1860-61, chief 
justice of West Australia from 1861 
(1000/.) 

Strawberry Hill, Perth, West Aus- 
tralia. 

Biirt, Thomas, b. 1837 ; m. dr. of T. 
Weatherbum, Blvth: secretary to the 
** Northumberlana miners' mutual con- 
fident association," m.p. ("working- 
man ") Morpeth from 1874. 
Lovaine Orescent, NetccastU-on-Tyne. 

Burton, sir Charles William Cuffe, 5 
bart. (1768) b. 1823; m. dr. of David 
Hallyburton Dallas, and grand-dr. of 
sir T. Dallas, o.c.b. : ex-lieut. 1 dra- 
goons, high sheriff of Carlow in 1861. 
Army and Navy; Folla^toft, Cat low. 

Burton, sir William Westbrooke, s. of 
Edmond Burton, Daventry ; b. 1794; m. 
1. dr. of Leny Smith, Homerton; 2. 
dr. of J. Beatty West, m.p. : formerly in 
the royal navy and present at the attack 
on New Orleans, called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1824, recorder of Da- 
ventry 1826-27, judge at the Cape 1828- 
33, at New South Wales 1833-44, at 



Madras 1844-67, president of the coun- 
cil at Sydney 1868-62. 
2 Argyll Villas, Cheltenham. 

Burton, col. Adolphus William Desart, 
C.B., bro. and heir-pres. of wr C. W. C. 
Burton ; b. 1827 ; m. dr. of gen. sir John 
Slade, bart. : served in the Crimea and 
commanded the 6 dragoon guards there, 
kmght of the Medjidie, ex-lieut. -col. 7 
dragoon guards. 
Follacton, Carlow. 

Bwrton, col. Fowler, c.b., brother of 
David Burton, Cherry Burton, York; b. 
1823 ; m. dr. of J. B. Friend, Ripple 
Vale, Kent: served in the Crimea at 
Sebastopol, knight of the Medjidie, 
heut.-col. Wahner dep6t battalion 1860- 
65, assistant-adjutant-gen. at Devonport 
from 1870. 

Burton, admiral James Ryder, h.h., 
s. of the bp. of Killala, by his second 
wife, cousin of admiral sir R. W. Otway 
bart, ; b. 1794 ; m. dr. (d.) of 14 baron 
Dunsany, and widow of PhiUp Roche, of 
Donore : received the Vulcan gold medal 
from the society for the encouragement 
of arts in 1818 for his invention for pro- 
pelling ships of war during a calm. 

United Service, Army and Navy; 
Bunstall Briory, Eynsford, Kent ; 15 
Bark Sqttare, Beyenfs Bark. 

Bury, vise. (eld. s. of eari of Albemarle). 
William Coutts Keppel, p.c, k.c.m.o. ; 
b. 1832 ; m. dr. of sir Alan M'Nab, bart., 
Canada : ex-lieut. 43 ft., ex-capt Mid- 
dlesex militia, superintendent for Indian 
afl&irs m Canada 1864-66, treasurer of 
the household, 1859-66, m.p. (l.) Nor- 

Hi^i^l'^: ^^*^^ 1867-66,' Berwick 
1808-74, ueut.-col. civil service rifle vo- 
lunteers, president of the royal colonial 
society, hon. lieut. royal naval artillerv 
volunteers. ^ 

Brooks* Athenaum; Quiddenham 
-^"y, Attleborough, Norfolk; ^ 
Brmc^s Gate, South Kensitwton ; Elm- 
hirst, Christchurch, Hants. 

Bury, hon. Alfred, s. of 2 eari of Charle- 
ville; b. 1829; m. dr. of gen. sir Wil- 
ham Wood, k.h. : ex-capt. 10 ft., mai. 
King's CO. militia from 1865, 

Bury, hon. mrs. John. dr. of Thomas 
Austin ; m. capt. hon. John James Bury 
R.E. (rf.) *'' 

Bury, lady Emily, dr. of 3 eari of 
Charleville ; b. 186i8. 



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Buihby, lady Frances, dr. of 6 earl of 
Gujldford; b. 1838; m. Henry Jeflfreys 
Bushby (a. of HenrvT. Buahby, Madius 
civil service), b. 1820, entered the Ben- 
gal civil service in 1839, ex-assistant to 
govemor-gen.'s agent for the Rajpoot 
district, called to the bar of the Inner 
. Temple 1851, ex-recorder of Colchester, 
police magistrate at Worship Street 
(1200n from 1872. 

Arthur's ; Henleaze^ Kingston Siil, 
Surrey. 

Butcher, bp. ; vide Meath. 

Bate, 3 marq. of (1796). John Patrick 
Crichton Stuart ; b. 1847 ; m. dr. of 1 
baron Howai-d of Glossop ; 2nd tit. earl 
of Windsor : hereditary coroner of Bute, 
hereditary keeper of Rothesay Castle, 
dep.-lieut. of Ayrshire, knight of St. 
Gregory, and of the Holy Sepulchre at 
Jerusalem. 

Carlton^ White's; Cardiff Castle, 
Olamortjan ; Mount Stuart^ Rothesayy 
Bute ; 83 Ecclcston Square, S. W, 

Butler, sir Thomas Piei-ce, 10 bart. 
(1628) b. 1836 ; m. dr. of sir Alan Bel- 
Hngham, 3 bart. : ex-Iieut. 24 ft., high 
sheriff of Carlow in 1866, maj. Carlow 
militia fix)m 1864. 

Junior Carlton, Junior United Ser- 
vice ; Garryhunden, Carlow. 

Butler, lord James Arthur Wellington, 
g. of 2 marq. of Ormonde; b. 1849: m.a. 
Cantab., licut. 1 life guards. 

Butler, lord James Theobald Bagot, s. 
of 2 marq. of Ormonde ; b. 1852. 

Butler, lord James Wandesford, s. of 1 
marq. of Ormonde; b. 1816; m. kdy Ra- 
chel, dr. of 6 duke of Bedford : ex-capt. 
7 ft., state steward to the viceroy of 
Ireland 1866-68. 
Drumcondra Castle, Lublin, 

Butler, hon. Charles Hennr Danvers, 
bro. of 6 earl of Lanesborough ; b. 1844 ; 
m. dr. of George Ward, Redditch, Wor- 
cester : ex-ensign 9 ft. 
Swithland, Leicestershire. 

Butler, hon. Charles Lennox, s, of 13 
baron Dumboyne ; b. 1813 ; m. 1. dr. of 
T. Lindesey Holland ; 2. dr. of admiral 
Walcott, M.p. : den.-lient. of Middlesex 
and of Warwickshire, high sheriff of 
Warwickshire in 1862, ex-maj. West- 
minster militia. 

Carlton ; Caton Home, Wanciek ; 6 
Belgrave Square. 



Butler, hon. Henry Cavendish, uncle 
of 6 earl of Lanesborough ; b. 1811 ; m. 
dr.of lieut.-gen. sir John Taylor, il.c.b. : 
dep.-lieut. of Fermanagh, and high 
sheriff in 1850. 

Junior Carlton; Innisrath, Linos- 
kea. Fermanagh ; Kildare Street Club, 
Dublin, 

Butler, hon. Henry Cavendish, s. of 6 
earl of Lanesborough ; b. 1868. 

Butler, hon. Henry Edmund, eld. s. of 

13 vise. Mountgarret; b. 1844; m. dr. of 
St. John Chiverton Charlton, Apley 
Castle. Salop : ex-lieut. 1 life guards. 

Carlton; 75 Queen's Gate, S.W. ; 
Walshestoicn, Dublin. 

Butler, hon. James, s. of 13 baron 
Dunboyne; b. 1810; m. dr. of sir Wil- 
liam Fitzgerald, 2 bart. 

Lamberton Park, Queen's eo. ; Kil- 
dare Street Club, Dublin, 

Butler, hon. James Fitzwalter Clifford-, 
eld. s. of 14 baron Dunbovne ; b. 1839 ; 
m. dr. of col. H. Morgan Clifford ; dep.- 
lieut. of Monmoutb, lieut.-col. Mon- 
mouth militia 1860-72. 

Llantina, Monmouth; Derristone, 
Ross. 

Butler, hon. Robert St. John, s. of 14 
lMux)n Dimboyne : b. 1844; m. dr. (</.) of 
capt. George Probyn : called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1869, lieut. Clare 
militia, a master in the court of ex- 
chequer (1500/.) from 1874. 

6 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn ; 10 
WiUon Street, Belgrave Square, S. TF, 

Butler, hon. St. John, s. of 13 baron 
Dunbo}Tie; b. 1808; m. 1. dr.of Walter 
Archdeacon Burke ; 2. widow of Robert 
George Pamther, rif. brig. ; 3. Marian, 
sister of rt. hon. Thomas Edward Taj- 
lour, M.p. : high sheriff of Dublin co. 18^. 
Carlton ; Kildare Street Club, Dub- 
lin ; Walshestoivn, Balbriggan ; Dor- 
trane, Donabate, Dublin. 

Butler, hon. Theobald Fitzwalter, s. of 

14 baron Dunboyne, b. 1840 : a magis- 
trate for Clare, capt. Clare militia from 
1872. 

St, James's; Knoppogue Castle, Ne^o- 

market-on-Fergus, (flare, 
Butler, hon. Frances Sarah, dr. of 13 

vise. Montgarret ; b. 1845. 
Butler, hon. Julia Anne, dr. of 14 

buon Dunboyne; b. 1854. 

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Butler, hon. mrs. Henry, dr. and co- 
heir of John Harrison, Newton House, 
Torkshire ; m. hon. Henry Butler (rf.), 
lather of 13 vise. Mountgarret. 

Biitlar, hon. mrs. Sybil, dr. of 15 rise. 
Hereford; b. 1844; m. John Bayford 
Butler, commander royal navy. 

Butler, kdy Mary Grace, b. 1846, lady 
of the bedchamber to the duchess of 
Edinburgh from 1874 ; lady Blanche, b. 
1854, drs. of 2 marg. of Ormonde. 
21 Pttrk Lane, W. 

Butler, huiy Elizabeth Wandesford, 
dr. of 1 marq. of Ormonde ; b. 1822. 

Butler, lady Harriet Eliza, sis. of 6 
earl of Lanesborough ; b. 1847. 

Butler, lady Rachel ; vide lord James 
Butler. 

Butler, maj.-gen. James Arthur : served 
in the Peninsula and at Waterloo. 

Bntler, maj.* William, c.b. : ex-capt. 
69 ft., served in Canada 1870, chief of 
the intelligence department in the 
Ashantee expedition 1874. 

Butler, col. rercy Archer-, c.b., s. of 
Pierce Archer Butler, Aherlow Castle, 
Tlpperary : served in Scinde, and in the 
Cnmea, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie,lieut.-col. h.p.28 ft. 

Butt, Isaac, Q.C., ll.d., s. of rev. R. 
Butt, rector of Stranorlar, Donegal ; b. 
1813; m. dr. of H. Swanzy: m.a. and 
LL.D. Dublin, professor of political 
economy at Trinity ooUege, Dublin, 
1836-42, called to the Irish bar 1838, 
queen's counsel 1844. a magistrate for 
Cork CO., M.p. Harwich 1852, Toughal 
1852-65, (h.b.) Limerick from 1871. 

Univernty Cluby Dublin; 64 Eecles 
Street, Dublin. 

Buxton, sir Thomas Fowell, 3 bart. 
(1840) b. 1837 ; m. lady Victoria, dr. 
of 1 earl of Gainsborough : m.a. Cantab., 
dep.-lieut. of Norfolk, and of Essex, 
M.P. Lynn Regis 1865-68, capt.-com- 
mandant 3 Tower Hamlets rifle volun- 
teer^ putner in the brewery of Truman, 
Hanburr and Co. 

Droolu^ ; Oohu house, Oromer, Nor- 
folk; Warliet, WaUham Abbey yEesex; 
14 Groevenor Orescent, 

Buxton, air Robert Jacob, 3 bart. 
(1800) b. 1829; m. dr. of coL John 
Johnstone : dep.-lieut. of Sufiblk. and 
of Norfolk, hirh sheriff of Norfolk in 
1870, capt 20 Norfolk rifle volunteers, 
M.p. (c.) Norfolk south from 1871. 



Oarlton; Shadwell Court, Norfolk; 
Toekingham House, Wilts; 9 Seumore 
Place, W, 

Buxton, lady Victoria ; vide sir Thomas 
Fowell Buxton. 

Buxton, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 1 baron 
Lawrence ; b. 1844; m. Francis William 
Buxton (s. of sir E. N. Buxton, 2 bart. 
1840) J). 1847. 
15 Eaton Flace, 8. IF. 

Byles, rt. hon. sir John Bernard, P.O., 
s. of J. Byles. Stowmarket ; b. 1801 ; m. 
1. dr. of J. Foster, Biggleswade ; 2. dr. 
(d.) of J. Wedd, Roystone-house, Herts : 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1831, recorder of Buckingham 1840. 
serieant-at-law 1843, queen's serjeant 
1857, justice in the common pleas 1858- 
73. 

Athmaumi 3 Princess Gardens, 
Hyde Fark South; HareJUld House, 

Bjng, hon. Alfred John, s. of 2 earl of 
Strafford ; b. 1851 : lieut. 7 hussars. 

Byng, hon. Charles Cavendish, s. of 2 
earl of Strafford; b. 1849: capt. 1 life 
guards. 

Bjng, hon. and rev. Francis Edmund, 
s. of 2 earl of Strafford ; b. 1835 ; m. 1. 
dr. of sir W. Miles, 1 bart. ; 2. dr. of 
adm. lord Frederick Kerr : chaplain to 
Hampton-court palace 1865-67, hon. 
chaplain to the Queen 1867-72, chaplain 
in ordinary at St. James's chapel from 
1872, vicar of St. Peter's, South Ken- 
sington (400/.) from 1867. 
Travell&rif; Onslow Gardens, S. W. 

Byng, hon. Henry William, s. of 2 earl 
of Straflfbrd ; b. 1831 ; m. countess Hen- 
rietta Danneskiold-SanLBoe (dr. of count 
Christian D.-S., by dr. of 2 marq. of 
Ailesbury) : lieut. -coLColdstream guards, 
major royal Wilts yeomanry ham 1865, 
groom-in- waiting to the Queen 1872-74, 
equerry in ordinary from 1874. 

United Service, White* s; 20 Ovrlton 
House Terrace. 

Byng, hon. James Master Owen, 8. of 
6 vise. Torrington ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. of 
W. Cook, Boydon-hall, Essex : dep.-lieut. 
of Kent, called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1852, chairman of the south- 
eastern railway company 1860-73. 

Athenmm; Great Oaherton, Tim- 
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Byng, hon. Julian Hedworth, s. of 2 
earl of Strafford ; b. 1362. 

Byng, hon. Lionel Francis, s. of 2 earl 
(^traffisrd; b. 1858. 

Byng, hon. William Frederick, s. of 1 
earl of Strafford; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of maj. 
QuintuB Vivian: ez-capt. 8 light drag. 
6 SL Jamet^s Flaee, S, W, 

Byng, hon. mrs. John. dr. of — Mayne; 
m. hon. John Byng (<^.), a. of 6 Tisc. 
Torrington. 
Boxford Beetoiy, Sujblk. 

Byng, lady Agnes, dr. of 2 earl of Straf- 
ford ; b. 1833 ; m. hon. Hedworth Hyl- 
ton JoUiffe, from whom ahe was divoroed 
in 1872. 

Byng, lady Susan, b. 1854 ; lady Eliza- 
beth, b. 1866; lady Margaret, b. 1860, 
drs. of 2 earl of Strafibrd. 

Byron, 9 baron (1648). George Frede- 
rick Byron; b. 1855. 

5 Gfrafton StreeLBond Street, W.; 
Xangford Fork, Maldon; Thrtmpton 
SiM, Derby. 



Byron, hon. and rev. Augustus, b. of 7 
baitm Byron ; b. 1828 ; m. Frederica, 
dr. of gen. sir Thomas McMahon, barL 
o.o.B. : M.A. Oxon^ rector from 1861 
of Kirby MaUory, MinckUy, Leteetter^ 
shire (390/.). 

Byron, hon. Charles, bro. of 9 baron 
Byron; b. 1861. 

Byron, hon. and rev. WiUiam, a. of 7 
baron Byron; b. 1831 j m. dr. of rL 
hon.sir£ichardTorinEmder8ley: K.I.. 
OxoD., rector from 1873 of StowUmgtoft^ 
Bury St. Edmunde, Suffolk (350/.). 

Byron, hon. mrs. Frederick, dr. of 
rey. WUliam Westcomb, rector of Lang- 
ibrd, Essex; m. hon. Frederick Bynm 
(d.), fether of 9 baron Byron. 

5 Grafton Street, Bond Street, W. ; 
Longford Park, Maldon. 

Byron, hon. Eva Lucy, b. 1858 ; hon. 
Margaret Alice, b. 1860, sisters of 9 
baron Byron* 



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Oadell, coL Bobert> S.A., o.b. : served in 
the Crimea on the staff of the Turkish 
army, knight of the Medjidie, served in 
the Indian mutin j, superintendent of the 
gunpowdffl' mantinictory, India. 

Gado^pui, 5 earl of (1800). George Henry 
Cadogan; b. 1840; m. dr. of 2 earl of 
Graven ; 2 tit. vise. Chelsea : m.p. Bath 
in 1873, maj. 3 Middlesex militia 1865- 
72. 

Carlton; SatUoft'DotDnham, Bran- 
don^ Suffolk; Chelsea Mouee, Cadogan 
Flaee, S.W. 

Cadogan, hon. Arthur Charles, a. of 4 
earl of Cadogpan ; h. 1841 ; m. dr. of 
Bichard Arabin, of ffif h Beech, Essex : 
ex-capt. Middlesex militia. 
36 Groevenor Square. 

Cadoffan, hon. Cecil James, s. of 4 
eaii of Cadogan ; b. 1846 : lieut. royal 
navy. 

Cadogan, hon. Charles George, s. of 4 
ean of Cado(Wi ; b. 1850 ; m. Henrietta, 
dr. of Henry Montgomery, Gothenburgh: 
ex-capt. grenadier guards. 

Cadogan, hon. Frederick William, s. 
of S earl of Cadogan; b. 1821: m. huiy 
Adelaide, dr. of 1 marq. of Anglesea : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Middlesex, 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1847, M.p. (L.) Cricklade 1868-74. 

WhUei^, Brooke ; 104 FkcadiUy ; 
Wembley t Sudbury^ Middlesex, 

Cadogan, lieut. -gen. hon. Georoe, aB. 
8. of 3 earl of Cadogan ; b. 1814 ; m. 
1. dr. of col. Armstrong ; 2. dr. of lieut. - 
getL sir Frederick Ash worth : knight of 
uie Medjidie, commander of the order 
of St. M!aurice and St. Lazarus, served 
in the Crimea and was attached as col. 
on the staff at the head quarters of the 
Sardinian contingent 18o5-56, ooL 106 
ft. 1870-74, of 71 ft. from 1874. 

Cadogan, hon. Heniy Arthur, s. of 5 
earl of Cadogan ; b. 1868. 

Cadogan, hon. Gerald Oakley, s. of 5 
earl of Cadogan ; b. 1869. 

Ciidogan, lad^ AdeUide, b. 1820 ; vide 
hon. Fredenck Wm. Cadogan. 



Cadogan, lady Augusta, b. 1811, lady 
in waiting to the duchess of Cambridse 
from 1846; lady Honoria Louisa, b. 
1813, drs. of 3 earl of Cadogan. 

Cadogan, hdj , b. 1871; lady 

, b. 1874, drs. of 6 earl of Cado- 
gan. 

Caffln, vice-adm. sir James Crawford, 
K.O.B., 8. of William Caffin, royal labo- 
ratory, Woolwich; b. 1812; m. dr. (d.) 
of William Ashfield, Cosham-house. 
Hants : at the battle of Navarino, and 
at the destruction of Bomarsund, naval 
aide-de-camp to the Queen 1863-66, 
naval director-gen. of artillery 1854-68, 
and director of stores in the war depart- 
ment 1857-68. 

United Service; Vanbrugh Lodgej 
Blaekheathy S,£. 

Caird, James, o.b., son of J. Caird, 
Stranraer; b. 1816; m. 1. dr. of eapt. 
Henryson. b.e. ; 2. dr. of Robert Di&- 
geon: m.p. Dartmouth 1857-59, Stirling 
1859-65, formerly chairman of sea 
fishery commission, commissioner of 
copyhold commiaaion, 3 St. Jamea'i- 
square, from 1865. 

Reform, Atken<Kuin; 8 Queen^s Gate 
Gardens, Kensington Gore, S.W.; 
Casseneary, Kirkcudbright. 

Cairns, 1 baron (1867). Hugh MacCal- 
mont Cairns, ll.d., d.o.l., p.c. ; b. 
1819; m. dr. of John McNeill, Park- 
mount, Antrim ; m.a. Dublin, called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1844, 
aueen*8 counsel 1856, solicitor gen. 1858- 
69, attorney-gen. in 1866, k.p. (o.) Bel- 
fast 1852-66, lord justice of appeal 1866- 
68, lord high chancellor in 1868, and 
from 1874, chancellor of Dublin unirer- 
Bity from 1867. 

Carlton ; 5 CromweU Houses, Ken- 
sington; Millden, Brechin. 

Caimi, hon. Arthur William, eld. i. 
of 1 baron Cairns; b. 1861. 

Cairns, hon. Douglas Halybnrton, s. of 
1 baron Cairns; b. 1867. 

Cairns, hon. Herbert John, s. of 1 
baron Calms ; b. 1863. 

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Oaimi, hon. Wilfrid Dalliis, 

baron Cairns ; b. 1865. 
Caimi, hon. Lilias Charlotte, b. 1860 ; 
hon. Kathleen Mary, b. 1870, drs. of 1 
baron Cairns. 
Oairni, WOliam Wellington, c.m.g., 
bro. of lord Cairns: formerly in the 
Ceylon civil service, postmaster of Cey- 
lon 1864-66, lieut.-gov. of ^lalacca 
1867-68, of St. Kitts 1869-70, of Trinidad 
1870-74, governor of Queensland (4000/.) 
from 1874. 
Caithness, 14 earl of (1545). James 
Sinclair, P.R.8.; b. 1821; m. 1. dr. of 
sir George R. PhiUps, bart. ; 2. widow of 
gen. count de Mediiia Pomar; sits as 
baron Barrogill (1866) ; 2nd tit. baron 
Berriedale: dep.-lieut. of Caithness, and 
lord lieut. from 1866, lord-in-waiting to 
the Queen 1866-68, 1869-66, inventor of 
a " road locomotive steam engine." 

Brooks* ; BarrogiU Castle, Caith- 
ness; Stagmhoe Park, Herts; 46 
Portland Flaee. 
Caloraft, lady Caroline, dr. of 6 duke 
of Manchester: b. 1804; m. John 
Hales Calcrafl (s. of rt. hon. John Cal- 
craft), dep.-lieut. of Dorset, and high 
sheriff in 1867. „ „ ^ 

Carlton; Kempstone Hall, Dorset. 
Calentta, 7 bp. of (1814). Robert Mil- 
man, D.D., s. of sir W. G. Mihnan, 2 
bart.; b. 1816: m.A. Oxon, \icar of 
Chaddleworth, Berks, 1840-61. of Lam- 
bourne 1851-61, of Great Marlow 1861- 
67, bp. of Calcutta (4,600/.) from 1867. 

Palacsj Calcutta. 
Calder, sir William Henry Walaingham, 
6 bart. (1686) b. 1821 ; m. dr. of Julius 
Hutchinson, Tunbridge Wells. 

Muirtopm N.B,; Craven Lodge^Mclton 
Moivbra^r 
SCaledon, 4 earl of (1800). James Alex- 
ander, b. 1846; 2nd tit. vise. Alexander: 
capt. 1 life guards. 

Carlton; 5 Carlton House Terrace; 
Castle Caledon, Tyrone. ^ , . 
Caledon, dow. -countess of. Jane, dr. of 
1 earl of Verulam; b. 1825; m. earl of 
Caledon: a lady of the bedchamber to 
the queen. _ ^ , ^ 

5, Carlton House Terrace; Caledon 

CftU, sir William (Jeorge Montagu, 4 
bart. (1791) b. 1849. 

Whiteford House, Lawneeston, Corn- 
wall* 

OftU, m^.-gen. George Fredwick Steren- 



son, C.B.: served in the first China ex- 
pedition, in the Bunnese war 1862 as 
assistant-adj.-gen. of Pegu divirion, and 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, 
lieut.-col. h. p. 18 n. 
Callan, Philip, only s. of Owen Callan, 
Cookstown; b. 1837; m. dr. of P. Mc 
Donnell, of Ardee, Louth: called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1864, m.p. (h.r.> 
Dundalk ftvm 1868. Reform ; Cookstown 
House, Ardee, Louth, 
CaUander, William Romainc, f.s. a. ; b. 
1829 ; m. dr. of John Mayson, Manchester ; 
dep.-lieut. of Lancashure, merchant antf 
manufacturer at Bolton and Manchester, 
M.p. (c.) Manchester from 1874, president 
of Lancashire conservative union. 

Carlton,Conservatwe; MauldethHall, 
Manchester. 
Callaway, bp.; vide Kaffraria, 
Calthorpe, 5 baron (1796). Frederick 
William Henry Gough-Calthorpe ; b. 
1826: dep.-lieut. Warwickshire, and of 
Staffordshire, lieut. Gloucestershire yeo- 
manry 1863-69, M.p. (c.) east Worces- 
tershire 1869-68. ^ ^ _ 

White' s, Brooh^ ; Elvetham, Winch^ 
field, Hants; Edgbaston House, Btr- 
mingham ; 33 Orosvenor Square. 
Calthorpe, hon. Augustus Cholroonde- 
lev, s. of 4 baron CSthorpe; b. 1829; m. 
dr. of col. hon. Octavius Dunoombe : 
cx.-lieut. Staffordshire yeomanry, a ma- 
ristrate for Staftbrdshire. Perry hall^ 
Perry Bar, Birmingham. 
•Calthorpe, col. hon. Somerset John, s. 
of 4 baren Cdthorpe; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of 
capt. Chamier, royal navy, and widow 
of Fred. Crewe : aide-de-camp to Lord 
Raglan in the Crimea, knignt of the 
legion of honour, lieut.-col. h. p. 6 dra- 
goon guards. 
CiSthorpe, hon. Isabel Eleanor, b. 
1833; hon. Olivia, b. 1834; hon. Susan, 
b. 1837, drs. of 4 baron Calthorpe. 
Calvert, lady Lucy, dr. of 2 earl of Powis ; 
b. 1830; m. Frederick Calvert (s. of 
gen. sir Harry Calvert, 1 bart.), b. 1806. 
called to the bar 1831, queen s counsel 
1849. 33 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 
Cambrid|ra, H.R.H. 2 duke of (1801). 
prince George William Frederic George, 

D.C.L., O.C.H., O.C.M.O., O.C.B.j K.P., 

K.O., P.O.; b. 1819: served m the 
Crimea, grand cross of the legion of 
honour, ranger of Hyde, St. James's, 
and the Green parks, and ex-ranger of 
. Bichmond park, col. 17 Hght dragoons 



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1842-62, of Scots ftuilier guards 1852-61, 
GoL royal enzmeers, royal artillery, 
grenadier guards, and 60 nfles, governor 
of Woolwich academy, Ufe governor of 
king's colle^ London, field-marshal 
commander-in-chief from 1856, annuity 
of 12,000/. a year. 

Boodl^Sy Army and Navy; Gloucester 
Souse, Fork Lane, 

Camden, 4 marq. (1812). John Charles 
PraU; b. 1872; 2nd tit. earl of Breck- 
nock. 

WildemeM Park, Sevenoaks; Bay- 
ham Abbey, Lamberhuret, Sussex ; The 
Trioryy Brecknock. 

Ciimden,dow. -marchioness. Clementine, 
dr. of 6 duke of Marlborough ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 3 marq. Camden. 96 JSiUon Square, 

^Tamaron, lieat.-ffen. sir Duncan Alex- 
ander, o.c.B. ; D. 1808; m. dr. of An- 
drew Maclean, M.D., dep.-inspector-gen. 
of the military college, Sandhurst : com- 
manded 42 ft. at the Alma, and the 
highland brigade at Balaclava, com- 
manded the troops in New Zealand 
1863-65, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, col. 42 ft. from 
1863, governor of royal military aca- 
demy at Sandhurst from 1868. 

United Service ; Boyal Military Col- 
lege, Famborough, Hants, 

•Cameron, Donald, f.r.6.8., s. of Donald 
CamerozL of LochieL by sis. of 5 earl of 
Buckinghamshire; o. 1835: sroom in 
waiting to the Queen from 1874, dep.- 
lieut. of Inverness-shire, attache at 
Berliit 1857-59, m.p. (c.) Invemess co. 
from 1868. 

Whites, Carlton ; Achnacarry, Fort 
William, Inverness; 32 St, Jafnes's 
Fiace. 
Cameron, Charles, m.d., ll.i>., s. of 
John Cameron, Gla^w and Dublin ; b. 
1841 ; m. dr. of J. W. Macaulay, m.d. : 
M.A. DublinL studied at the medical 
schools in Paris, Vienna and Berlin, 
port owner of the ** North British Daily 
Mail," and of the ''Dublin General 
Advertiser,'* m.p. (l.) Glasgow from 
1874. 

Thatched Bouse; 261 West George 
Street, Glasgow, 

Cameron, col. George Poulett, c.b.: 
formerly in the Madras army. 

Cameron, msg.-gen. John, R.E., cb.: 
executive officer of ordnance survey at 
Southampton, 



Cameron, col. William Gordon, g.b., 
8. of W. G. Cameron, k.h., Nea House, 
Hants: served in the Crimea, and 
conmianded 3 German legion 1855-56, 
knight of the MedUdie, served in the 
Abyssinian expedition 1867, lieut.-col. 

4 ft. 

Nea House, Christehurch, Hants, 
Cameron, hon. mrs. Charlotte, sis. of 

5 baron Dynevor; m. rev. Alexander 
Cameron (s. of Donald Cameron^ of 
Locbiel, by dr. of 1 baron Abercromoy). 

•8 Gloucester Street, Belgrave Boad, 
S,W, 

Cameron, lady Yere Catherine, sis. of 
5 earl of Buckinghamshire; b. 1804; 
m. Donald Cameron {d), of Lochiel. 
22 Eecleston Square. 

Cameron, lady. dr. of Coll McDonell, 
Barisdale; m. maj.-gen. sir Alexander 
Cameron, k.c.b. (d), col. 74 ft. 

Camoyi, 6 baron (1844). Thomas Stonor ; 
b. 1793; m. dr. of Peregrine E. Towne- 
ley, of Towneley : m.p. Oxford in 1832, 
title called out of abeyance in 1839, lord 
in waiting 1846-52, 1853-58, 1859-66, 
1868-74. Stofior Fark, Henley-on- 
Thames; 31 Dover Street, W, 

CampbeU, baron ; vide Stratheden. 

CampbeU, bp. ; vide Bangor. 

CampbeU, sir Alexander, 2bart. (1881) ; 
b. 1819; m. dr. of rear-adm. Henry 
Collier : ex-capt. Argyleshire militia. 
Glenure, Argyleshire, 

CampbeU, sir Archibald Ava, 3 bart. 
(1831); b. 1844 : ex-Ueut. 95 ft. 

10 Carlton Crescent, Southampton; 
9 Athole Crescent, Edinburgh, 

CampbeU, sir Archibald, 5 bart. (1808), 
b. 1853 : M.A. Oxon. 

Garscube, Glasgow; Suecoth, Dum- 
barton, 

CampbeU, mai.-gen. Archibald Lome : 
retired on Ml pay as col. Bengal cav. 

CampbeU, sir Donald, 3 bart. (1836) ; 
b. 1829; m. dr. of W. Moore, Grimes- 
hill, Westmoreland: hereditary captain 
of Dunstaffiiage Castle. 
Dunstaffnage, Oban.Arpyle. 

CampbeU, sir Edward Fitzgerald. 2 
bart. (1815); b. 1822; m. dr. (d) of sir 
Theopnilus Metcalfe, 5 bart. : served in 
the Punjab 1848-49, aide-de-camp to 
the commander-in-chief in India (sir C. 
Napier) 1849-51, ex-lieut.-col. 60 ft. 

West Grinstead Lodge, Horsham^ 
Sussex, 



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CampbeUi sir Hugh Hume-, 7 bart. 

(166d); b. 1812; m. I. dr. of J. Spottis- 

woode, Berwick; 2. dr. of lieut.-gen. 

sir Joeeph Fuller, o.c.h. : m.a. Cantab., 

dep.<-lieut. of Berwiokahire, m.p. Ber- 

wiokahire 1834-47. 
Carlton; Marehmont Sowe^ Dume^ 

Berwick; 18 HiU Street, W. 
Oampbell, sir Gilbert Edward, 3 bart. 

(1831); b. 1838; m. dr. of William 

Bavnnam : ex-capt. 92 ft. 
Carriekbuoy, Ballyehannon, Donegal, 

CampbeU, sir James, 6 bart. (1627); 
b. 1818; m. dr. of adm. sir Robert 
Bromley^ 3 bart. : dep.-suireyor of Dean 
forest, lieut.-col. 1 (jloucestershire rifle 
Tolunteers from 1872. 

Artht^e; Whitemead FarJsy Cole- 
ford, Gloucester; KUbryde Castle, 
Ihrnblane, JPerth. 

Campbell, sir John William, 8 bart. 
n628); b. 1836; m. dr. of W. Woolby 
Gavie, Plymouth : capt. royal artillery, 
seryed in the Crimea and in China. 

Ifaval and Military ; Airds House, 
Argyle. 

Campbell, sir Louis Henry Dngald, 9 
bart. (1628); b. 1844; m. dr. of Henry 
Qeorge Austin, Canterbury. 
KilladoigyUampbclton, Argyle, 

Campbell, sir Thomas Cockbum-, 4bart. 
(1821)^ b. 1845; a member of the 
legislatiye council of West Australia 
from 1873. 
Albany, West Australia. 

Campbell, sir George, D.O.L., k.o.s.!., 
8. of sir George Campbell, of Edenwood, 
and nephew of lord chancellor Camp- 
beU; b. 1824; m. dr. of T. G. Vibart. 
Bengal civil lenrice : entered the Bengal 
dvil service in 1842, called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1864, lieut.-gov. of 
Bengal 1869-74, member of the Indian 
coimcil from 1874. 

Edenwood, Cupar, Fife; 9 Chester 
Street, S. W\ 

Campbell, sir James, b. 1790 ; m. dr. 
(4.) of Henry Bannerman, Manchester : 
uep.-lieut of Lanarkshire, lord provost 
of Glasgow 1841-42. 

Straeathro House, Brechin; 129 Bath 
Street, Glasgow. 

Campbell, gen. sir John, c.b., k.o.s.i., 
8. of John Campbell, Lochend ; b. 1801 ; 
m. dr. of Wiluam Harinffton, Madras 
civil service: served in me Goomsoor 
campaign 1836-37, and in the Chinese 



expedition, cx-col. 14 Madras native 

inmntry, Madras infantry. 
Oriental, United Service ; Caledonian 

Club, Edinburgh ; Roneeviile, Jersey, 
Campbell, maj.-gen. Charles, s. of John 

Campbell, of Kinloch; b. 1808; m. 

grwid.-dr. of hon. James Wemyss, m.p. : 

retired on ftillpay as col. Bengal inf^ 
Oriental, United Service; Kinloch 

Lodge, Dunkeld; 18 Gloucester Flace. 
Campbell, Colin Minton, s. of John 

CampbelL Liverpool; b. 1827; m. dr. 

of rev. William A. C. Browne-Cave, 

Stretton-en-le-field, Derby: dep.-lieut. 

of Staflbrdshire, and high sheriff m 1869, 

M.p. (c.) Staffordshire north from 1874. 
Conservative; Woodseat, Uttoxeter, 
CampbeU, rear-adm. Colin Yorice, s. of 

rear-j " 

b. 

by file" houses of legislature of Nova 
Scotia for the manner in which he had 
protected the fisheries of Newfoundland 
and the gulf of St. Lawrence. 

United Service; Barbreck House^ 
Lochgilphead, Argyle. 

Campbell, col. Frederick Alexander, 
R.A., c B.: superintendent of royal gua 
factories. 

Campbell, surgeon -mig. John, m.d., 
C.B. : formerly in the Bengal army. 

Campbell, gen. George, R.A., c.b. : 
served in Burmese and Sutlej campaigns, 
commanded artillery division at Lahore 
in Punjab campaign, ex-commanding: 
Benares division, Bengal. 
1 Byng Flaee, Gordon Square, W.C. 

Campbell, maj.-gen. Geoi>ge, c.b. : m. 
Emma, widow of Evan Baillie, and dr. 
of maj.-gen. sir W. Douglas, k.c.b. : 
served in the Indian mutmy, formerly' 
in command of the Cork military district. 

CampbeU, maj.-gen. Hugh Archibald 
Bc^uchamp, r.a., c.b.: served in tii& 
Crimea, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Me^jidie, retired on full pay 
as coL 

Campbell, maj. -gen. John Douglas, r. e. : 
served in the Gwalior campaign 1843-44 
including the battle of Maharajpore, in, 
the Burmese war 1852-53 including the 
capture of Pegu, and at Agra during the 
Indian mutiny, superintending engineer 
of the first grade in the public works 
- department 1860-74. 

Campbell, nug.-gen. Thomas Hay, r.a. 



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Ompbell, lord Archibald, s. of 8 duke 
of Argyle; b. 1846; m. dr. of James H. 
Gallaoder, of Graigforth: a partner in 
Gontts & Co., bankers. 

14, Beaufort Gardens^ South Ken- 
iinffton, 

Ounpbell, lord Colin, s. of 8 duke of 
Aiiyle; b. 1863. 

Campbell, lord George, a. of 8 dnke of 
Argyle; b. 1850. 

Ounpbell, lord Walter, s. of 8 duke of 
Ai^le; b. 1848; m. OliTia, dr. of J. 
Clarkson Milns, The Oaks, Madeliffe^ 
Zaneashirff and Assort/ Houss, Bute, 

CampbeU, hon. Alexander Francis, s. 
of 2 earl of Cawdor; b. 1856: ex-lieut. 
royal Carmarthen artillery militia. 

Campbell, hon. and rey. Archibald, s. 
of 1 earl of Cawdor; b. 1827 ; m. dr. of 
hon. and rery rev. E. Howard, dean of 
Lichfield : M.A. Oxon., rector from 1853 
of Kmgstony Grantham, Leicester, 

Campbell, hon. Dadley, ^. of 1 baron 
Campbell ; b. 1833 : m.a. Cantab., called 
to the bar at Lincobi's inn 1869. 
1 Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, E,C, 

Campbell, hon. Hallyborton George, s. 
of 1 baron CampbeU ; b. 1829; m. dr. 
of A. J. B. (and lady Mildred]) Beresford 
Hope, M.p. : in the Bengal civil service 
1849-56, associate in the queen's bench 

SOOO/.) , secretary of the commissionerB of 
e peace in the court of chancery, lieut. - 
coL 40 Middlesex rifle volunteers 1869- 
72. 

19 Chancery Lane; 1 Princess Ter- 
race, Frinces Gate, S. W. 
Campbell, hon. Hugh Frederick, s. of 

viscEmlyn; b. 1870. 
Campbell, hon. Ivan, s. of 6 earl of 

Breadalbane; b. 1859. 
Campbell, hon. Ronald Geoige, s. of 2 
earl of Cawdor; b. 1848; m. dr. of bo. 
Glaughton, of Rochester: capt. cold- 
itream guards. 

Campbell, hon. Walter Henry, s. of 1 
earl of Cawdor ; b. 1835 ; m. dr. of col. 
George Campbdl : knight of the legion 
of honour, ex>lieut.-col. in ooldstream 
goards. 
44 Charles Street, Berkeley Square. 

Campbell, hon. mis. Angoata, dr. of 2 
btton Carington : b. 1841 ; m. ool. Ar- 
chibald Campbell, ex-lieut-ool. Scots 



f^isHier guards, dep.-lieut of Renfrew* 
M.p. (o.) Renfrewshire 1873-74, maj* 
Renfrewshire militia from 1870. 

Blythswood House, Bmfrew; 2 Sea- 
more JPlaee, May/air. 

Campbell, hon. Edith Aline, dr. of 
vise. Emlyn ; b. 1869. 

Campbell, hon. mrs. Susan Sophia, dr. 

of 4 vise. Ashbrook; b. 1803; m. 1. rev. 

William Robinson; 2. William WiUon 

Campbell, m.d. 

The Castle, Titrt Stewart, Coleraine. 

Campbell, lady Elizabeth, b. 1862; 
lady Victoria, b. 1864; lady Evelyn 
Catherine, b. 1866 ; lady Mary, b. 1869; 
lady Constance, b. 1864, drs. of 8 duke of 
Aigyle. 

Campbell, hidy Eva, dr. of 6 earl of 
Breadallwne; b. 1865. 

CampbeU, lady Muriel Sarah, b. 1845; 
ladv Evelyn Caroline, b. 1861 ; lady 
Rachel, b. 1853, drs. of 2 eari of 
Cawdor. 

Campbell, dow.-lady. Helen, dr. of eoL 
J. Crow, H.B.I.C.8.; m. maior-gen. sir 
John Campbell, 2 hart, or Ava, who 
fell before Sebastopol in command of a 
division. 

Campbell, dow.-lady. Hannah, dr. of 
James Macleod, Rasay; m. sir John 
Campbell, 7 hart, lieut-gov. of St. 
Vincent. 

Campbell, dow.-lady. Sophia Trim- 
mer. West Australia ; m. as his 3 wife, 
sur Alexander Thomas Cookbum Camp- 
bell. 2 bart. 
, AnnisJIeld, Albany, West Australia, 

Campden, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Gains- 
borough). Charles William Francis 
Noel ; b. 1860 : lieut. 10 hussars. 
Campden House, Gloucestershire. 

Camperdown, 3 earl of (1831). Robert 
Adam Haldsne-Duncan ; b. 1841; 2nd 
tit. vise. Duncan: m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Forfarshire, a lord in waiting 
1868-71. civil lord of admiralty 1871-74. 
Broohi ; Camperdown, Forfar ; 
Gleneagles House, Perth ; 39 Charles 
Street, W. 

Camperdown, dow. -countess of. Juliana, 
dr. of sir Geoive R. Philips, hart.; m. 2 
earl of Camperdown. 

39 Charles Street, Berkeley Square^ 
W, 

Candy, hon. mrs. Frances Kathleen, dr. 
of 3 baronRossmore; b. 1849; m. Henry 



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Augustus Candy, ex-capt. 9 lancers. 
16 Fark Lane. 

Cannan, niaj.-een. Alexander, ex-lient- 
col. Madras &£uitry. 

Canning, hon. Albert Stratford, s. of 1 
baron Garvagb, b. 1832. 

31 Bortman Square; JRottrevor, 
Down, 

Canning, hon. Ck)nway Stratford 
George, s.of 2 baron Garvagb; b. 1845. 

Canning, hon. Georae, eld. s. of 1 yisc. 
Stratfoid de BedcliSe, b. 1832. 

Canning, hon. Emmeline Rosabella, dr. 
of 1 baron Garvagb; b. 1828. 
31 Fm'tm^n Square, 

Canning, hon. Louisa, b. 1828 ; hon. 
Katherine.b. 1835; hon. Mary,b. 1837, 
drs. of 1 vise. Stratford de Redclifie. 
29a Orowenor Square, 

Canning, sir Samuel, s. of R. Canning, 
Ogbum St Andrew, Wilts; b. 1823; 
m. dr. of W. H. Gale, Grately : a civil 
engineer, engineer in chief of the At- 
lantic telegraph expeditions in 1865 and 
1866. 

The Manor Houae^ Abbots Langley^ 
HerU. 

Cannon, yice-admiral Edward St. Leger, 
bro. of commander Frederick Cannon : 
b. 1800; m. dr. of doctor Boys^ royal 
navy : served in the West Indies and 
the Mediterranean. 

Canterbury, 8 vise (1835). John Henry 
Thomas Manners-Sutton, x.c.b., 
O.C.M.O.; b. 1814; m. dr. of Charles Tomp- 
son, Mitchingbam hill, Norfolk : m.a. 
Cantab., under secretair for home de- 
partment 1841-46, M.p. Cambridge 1841- 
47, lieut-gov. of New Brunswick 1854- 
61, governor of Trioidad 1861-66, of 
Victoria 1866-72, registrar of the court 
of faculties. 
Famkam^ Bury St, Edmunde, 

Cant6rlrar7,92archbp. of (596). rt hon. 
and most rev. Archibald Campbell Tait, 
D.D., D.C.L., p.c. ; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of 
archdeacon Spooner of Coventry : m.a. 
Oxon., head master of Rugby 1842-49, 
dean of GarUsle 1849-56, dean of the 
chapels royal 1857-69, bp. of London 
1856-68, archbp. and primate of all Eng- 
land from 1868 (15,000/.), a governor of 
the Charterhouse. 

Lambeth Palace; Addington Park^ 
Croydon, 

Canterbury, dean of ; xidt R. P. Smith. 



Canterbury, archdeacon of; vide rt rer. 
E. Parry. 

Capel, hon. Adolphus Frederick, bro. 
of 6 earl of Essex ; b. 1813 ; m. dr. {d,) 
of 3 vise. Maynard (extinct) 

Capel, hon. Algernon Henry, bro. of 6 
eari;of Essex ; b. 1807 ; m. dr. of admi- 
ral hon. sir Charles Paget: ex-capt. 
royal navy. 

Capel, hon. Arthur Algernon, s. of 6 
earl of Essex; b. 1864. 

Capel, hon. George Devereux de Vere, 
eld. s. of vise. Maiden ; b. 1857. 

Capel, hon. Randolph de Vere, s. of 
vise. Maiden ; b. 1865. 

Capel, hon. Reginald Algernon, s. of 6 
earl of Essex ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. of John 
Nicholas Farakerly, Stoodly, Devon : a 
Queen's messenger for foreign service 
1835-58, capt HerUrifle volunteers 1861- 
72. 

21 Chs$hamPiaee,Belyrave Square; 
Little Caseioburyj Watford. 

Capel, hon. Maud de Vere, b. 1855 ; 
hon. Evelyn de Vere, b. 1856 ; hon. 
Sybil de Vere, b. 1858, drs. of vise. 
Maiden. 

Capel, lady Beatrix Maiy, dr. of 6 earl 
of Essex; b. 1870. 

Capel, lady Emily, dr. of 5 earl <^ 
Berkeley; b. 1807; m. col. Sydney 
Augustus Capel, ex-lieut -col. staff officer 
of pensioners. 

Capel, lady Mary, sis. of 6 earl of 
Essex ; b. 1808. 
4 Cadogan PlaeOy Shane Street, S, W. 

Cape Town, 2 bp. of, (1847) rt rey. 
W. W. Jones, d.d. value 900/. 

§Carbery, 7 baron (1715). Georoe Pat- 
rick Percy Evans-Freke ; b. 1810 ; m 
dr. of lieut-gen. Edmund W. Shuld- 
ham, Dunmanwajr, Cork. 

Oa»tU Freke, Cork; LaxUm Holly 
NorthanU. 

Carden, sir John Craven, 4 bart (1787); 
b. 1819 ; m. 1. dr. of sir W. M. Milner, 
4 bart ; 2. dr. of vice-adnural Charles 
Gepp Robinson, Oban : ex-lieut 8 bus- 
saiB. dep.-lieut. of Tipperary. 

Templemore Abb^, Tipperary; 
Friymore, Perthshire. 

Carden, alaerman sir Robert Walter, s. 
of James Carden, Bedford-square, by dr. 
of John Walter, of " The Times" ; b. 
1801; m. dr. (d.) of doctorAndrewB,19ft. : 
formerly in the 82 ft., sheriff of London 



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in 1851, lord mayor of London in 1857, 
M.P. Gloucester 1857-59. aldennan of 
Dowgate ward 1849-71, of Bridge with- 
out from 1871, a stock and shareoroker. 
2 Royal Exchange BuiidifMs, E.G. ; 
64 Wimpole Street, W.; Mole Lodge, 
West Mouleey, Surreu. 

Cardew, hon. mrs. Eliza Jane, dr. of 1 
baron Westbury ; b. 1828 ; m. capt. 
Christopher B. Cardew (s. of gen. Car- 
dew. K.E.), b. 1817, ex-capt. 74 ft. 

Army ofid Noffy ; East Hilly Zyss, 
Tetersfidd. 

Cardigan, countess of. Adeline Louisa, 
dr. of Spencer de Honey ; m. 7 earl of 
Cardigan {d^ 

43 Portnuin Square; Deatte Park, 
Wansford, NorthafUs; Eose Cottage, 
West Cowes. 

Cardigan, archdeacon of (St. D.); mde 
W. North. 

CardroBf, lord (eld. s. of earl of Buchan). 
Shipley Gordon Stuart Erskine; b. 

107 Belgrave Eoad, S. W. ; Ammon- 
dale Park, Edinburgh. 

Caxdwell, 1 vise. (1874). Edward Card- 
well, D.C.L., P.C., 8. of J.Cardwell, mer- 

' chant, Liverpool; b. 1813; m. dr. of 
Charles Stewart Parker, of FairUe, Ayr: 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1838, secretary to the 
Treasury 18i5-46, president of board of 
trade 1853-55, chief secretary for L^land 
1859-61, chancellor of the duchy of Lan- 
caster 1861-64, colonial secretary 1864- 
66, war secretary 1868-74, m.p. 1842-74. 
Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge, 
Athemeum; Euerbeck Hall, Ghorley; 
74 Eaton Square, 

Carew, 2 baron (1838). Robert Shapland 
Carew, x.p. ; b. 1818; m. dr. of sir 
George R. Philips, bart., and sister of 
countessesof Camperdownand Caithness : 
M.A. Oxon., M.p. Waterford 1840-47, 
coL Wexford militia from 1847, hon. 
coL from 1871, lord-lieut. of Wexford 
from 1856. 

Eeform; Woodstown, Waterford; 
Castleborough, Enniseorthy, Wexford; 
28 Belgrave Square, 

Caww, sir Henry, 10 bart. (1661) ; b. 
1868. 

Eaccombe, Chudleigh; Tiverton 
Castle, Devon, 

Caiew, dow.-lady. Jane, dr. of m%jor 
Anthony Cliffe, Boss; m. 1 baron 
Caiew. 



Carew, hon. Robert Shapland Georffe 
Julian, eld. s. of 2 baron Carew; b. 
1860. 

Carew, hon. George Patrick John, s. 
of 2 baion Carew ; b. 1863. 

Carew, hon. Shapland Francis, s. of 1 
baron Carew ; b. 1826 ; m. lady Hester, 
dr. of 2 mar^. of Sligo ; ex-lieut. 8 dra- 
goons, ex-lieut.-col. Wexford militia, 
resident magistrate at Cahir, Tip- 
perary, 

Carew, lady Hester ; b. 1837 ; vide 
hon. Shapland Carew. 

Carey, sir Peter Stafford, s. of P. Mar- 
tin Carey, Guernsey; bom 1803; m. 
dr. of Ueut-col. Warren, Scots f^isilier 
guards: m.a. Oxon., called to the bar at 
the mddle Temple 1830, recorder of 
Dartmouth 1836-4o, judge of the court 
of record at Wells 1838-45, professor of 
English law in University college, Lon- 
don* 1838-45, bailiff of Gruemsey from 
1845. 

Oxford attd Cambridge; Candie, 
Ouernsey, 

CBxej, Col Robert, c.B. : served in Aff- 
ghanistan 1841-42, in the Crimea with 
the Turkish contingent as assistant 
quartermoster-^n. to a division, deputy 
adjutant-gen. in Australia 1860-61, de- 
ty judge advocate in London (780/.) 
m 1870. 
Great George Street, Westminster, 

Carey, lady. Harriet, dr. of R. P. Le 
Marchan^Guemsey ; m. major-gen. sir 
Octavius Carey (rf.), c.B., k.c.h. 
Castel, Guernsey. 

Carington, 8 bai-on (1797). Charles 
Robert Carington ; b. 1843 : b.a. Cantab., 
capt. royal horse guards, ex-capt. Bucks 
yeomanrj', m.p. Wycombe 1865-68. 

White: s; Wycombe Abbey, Bucks; 
Gayhurst, Neicport Pagnell; 8 White- 
hall Yard, S. W, 

Carington, dowacer-baroness. Charlotte 
Augusta, dr. of 19 baron Willoughby 
d'Eresby ; b. 1816 ; m. 2 baron Caring- 
ton, lord-lieut. of Bucks. 
8 Whitehall Yard, JFhitehall, 

Carington, hon. Rupert Clement, s. of 
2 baron Carington; b. 1852: lieut. 
grenadier guards. 

Carington, col hon. William Henry 
Peregrine, s. of 2 baron Carington ; b. 
1845 ; m. dr. of Francis Warden, Paris : 
capt. grenadier guards, secretary to the 
(acting) lord great chamberlain 1871, 
M.p. (l.) Wycombe from 1868 

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Chtard^ ; JRoyal Court, House of 
Lords. 

Carleton, baron ; vide Shannon. 

Garleton, hon. mi*s. Charlotte, dr. of 1 
baron Broughton (ext.) ; b. 1831 ; m. 
ool. Dudley Wilmot Garleton (s. of hon. 
and rey. Richard Garleton), ex-lieut.- 
ool. coldBtreani guards, kmght pf the 
Medjidie. 
42 Bei'kflcy Square, W. 

Carleton, hon. mrs. Henrietta Pi^ott-, 
dr. of 3 earl of Dorchester ; b. 1846 ; m. 
Francis Paynton Pigott Carleton (s. of 
Francis Pigott Stainsby Conant, m.p.), 
b. 1837, ex-capt. IGt lancers. 

Archer Lodge, Reading ; Heekfield 
Heath, Winchfleld, Hants. 

Carleton, major-sen. Henry Alexander, 
B.A., C.B., 8. of Francis Garleton, Glare, 
Tipperaiy ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of Armor 
Boyle, Dundrum : commanded the Ben- 
gal artillery diyision at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow. 

Garlingford, 1 baron (1874). Chichester 
Samuel Fortescue, p.c, bro. and heir 
prcs. of lord Glermont; b. 1823; m. 
Frances, dow. -countess of "Waldegrave : 
M.A. Oxon., a lord of the treasury 
1854-55, under secretary for the colonies 
1857-58, 1859-65, chief secretary for 
Ireland 1865-66, 1868-70, president of 
the board of trade 1870-74, m.p. Louth 
1847-74, lord lieut. of Essex from 1873. 
BrooK8\ Athenattm ; 7 Carlton Gar- 
dens, S. Jr.: Strawberry Hill^eddrng- 
ton ; Dudhrook, Brentwood, £ssex. 

Carliile, 8 earl of (1660). rev. Wil- 
liam George Howard, b. 1808 ; 2nd tit. 
vise. Morpeth : rector of Londesborough, 
Yorkshire, 1832-66. 

Castle Howard, York; Naworth 
Castle, Brampton, Cmnberland. 

Carliile, 68 bp. of (1133). rt. rey. 
Haryey Goodwin, d.d., s. of Charles 
Goodwin, King's Lynn: b. 1818; m. 
dr. of George King, Higher Bebington, 
Cheshire : M. a. Cantab., second wrangler 
in 1840, incumbent of St. Edward's, 
Cambridge, 1848-58, deanof Ely 1858-69, 
bp. of Ely from 1869, value 4600/. 

Athenattm; Rose Castle, Carlisle; 
41 Devonshire Street,PortlandFlaoe, IF. 

Carlisle, dean of (1425^.); vide F. Close. 

Carlisle, archdeacon of; vide S. P. Bout- 
flower. 

Carlow, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Portar- 
Hngton). 



Carmarthen, archdeacon of (St. D.) 
(200/.) ; vide D. A. Williams. 

Carmarthen, marq. of (eld. s. of dnke 
of Leeds). George Godolphin Osborne, 
b. 1862, 

Carmiohael, sir James Robert, 2 bart. 
(1821), s. of major-gen. sir James Car- 
michael-Smyth, k.c.h., goremor of the 
Bahamas; b. 1817; m. dr. of sir'T. 
Butler, 8 bart. : formerly in the army, 
dep. lieut. of Kent. 

Army and Navy; Oakdene, Eden- 
bridge, Kent ; 12 SussexFlaoe, Regent* 9 
Fark. N. W. 

Carmicnael, rev. sir WiUiam Henry- 
Gibson, 13 bart. (1628); b. 1827 ; m. dr. 
id.) of Dayid Anderson, St Germaina: 
M.A. Cantab. 

Oxford^ Cambridge; Hailes Houae^, 
Edinburgh; Castle Craig, Peebles. 

Carmiohael, coL James Doddington. 
C.B., s. ot Dayid Carmichael, Bengal 
civil seryice (s. of 1 bart.) ; m. 1. dr. of 
major Latter ; 2. dr, of T. Morris, Crome 
haU, Gloucester : lieut.-col. h. p. 94 ft., 
deputy quartermaster-gen. at Alexan- 
dria to superintend the overland trans- 
port of troops to India. United Service, 

Camao, sir John Rivett-, 2 bart. (1886), 
8. of 1 bart, M.P., goyemor of Bombay ; 
b. 1818 ; m. dr. of Samuel Sproule, m.d. : 
formerly in 21 ft., dep. lieut. of Hants, 
M.p. Lymington 1852-60. 

Car&on; Hordle Cliffe, Lymington^ 
Hants. 

Carnarvon, 4 earl of (179S). Henry . 
Howard Molyneux Herbert, d.o.l., p.o. ; 
b. 1831 ; m. dr. of 6 earl of Chesterfield ; 
2nd tit. baron Porohester : m.a. Oxon., 
dep. lieut. of H^ts, under secretary for 
the colonies 1857-59, secretary of state 
for the colonics 1866-67, and from 1874, 
constable of Camanron castle, hixhi 
steward of Oxford uniyerdty from 18o9, 
pro grand master of the freemasons 
of Fngland. 

Carlton; Highelere House, Newbury^ 
Hants; Pixton, Taunton, Somerset; 
16 Bruton Street, Berkeley Souare. 

Carnarvon, dow.-conntess of. Hen- 
rietta, dr. of lord Henry Thomas Moly- 
neux Howard (bro. of 12 duke of Nor- 
folk) ; b. 1804 ; m. 3 earl of Camanron. 
Manor House, Teversal, Mansfield, 
Notts. 

Carnegie, baron (elH. s. of earl of Sonth* 
esk). Charles Noel Carnegie, b. 1864: 
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Ctunegie, lion. Charles, bro. of 6 earl of 
Southeek; b. 1833 : ez-lient. 23 and 27 
ft, dep.-Iieut. of Forfarshire, m.p. (l.) 
Porferehire 1860-72, inspector of con- 
stabulary for Scotland fh>m 1872. 

Army attd Navy; Arrattmilly Bre^ 
chin. 

Caraegie, hon. David, a. of lord Bose- 
hill; b. 1865. 

Camegie, hon. David Wynfoid, s. of 6 
earlofSouthesk; b. 1871. 

Carnegie, hon. John, bro. of 6 earl of 
Sonthesk; b. 1829: dep.-lieut. of For- 
fanhire, ex-capt. royal navy, served in 
the Crimea. 
26 FaU Mall, S.JT. 

Gamagie, hon. John Jervis, s. of 7 
earl of Northesk ; b. 1807 ; mr. dr. (d,) 
of David Stevenson, DoUan, Carmar- 
then: dep-lieut of Sussex and high 
sheriff in 1862. 
Fair Oak, Feterajield, Sussex. 

Oamegie, hon. Lancelot Doaglas, s. of 
6 earl of Southesk ; b. 1861. 

Carnegie, vice-adm. hon. Swynfen 
Thomas, c.b., s. of 7 earl of Northesk ; 
b. 1813 ; m. dr. of Adrian John Hope 
and grand-dr. of count Rapp (divorced 
1872J : a lord of the treasury in 1846, 
of the admiralty in 1859. i[.p..Stafford 
1841-47, served in the Baltic in 1864. 
knifi^ht of San Fernando of Spain, and 
of the Medjidie. 

16 Felham Crescmt, FiOham Boad, 
8.W. 

Camegie, hon. Robert Francis, s. of 6 
earl of Southesk ; b. 1869. 

Camegie, lady Arabella, b. 1850 ; 

, lady Constance, b. 1851 ; lady Dora, b. 

\m\ lady Elizabeth, b. 1864; lady 

Helena, b. 1865; hidy Katherine, b. 

1867, drs. of 6 earl of Southesk. 

Caron, Rend, speaker of the legislative 
assembly in 1843 and 1848, puisne judge 
of the superior court 1853-55, judge of 
Queen's bench 1858-73, lieut. -governor 
of Quebec ^2000/.) from 1873 
Quebec, Canada. 

Carpenter, capt. hon. Walter Cecil, 
R.N., s. of 18 earl of Shrewsbury; b. 
1834 ; m. dr. of major R. Miller Mimdy : 
served in the Crimean war, m.p. Water- 
ford CO. 1859-65, assumed the name of 
Carpenter in 1868. 

Carlton, United Service; KipUn 
Park, Catterick, Yorkshire. 

*Camwat]i, 13 earl of (1689). Heat.- 
gen. Arthur Alexander Dalzell; b. 



1799 ; 2nd. tit. baron Dalzell : lieut.-coL 
48 ft. 1841-53, commanded'south-eastem 
district 1861-65, coL 48 ft. from 1864. 

Glenne House, Dumfries ; 28 Eaton, 
Flace, S. W. 

Camwath, dow. -countess of. Isabella, 

dr. of col. Eardley Wilmot, a.A. ; m. 1, 

J. Hartpole Lecky; 2. as his second 

wife, 11 earl of Camwath. 

15 Cromwell Flace, South Kensington. 

Garr, col. George Carr, c.b. : retired on 
full pay as lieut.-col. Madras Infantry. 

iCarrick, 5 earl of (1744). Somerset 
Arthur Butler; b. 1835; 2nd tit vise. 
Ikerrin: ex-oapt. grenadier guards^ 
served in the Cnmea. 

Guards* ; Mount Juliet, Kilkenny. 

Garrick, dow. -countess of. Lucy, dr. of 
Arthur French (cousin of 1 baron de 
Freyne); m. 1. 3 earl of Carrick; 2. 
hon. Charles Harward Butler-Clarke- 
Southwell- Wandesford id.), bro. of 1 
marq. of Ormonde. 

Carrington, very rev. Henry, s. of sir 
Codrmgton Carrington, chief-justice of 
Ceylon ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of Haseldine 
Lyall, and grand-dr. of George Lyall, 
M.p. , chairman of E. I. Co. : M. A. Cantab., 
dean and rector of Backing, Braintree, 
Essex. (1407/.) 

Carrinffton, lady. Mary^ dr. of John 
Cape^ M.p. : m. sir Codrmgton Carring- 
ton, B.c.L. id), chief justice of Ceylooi 
1801-5. M.p. St. Mawes 1826-31. 
33 St. Jameses Square, Bath. 

GarroU, sir William, m.iuo.h.e., s. of 
Michael Carroll, Nenagh, Tipperary; 
b. 1819; m. dr. of J. Pearson, Ballin- 
teer, Dublin : lord mayor of Dublin in 
1868 and 1869. 

Woodlaum, Bundrum, Dublin; 33 
Tipper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin. 

Carte, John Elliott, m.b., c.b. : senior 
medical officer in New Zealand 1860-64, 
inspector general of hospitals h.p. 

Carter, sir James, s. of J. Carter, 
Portsmouth; b. 1805; m. dr. (d.) of 
archdeacon Coster, New Brunswick: 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1832, judge of the supreme court of 
New Brunswick 1834-61, chief justice 
1851-65. Union; Stratjield MousCy 
Mortimer, Berks, 

Carter, alderman Robert Meek, s. of 
John Carter, Bridlington; b. 1814: a 
coal merchant and doth finisher at 
Leeds, m.p. Tl) Leeds from 1868. 
Hopewell House, Leeds. 

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Carter, hon. mrs. Jane, dr. of 8 baix>n 
Elibank; b. 1816; m. col. John Money 
Carter, ex 1 royals. 

Carter, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 1 baron 
Northbrook ; b. 1824 ; m. John Bonham 
Carter (s. of J. B. Carter, m.p. Ports- 
month 1816-38), b. 1817, m.a. Can- 
tab., dep.-Ueut. of Hants, a lord of the 
treasury in 1866, chairman of com- 
mittees in house of commons 1872-74, 
M.p. (lO Winchester 1847-74. 

Brook9\ Athetimum; Adhunt St. 
Mary, Peters field, Mania : 26 Ashley 

, Place, Victoria Street, S. W, 

Carthew, lieat.-gen. Morden, C.B., s. 
of rev. M. Carthew ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. 
of J. Ewert, Mulluck, Kirkcudbright: 
Madras army. 

East Timoald. Dumfries ; Braden- 
ham HaU, Thetford, Norfolk, 

Cartier, dow. lady. Hortense, dr. of £. 
Raymond Fabre, Montreal; m. sir 
George Cartier, c.b. 1 hart, (ext.), 
minister of militia in Canada 1867-74. 
Montreal, 

Cartwriglit, col Fairfax William, s. of 
lieut-gen. William Cartwright; b. 
1823: B.A. Oxon.,and feUow of All 
Souls, dep.-lieut of Northamptonshire, 
formerly major in the Austrian army, 
M.p. (c.) Northamptonshire south from 
1868. 

Arthur's, Boodles, Carlton ; Eydon 
Hall, Banbury; 7 New Bur liny tott 
Street ,, 

Cartwright, William Comwallis, s. of 
sir T. Cartwright, o.c.h., envoy to 
Sweden; b. 1827; m. mademoiselle 
Clementine Gaul: dep.-lieut. of Nor- 
thamptonshire, M.p. (l*) Oxfordshire 
from 1868. 

Brooks', Athenaum; Aynhoe,Brack^ 
ley, Northants. 

Cartwright^ hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 1 
baron Cottesloe; m. Aubrey Cartwright 
(s. of Ralph William Cartwright, m.p., 
and half-bro. of sir Thomas Cartwright), 
b. 1816. 
Edgeote, Northants, 

Cartwright, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 8 
earl of Leven and Melville ; b. 1825 ; 
m. Thomas Robert Brook Cart\^Tight 
(s. of sir Thomas Cartwright, o.c.h., 
envoy to Sweden), b. 1826, m.a. Oxon, 
dep.-lieut. of Fife. 

CarWm, University; Melville House, 
Zadybank, Fife; Neu;bottle Manor, 
Brackley. 



Cartwright, lady. Mary Elizabeth, dr. 
of count de Sandizell, of Bavaria; m. 
sir Thomas Cartwright, o.c.h. (rf.), 
envoy to Sweden. 
2 Bertie Terrace, Leamington. 

Cary, admindhon. Plantagenet Pierre- 
pont s. of 8 vise. Falkknd ; b. 1806 ; 
m. or. (d.) of John Francis Maubal : 
heir pres. of his brother. 

Carjr, hon. mrs. Lucius, dr. of migor 
Henry Peach Keighly, Idicote house, 
Warwickshire ; m. hon. Lucius William 
Cary (d.), master of Falkland, eld. s. of 
10 vise. FalUand. 

Carjr, hon. mrs. Minimia, dr. of 
baron Fairfax ; m. Archibald Cary (d.). 

Caryrftot, 6 earl of (1789). Wilfiam 
Proby, K.T. ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of rev. 
R. B. Heathoote ; sits as baron Carys- 
fort (1801) ; 2nd. tit. lord Probj : b.a. 
Cantab., capt. Wicklow miUtia from 
1861. 

Brooks* i Elton Hall, OundlCjHants; 
QUnart Castle, Wicklow; l^ Hereford 
Gardens, Park Lane. 

Carjafort, dow. -counter of. Augusta, 
dr. of 2 earl of Listowel ; b. 18^ ; m. 
4 earl of Car]rsfort, k.t. 

13 Grosv&nor Crescent, S, W. 

Caahal,^! bp. of (901), 82 bp. of Emlv 
(441), 67 bp. of Waterford (1096), 6;^ 
bp. of lismore (631). rt. rev. Maurice 
Fitzgerald Day, d.d., s. of rev. John 
Day, rector of KiltaUagh, Kerry; b. 
1816; m. dr. of Joseph Gabbett, Dub- 
lin : M.A. Dublin, mcumbent of St 
Matthias, Dublin, 1843, dean of Lime- 
rick 1868, elected bv the s^nod of 
Cashel, etc., to the bisuopric and conse- 
crated in 1872. 
See House, Waterford, 

Catianlt, lient-col. Louis Adolphe, 
c.M.o. : Canadian militia, dep. -adjutant- 
general commanding 7 military custrict, 
Quebec, from 1866. 

Catiilii, earl of (eld. s. of marq. of 
Ailsa). Archibald Kennedy, b. 1872. 

CastleonffiB, vise. (eld. s. of carl of 
Desert). 

*§Caitle]iiai]ie, 4 baron (1812). Richard 
Handcock; b. 1836; m. dr. of 2 bunon 
Harris: ex-capt. 41 ft., dep.-lieut. of 
Westmeath. 

Carlton; Moydrum Castle, Athlone, 
Meath, 

Castlereagh, vise. (eld. s. of marn. of 
Londonderry). Charles Stuart Vane- 
Tempest ; b. 1852. 



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Caitlerofse, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Kenmare). Valentine Cliarles Browne ; 
b. 1860. 

§CMtlestuart, 4 earl of (1800). Henry 
James Knox Stuart; b. 1837; m. 
Augusta, dr. of major Richardson Brady 
and widow of major Hugh Massy 
(^. of 2 baron Massy) ; 2nd tit. 
viBc. Stuart: lieut. TVrone militia 
1862-74. 

Sttmrt ffafi, Tyrone; Oaklands, 
Tyrone. 

Castlestuart, dow. -countess of. Emme- 
line, dr. of B. Bathurst, and grand-dr. 
of bp. Bathurst of Norwich ; m. 1. ,in 
1830, 3 earl of Castlestuart ; 2. signor 
Alessandro Pistocchi, chevalier of the 
legion of honour (s. of genend Pistocchi). 

CasUeitaart, dow.-conntess of. Char- 
lotte, dr. of Quentin Thompson, 
H.B.i.c.s. ; m. 4 earl of Castlestuart. 

CuUetown, 1 baron (1869). John Wil- 
son Fitzpatrick ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. of rev. 
Archibald Douglas, rector of Coolehill : 
formerly in the army, m.p. Queen's 
CO. 1837-52, 1865-69, lord Ueut. of 
Queen's co. from 1855. 

Brooks' ; LUduJfy Rathdoume ; 
Grantstown Manor, Ahb&yUix ; 38 
Portman Square. 

Gatheart, 3 earl of (1814). Alan Frede- 
rick Cathcart; b. 1828; m. dr. of sir 
Samuel Crompton^ bart. ; 2nd tit. baron 
Greenock: dep.-heut. of north riding 
of Yorkshire^ chairman of north riding 
quarter sessions 1858-68, ez-lieut.-col. 
north riding militia, hon. ool. 1 north 
riding rifle volunteers firom 1871. 

Carlton ; Cathcart HouseyRenfrew ; 
Thomton^le-atreet, Thirsk, lorKshire. 

Cathcart, sir John Andrew, 5 bart 
(1703); b. 1810 ; m. lady Eleanor, dr. of 
1 mar^. of Ailsa ; ex-capt. 2 life guards, 
dep.-heut. of Ayrshire. 

WhUea, CarUon; KiUochan Caetle, 
Ayr : Cooper's Hilly Egkam, Surrey, 

Gathoart, coL hon. Adolphus Frede- 
rick, s. of 1 earl of Cathcart; b. 1803 ; 
m. dr. (d.) of W. Foreman Home, of 
Wedderbum, Berwick : lieut. -col. un- 
attached, lieut.-col. Berwickshire rifle 
volunteers 1863-69. 

Junior Carlton; 106 Baton Place; 
New Cluhy Edinburgh ; Caldra House, 
Bunse, 

Gathoart, col. hon. Angnstos Murray, 
B. of 2 earl of Cathcart; b. 1830; m. 



dr. of 3 baron Bolton : ex-lieut.-col. in 
the grenadier guards, served in the Cri- 
mea as aide-de-camp to his imcle sir 
George Cathcart, and also as deputv-as- 
sistant-adjutant-general, knight of the 
Medjidie. 

Carlton, United Service; Spenni- 
thome, Bedale. 

Gathoart, hon. Charles, s. of 3 earl of 
Cathcart; b. 1869. 

Gathoart, hon. George, s. of 3 earl of 
Cathcart ; b. 1862. 

Gathoart, hon. Reginald, s. of 3 earl of 
Cathcart ; b. 1870. 

Gathoart, hon. mrs. McAdam-, dr. of 
Quentin McAdam ; m. col. hon. Frede- 
rick McAdam-Cathcart (<^.), minister 
plenipo. at Frankfort. 

Craigengillan, Daknellinyton, Ayr- 
shire, 

Gathoart, (hon.) Emily, dr. of gen. hon. 
sir Charles Catiicart; b. 1834 : a maid of 
honour to the Queen. 

Gathoart, lady Eleanor, b. 1816 ; vide 
sir John A. Cathcart. 

Cathcart, lady Louisa, dr. of 1 earl of 
Cathcart ; b. 1791. 

Cathcart, lady Cecilia, b. 1857 ; lady 
Ida, b. 1866 ; lady Maria, b. 1867 ; lady 

EmHy, b. 1868 ; lady b. 1874, 

drs. of 3 earl of Cathcart. 

Gator, lady Louisa, dr. of 7 earl of 
Scarborough ; b. 1793 ; m. rev. Thomas 
Cator (rf.), rector of Eirkmneaton, York- 
shire. 

S Bryanston Square, W,; Ackworth, 
Pontefract, 

Caulfield, vise (eld. s. of earl of Charle- 
mont). 

Caulfield, hon. mrs. Henry, dr. of Dod- 
well Browne. Rahins, M!ayo; m. hon. 
Henry Caulfield {d.), hon. col. Armagh 
militia, father of 3 earl of Charlemont. 

Caulfield, hon. mrs. Annette, dr. of 3 
baron Castlemaine ; b. 1828 ; m. lieut.- 
col. James Alfred Caulfield (s. of E. 
Houston Caulfield, high sheriff of Ty- 
rone in 1838), ex-oapt. coldstream 
guards, major Tyrone f\isiliers from 
1862. 

Brumeaime, Stewartston, Tyrone. 

Caulfield, hon. mrs. Susanna, sis. of 1 
baron Crofton; b. 1802; m. cousin, 
St. George Francis Caulfield (s. of St. 
George Caulfield, by dr. of baroness 
Crofton), b. 1806. 
Donoman Castle, Roscommon, 

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Caufton, lady. Mary, dr. of Edward 
Potter; m. alderman sir Joseph Caus- 
ton (d.). Champion Hill, Surrey. 

Cantliy, major-gen. George : retired on 
full pay as ool. Bengal cavalry. 

§Cayiui,8earlof(1647). John William 
Lambart ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of 1 baron 
Hatherton; 2nd tit. yisc. Kilcounde: 
dep.-lient. of Somersetshire, Ueut-coL 
Somerset militia from 1862. 
national; The Lodge, Weston-wper' 
Mare. 

CaTanagli, lieut.-gen. Orfenr: served 
with Bengal irregiilar caTalry in the 
Gwalior campaign including Maharaj- 
pore. and in Sutlej campaign including 
Buddiwal. Bengal staff corps. 

Cavage, general William. Bombay in- 
fiemtry. 

Cave, sir Myles Cave Brown, 11 bart 
(1641) ; b. 1822 ; m. dr. of John Taylor, 
Stretton hall, Derby : ex-lieut. 11 hus- 
sars, dep.-lieut. of Derbyshire^ and of 
Warwickshire, major Derb}^shire yeo- 
manry 1864-74. 

Carlton ; Haddon House, Bakewell ; 
Stretton Hall, Aehby de la Zouehe, 
Leicester. 
"Cave, rt. hon. Stephen, •. of Daniel 
Cave, Cleve Hill, by sis. of sir Charles 
Locock, M.D., 1 bart. ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. 
of rev. W. Smyth, EUdngton Hall, Louth, 
Lincoln : m.a. Oxon., called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1846, dep.-lieut 
Gloucestershire, vice-president of the 
board of trade 1866-68, judffe-advocate- 
gen. and paymaster from 1874, director 
of the bank of England 1860-66, m.p. 
(c.) Shoreham from 1869. 

Carlton. Oxford and Camhridae; 
Cleve Hill, Bristol; 85 WiUon Fktce, 
8.W. 
XlaTe, Thomas, s. of Geoiffe Cave, Bod- 
dicote; b. 1825; m. dr. of J. Shallcross: 
formerly a merchant in London, sheriff 
of London and Middlesex in 1864, m.p. 
(l.) Barnstaple from 1865. 
Suthrey House, Mortlake, Surrey. 
"Caye, hon. Maria Otway, dr. of last 
baroness Braye; b. 1796. 

Cayendish, lord Edward, s. of 7 dnke 
of Devonshire; b. 1838; m. dr. of rt 
hon. William Lasoelles (she is an hono- 
rary lady in waiting to prmcess Helena) : 
M.A. Cantab., ex-lieut. rifle brigade, m.p. 
east Sussex 1865-68, private seoretanr to 
viceroy of Ireland (earl Spenoer) 1869- 
74. 



Reform : Compton Place, Eastbosame; 
78 Fieeadllly. 

Cayendiih, lord Frederick Charles, s. 
of 7 duke of Devonshire: b. 1836; m. 
dr. of 4 baron Lyttelton (she was a maid 
of honour to the C^ueen) : senior optima 
at Trinity ooUe^, Cambridge, 18^ 
dep.-lieut. Lancasnire, private secretery 
to the president of the council (ean 
Granville) 1859-64, to the first lord of 
the treasury (mr. Gladstone) 1872-73, a 
lord of the treasunr 1873-74, m.p. (l.) 
west riding of Yorkshire north division 
from 1865. 

Brooks' ; 21 Carlton House Tetraeey 
■S.W. 

Cavendiih, lord Ceorge Henry, faro, of 
7 duke of Devonshire ; b. 1810 ; m. lady 
Louisa, dr. of 2 earl of Harewood : ex- 
capt 2 Derbyshire militia, maj. 3 Der- 
byshire rifle volunteers from I860, M^. 
(L.) Derbyshire north from 1834. 

Travellers'; 3 Upper JSccleston Strmt^ 
Belarare Square; Ashford Hill, Bako' 
well, Derby. 

Cayendiih, hon. (Charles Compton Wil- 
Uam, eld. s. of 2 baron Chediam; b. 
1850: ex-lieut. Coldstream guards, Iiisnt 
10 hussars. 

Cayendiili, hon. Edwin William, 8. of 
2 baron Chesham ; b. 1865. 

CaVandiih, hon. Frederick, & of 2 
baron Waterpark ; b. 1804 : ex-capt in 
the army. 
6 South Street, Park Lane. 

Cavendiih, hon. Richard, s. of 2 baron 
Waterpark; b. 1796; m. dr. (d^ of 
Thomas Hart, and niece of sir T. Snep- 
pard : in the Bengal civil service 1811- 
48, resident at Gwalior 1830-89, dep.- 
lieut. of Stafibrdshire and of Budcs, hij^ 
sheriff of Bucks in 1851. 

Athenceum; Thornton Hall, Stoney 
Stratford, Bucks; 36 Chesham PUet, 
Belgrade Square. 

Cayendiih, hon. William Edwin, s. of 
2 baron Chesham ; b. 1862. 

Cayendith, hon. mrs. Qeorge, dr. of rer. 
Charles Prideaux Brune ; m. vice-a^. 
hon. Qeorffe Cavendidi (d.), s. of 1 baron 
Waterpark. 
Lyne Grove, Chertsey. 

Cayendish, hon. mrs. Henry, dr. of W. 
Byerlee; m. gen. hon. Henry Frederic 
Compton Cavendish {d.), s. of I earl of 
Burlington. 

Cayendii^, hon. mrs. Thomas, dr. of 
rev. sir John BobinBon, bait ; m. hon. 



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•nd rer. Thomas Cavendish (d.)^ s. of 2 
baron Waterpark. 
CaTendiBh, hon. Anne Emma, dr. of 2 
baron Waterpark. 
64 Cadogan Fktee^ Shane Strett, S. W. 
CftTendUh, hon. Qeorffina, b. 1852; 
hon. Mary Susan, b. 1853 ; hon. Cathe- 
rine Caroline, b. 1867, drs. of 2 baron 
Chesham. 
Cayandiflh, (hon.) Caroline Fanny, dr. 
of gen. hon. Hennr Cayendish; b. 1826: 
a maid of honour to the Queen. 
CAT«ndiali, hon. Susan Frederica, dr. 

of 2 baron Waterpark ; b. 1843. 
Cayandiah, lady Emily, dr. of 1 earl of 
Durham ; b. 1823 ; m. Frederick Caven- 
dish (s. of lieut.-8;en. hon. Henry F. 
Compton Cavendish), b. 1817, aep.- 
lieut. of Derbyshire, a groom in waiting 
to the Queem lieut.-col. Derbyshire 
militia from 1855. 

Ayott St. Lawrence^ Weltoyn; West 
Stoke, Chichester, Sussex, 
Cayendish, lady Louisa, b. 1812 ; vide 

lord George H. Cavendish. 
Cawdor, 2 earl of (1827) John Frederick 
Taughan Campbell ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of 
]ieut.-gen. hon. Henry F. Cavendish; 
2nd tit. vise. £ml}rn : m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
Hent. of Nairn, private secretary to the 
lord privy seal (duke of Buccleuch) in 
1841, precis- writer to the foreign secre- 
tary (earl of Aberdeen) in 18^2, m.p. 
Pembrokeshire 1841-61, ex-capt. 1 Car- 
marthenshire rifle volunteers, lord-lieut. 
of Carmarthenshire from 1861. 

Carlton ; Golden Orove, Llandilo ; 
Cawdor CastlejXaim; Stackpole Court, 
Tembroke; 74 South Audley Street. 
Cftwley, Charles Edward, s. of S. Caw- 
ley, Heywood; b. 1812; m. dr. of G. 
Motley, Sturton House : member of the 
institution of civil engineers, m.p. (c.) 
Salford from 1868. 

National; The Heath, Kersal, Man- 
chester; 6 JFhiUhall, S.JT. 
Cayley, sir Digby, 7 bart. (1661) ; b. 
1807 ; m. dr. of rev. prebendary Allan- 
son, Bipon : m.a. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of 
north nding of Yorkshire. 

Hiffh Molly Brompton, Fiekering, 
Torks. 
Cedl, lord Adelbert, s. of 2 niarq. of 
Exeter ; b. 1841 ; ex-lieut rifle brigade. 
Cadi, lord Arthur Gascourne-, s. of 2 
maro^f Salisbury ; b. 1 wl ; m. dr. of 
J. Wilson, Woodhom Manor: b.a. 
Cantab., lieot. Northmnberiand militia. 



Cecil, lord Brownlow Thomas Montago, 

s. of 2 marq. of Exeter ; b. 1827 : m. dr. 

of E. Thompson Curry, consul at Ostend : 

ex-capt. Scots fusilier ^ards, lieut.-coL 

Northamptonshire mihtia frt>m 1874. 
Ceoil, lord Edgar Algernon, 8. of 8 

marq. of Salisbury ; b. 1864. 
Ceeil, lord Edward Herbert, a. of 8 

marq. of Salisbury; b. 1867. 
Cecil, lord Eustace Henry Gascoigne-, 

s. of 2 marq. of Salisbury; b. 1834; m. 

ladv Gertrude, dr. of 2 earl of Eldon : 

ex-lieut. -col. coldstream guards, m.p. 

(c.) Essex east 1866-68, Essex west ftx)m 

1868, surveyor-gen. of ordnance from 

1874. 

Carlton; 32 Eccleston Square, S, W, 
Cecil, lord Francis Horace, R.N., s. of 

3 marq. of Exeter ; b. 1861 ; m. Edith, 

dr. of W. Cunliffe Brooks, m.p. 
Cecil, lord Hugh Richard, s. of 3 marq. 

of Salisbury ; b. 1869. 
Cecil, lord John Pakenham, s. of S 

marq. of Exeter ; b. 1867. 
Cecil, lord Lionel Gascoigne-, s. of 2 

marq. of SaHsbury; b. 1863: b.a. 

Cantab., lieut. Northumberland militia. 
Cedl, lord Rupert William, a. of 3 

mara. of Salisbiiry ; b. 1863. 
Cecil, lord Sackville Arthur Gascoigne-, 

s. of 2 marq. of Salisbury ; b. 1848 : 

M.A. Oxon. 
Cecil, lord William, s. of 3 marq. of 

Exeter; b. 1854. 
Cedl, lady Beatrix, b. 1858; lady 

Guendolen, b. 1860, drs. of 3 marq. of 

SalisbuiT. 
Cedl, lady Maigaret Elizabeth Gas- 
coigne-, dr. of 2 marq. of Salisbury ; b. 

Cedl, lady Gertrude, b. lUl; vide lord 
Eustace CedL 

Cedl, lady Isabella, b. 1853; lady 
Maria, b. 1857; lady Catherine Sarah, 
b. 1861 ; lady Frances Emily, b. 1862; 
lady Louisa Alexandrina, b. 1864, drs. 
of 3 marq. of Exeter. 

Cecil, lady Sophia, dr. of 4 duke of 
Richmond; b. 1809; m. lord Thomas 
Cecil {d.), 8. of 1 marq. of Exeter. 

Chads, rear-adm. Heniy, a. of vice-adm. 
sir Henry Ducie Chads, k.c.b. ; b. 1817 : 
served in the Baltic, and on the north 
America and west India station. 

Chadwick, David, s. of J. Chadwick, 
Manchester; b. 1821; m. dr. of W. 
Bow, Broughton, Manchester: partner 

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in Chadwicks, Adamson, and Co., ac- 
countants and auditors in London and 
Manchester, m.p. (l.) Macclesfield from 
1868. 

Whitehall; 65 Mooraate Street, E. C. ; 
64 Cfross Street, Manchester; 27 Belsize 
Parl\ St. John* 8 Wood. 

Chadwiok, Edwin, c.b. ; b. 1801 : 
called to the bar 1830, secretary to the 
poor law commission 1840-54. 

Athenaum; East Sheen, Mortlake, 
Surrey. 

Chaine, James ; b. 1841 ; m. dr. of C. 
A. Creery, Down: educated at Black- 
heath proprietary grammar school, high 
sheriff of Down in 1873, m.p. (c.) An- 
trim CO. from 1874. 
BaUycrtUgy, Antrim. 

Chalk, sir James Jell, F.8.A., s. of J. 
Chalk, Queenborough, Kent; b. 1803: 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1839, secretarj' to the ecclesiastical com- 
missioners 1848-71. 

Athenaum; 80 Warwick Sqtmre, 
Fimlico. 

Chaloner, rear-adm. Thomas, a. of Ro- 
bert Chaloner, Gainsborough, Yorkshire, 
by dr. of 1 baron Dundas ; b. 1816 ; en- 
gaged in 1839-43 in suppressing the 
slave trade on coast of Africa, lieut.-col. 
1 north riding artillery volunteers from 
1861. 

67 Frinee*s Square, Bay sicater; Lony- 
hull, Gainsborouah, Yorkshire. 

Cluunberlain, air Henry Hamilton ErroU, 
4bart. (1828); b. 1857. 

Chamberlain, lieut.-gen. sir Neville 
Bowles, K.C.B., O.C.8.I., s. of 1 bart., 
consul-gen. in Brazil; b. 1820; m. dr. 
of maj.-gen. sir William Reid, k.c.b. : 
served with distinction in India, aide- 
de-camp to the Queen 1859-64, ex-com- 
manding Punjab irregular force, Bengal 
infimtry. 
Oriental. 

Chamberlain, mfg. -KJ^n. Crawford, c. s. i. , 
bro. of sir NevUle B. Chamberlain, 
O.C.8.I. ; b. 1621 ; m. dr. of J. de Witt, 
Capetown: served in the Affghanistan 
campaigns 1839-42. Punjab campaim 
1848-49, and at Mooltan during the 
mutiny of 1857, commanding the Oude 
division from 1874. Bengal staff corps. 

Chamberlain, rear-adm. Wm. Charles, 
s. of sir Henry Chamberlain, 1 bart. ; b. 
1818; m. dr. of capt. Basil Hall, royal 
navy : served in Syria at the capture of 
St. jean d* Acre, and in the Baltic, capt.- 



superintendent Chatham dockyard 1868> 
73. 

Chamben, bp. ; vide Labuan. 

Chambers, sir Thomas, b. 1814; m. 
Diana White, niece and adopted dr. of 
John Green, Hertford: m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1840, queen's counsel 1861, common 
sergeant of London from 1857, m.p. (l.) 
Marylebone from 1865, treasurer of the 
Middle Temple in 1872. 

Reform ; 63 Gloucester PUtee, Port- 
man Square ; 3 Pump Court, Temple. 

Chambers, hon. mrs. Henrietta Laura, 
dr. of 2 baron Wodehouse ; b. 1805 ; m. 
John David Chambers, b. 1805, m.a. 
Oxon., called to the bar 1829, recorder 
of Salisbury from 1842. 

Athenteum ; 6 Old Square, Lincoln* s 
Inn; 16 Princes Gardens, KniyhtS" 
bridye. 8. W. ; Oakley, Brill, Bt*cks. 

Chambre, mtg.-gen. William: lieut.- 
col. h. p. unattached. 

Champneys, dean William Weldon, 
M.A. Oxon.. rector of St. Pancras 1860- 
68, canon of St. Paul's 1851-68, dean of 
Lichfield from 1868, rector of Tatenhill, 
Burton-on-Trent, from 1868. 
The Deanery, Lichfield. 

Chandos, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Buckingham). 

Channell, lady. Martha, dr. of Richard 
Moseley. Champion Hill, Camberwell ; 
m. sir William Fry Channell (rf.), justice 
in the common ^eas 1857-73. 

2 Clarendon Place, Hyde Park Gar- 
dens, W. 

Chantrej, lady. Mary, dr. of Daniel 
Wale ; m. sir Francis Chantrey (d), the 
celebrated sculptor. 

Claridfe's Hotel, Brook Street, W, 

Chaplin, lieut.-col. Edward, bro. of 
Henry Chaplin, m.p.; b. 1842: capt. 
Coldstream guards, m.p. (c.) Lincoln 
fit)ml874. Arthur 8, Guards*, White's; 
Blank Sleaford, Lincolnshire ; 41 Park 
Lane. 

Chaplin, Henij, s. of rev. H. Chap- 
lin, vicar of Ryhall, Rutlandshire, and 
nephew of Henry Chapliii, ex-M.P. ; b. 
1840: M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. for Lin- 
colnshire, M.p. (c.) Lincolnshire mid 
fh>ml868. 

Carlton; Blankncy, Sleaford, Lin^ 
eolnshire; 41 Park Lane. 

Chapman, sir Benjamin James, 4 bart. 
(1782); b. 1810; m. dr. of Richard 
Featherstonhaugh, Rockview, West- 



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meath : dep.-lieut. of Westmeath, m.p. 
Westmeath 1841-47. 

Meform: Kiiltia Caitle, Clonmellon. 
Wtstmeath. 

Chapman, rt. rev. James, d.d., b. 1799 ; 
m. dr. of rev. canon Keate, headmaster 
of Eton: m.a. Cantab., a master at 
Eton 18*24-34, rector of Dunton-Waylett, 
Eaaex, 1832-45, bp. of Colombo 1845-61, 
fellow of Eton coUege from 1862, pre- 
bendary of Wells from 1868, rector, from 
1863, of WooUon-Courtney, Dunater, 
Tauntofi (430/.). 

dutpman, lieut.-gen. sir Frederick Ed- 
ward, K.C.B., 8. of R. Chapman, Gat- 
chell, Somerset ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of W. 
Cox, Cheshimt : served in the Crimea, 
knight of the legion of honour, and of 

. the Medjidie, governor of Bermuda 
1867-70, inspector-general of fortifica- 
tions (1500/.) 1870-75. 

United Service. Army andXavy ; 45 
Elvaston Flace, Queen's Gate, S. Jr. 

Chapman, archdeacon Frank Robert, 
M.A. Oxon, archdeacon of Sudbmry 
goo/.) from 1870, vicar from 1865 of 
St, James's, Bury St, Edmunds (290/.). 

Chamnan, John, s. of J. Chapman, 
Ashton, Lancadiire; b. 1810; m. cou- 
sin, dr. of George Sidebottom, of Mot- 
tram : M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, 
and high sheriff in 1856, director of 
Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire 
railway, m.p. (c.) Great Grimsby 1862- 
65, and from 1874. 

Carlton; Hill Endy Mottram, Che- 
ahire ; Carlecotes, JDunfordln-idffe, 
Forks. 

Chapman, hon. mrs. Theodosia, sis. of 
2 baron Monteagle ; b. 1841 ; m. rev. 
Edward William Chapman (s. of Wil- 
liam Chapman, Lower Hall, Ledbury), 
M.A. Cantab., curate of St. Pancras 
1870-72, vicar of Lanercosty Brampton, 
Cumberland. 

Chapman, lady. Caroline, dr. of rev. 
George Pyke, Baythom park, Suffolk; 
m. 1. lieut.-gen. sir Stephen R. Chap- 
man, C.B., K.c.H. ; 2. William Edward 
Surtees, d.c.l., called to the bar at 
Lincohi's-inn 1856, dep.-lieut. of Dur- 
ham, and high sheriff in 1866. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Seaton Ca^ 
rewy West Hartlepool ; Tainjield House, 
Taunton. 

Charlemont, 3 earl of (1763). James 
Molyneux Caulfield,K.T. ; b. 1820 ; m. 



dr. of baron Athlumney ; sits as baron 
Charlemont (1837); 2nd tit. baron 
Caulfield: high sheriff of Tyrone in 
1842, and m.p. 1847-57, lord-Ueut. of 
Tyrone ftx)m 18fr4. 

Brooks'; Marino. Chntarf. Dublin ; 
Castle Cauljleld, Tyrone; Charlemont 
House, Dublin. 

Charlemont, dow. -cotmtess of. Anne, 
dr. of William Bemingham, Rosehill, 
Galway ; m. 2. earl of Charlemont : a 
Uidy of the bedchamber to the Queen 
1830-54. . 

14 Upper Qrosvenor Streety W, 
iCharlwpiUe, 4 earl of (1806). Alfred 
Bury ; b. 1829 ; m. Emily, d. of gen. sir 
Wm. Wood, K.C.B.; 2nd tit. baron 
Tullamore: ex-capt. 69 ft., dep.-lieut. 
of King's CO., heut.-col. King's co. 
militia. 

Charleville Foresty Tullamore, King's 

CO, 

Charl6wood, rear-adm. Edward Philips, 
8. of rev. C. B. Charlewood, Oak hill, 
Stafford; b. 1814; m. 1. dr, of W. 
Willie, Kingston, Hants; 2. Lucy, 
widow of W. Rochefort Keats, Portlull, 
Bideford : served at the capture of St. 
Jean d'Acre. 

Charley, William Thomas, d.c.l., s. of 
M. Charley, Woodbume, Antrim; b. 
1833: M.A.. and d.c.l. Oxon., called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1865, pre- 
sident of the metropolitan conservative 
association, m.p. (c.) Salford from 1868. 
Carlton, National; 6 Ootcn Office 
Row, Temple. 

Charterii, hon. Alan Dudley Wemyss, 
s. oflordElcho; b. 1860. 

Charterifl, hon. Evan Wemyss, s. of 
lordElcho; b. 1864. 

Charterii, hon. Frederick William 
Wemyss, s. of 8 earl of Wemyss ; b. 
1833 ; m. lady Louisa, dr. of 6 earl of 
Albemarle : commander royal navy. 

Charterii, hon. Hugo Richard We- 
myss, s. of lord Elcho ; b. 1857. 

Charteris, hon. Hilda, dr. of lord 
Elcho ; b. 1854. 

Charterii, lady Caroline, dr. of 7 earl 
ofWemyss; b. 1816. 

Charteris, lady Louisa, b. 1836; vide 
hon. Frederick Charteris. 

Charteris, lady Margaret, dr. of 2 earl 
of Glengall ; b. 1834 ; m. lieut.-col. hon. 
Richard Charteris {d.), grenadier guards. 
16 Qrosvenor Square, 

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Chatterton, right hon. Hedges Eyre, 
LL.D., p.c. (Irel.) 8. of Abraham Chat- 
terton, Cork ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of rev. 
prebendary Hallaran, Clojiie : called to 
the Irish bar 1843, queen's counsel 
1868, solicitor-genei-al for Ireland 1866, 
attorney-general 1867, M.P.Dublin uni- 
versity in 1867, vice-chancellor of Ire- 
land from 1867. 

Carlton; b FUzuilliam Place, Dub- 
lin; JEaatvietVy Glandorey Cork, 

Chatterton, gen. sir James Charles, 
LL.D., K.H., O.C.B., 3 hart. (1801) ; b. 
1794 ; mr. dr. (rf.) of James Atkinson, 
Lendale^t'ork : served in the Peninsula 
and at Waterloo, knight of San Fer- 
nando of Spain, a gentleman of the 
Srivy chamber, m.p. Cork city 1849-52, 
ep.-lieut. Cork and high sherifi* in 
1861, pro^'incial grandmaster of the 
freemasons in Munster, col. 6 royal 
Irish lancers 1868-68, col. 4 dragoon 
guards from 1868. 

United Service ; Castle Mahon, Cork ; 
30 Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Chatterton, dow.-lady. Georgina, dr. 
of rev. Lascelles Iremonger ; m. 1. sir 
Abraham Chatterton, 2 hart. : 2. Ed- 
ward Heneage Dering, ex-lieut.-col. 
Coldstream guards {%. of prebendary 
Edward Dering, Plucklev, Kent). 
Fmchden, Tenterdefij Kent. 

Chaworth, baron ; vide Meath. 

Chaytor, sir WilHam, 3 bart. (1831) 
b. 1837 ; m. dr. of col. Van Strauben- 
zee, Spenithome, TJorks., and niece of 
2nd baron Wrottesley : ex-capt. 1 Dur- 
ham militia, sub-inspector of mctories at 
Darlington. 

Sefaftofi Lodge, Middleham, Bedale; 
Clervaux Castle, Vurham, 

Chaytor, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of 
J. W. Sndth, Northallerton ; m. as his 
second wife, sir William Bichard Chaytor, 
2 bart. Mtddlekam, Bedale. 

Cheape, general sir John, E.E., g.c.b. ; 
b. 1792; m. 1. dr. of J. C. Plowden 
(divorced) : 2. dr. of W. Plowden (di- 
vorc^) : distinguished in the Sikh war, 
commanded the forces in Burmah 1853- 
67, ex-aide-de-camp to the Queen, col.- 
commandant royal (Bengal) engineers. 
Oriental; Old Park, Whittcell, 
Isle of Wight. 

Cheape, hon. mrs. Anne Charlotte, dr. 
of 8 vise. Arbuthnott; b. 1813; m. 
Alexander Cheape (bro. and heir pres. 
of George Clerk Cheape, of Strathyrum, 



St. Andrew's) b. 1803, dep.-lieut- of 
Fife. Lathofcar, Fife. 
Cheape, hon. mrs. Jean, dr. of 8 vise. 
Arbuthnott ; b. 1807 ; m. James Cheape 
(rf.), commander royal navy. 
Cheetham, right rev. bp. Henry, D.D., 
s. of W. Cneetham, Nottingham; b. 
1827; m. dr. {d.) of Richard Eaton, 
Ashover, Derbvshire: m.a. Cantab., 
curate of Sa^on Walden 1866-68, 
rector of Quomden, Derbyshire, 1868- 
70, bp. of Sierra Leone 1870-73. 
Chelmiford, 1 baron (1858) Frederick 
Thesiger, p.c. ; b. 17^ ; m. dr. of W. 
Tinling, Southampton ; called to the 
bar at Gray*s Inn 1818, King's counsel 
1834, solicitor-general 1844-46, attorney- 
general 1845-46, and in 1852, m.p. 
Abingdon 1844-52, Stamford 1852-68, 
lord chancellor 1858-59, 1866-68, when 
he was superseded by lord Cairns. 
Carlton ; 7 Faton Square, 
Chelsea, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Cado- 
an). Albert Edward George Henry 
Jadogan ; b. 1866. 
Cherry, lieut-gen. Peter Thomas: 
served in the Coorg campaign of 1834. 
Madras cavalry. 
Chesham, 2 baron (1868). "William 
George Cavendish; b. 1816; m. dr. of 
rt. hon. Wm. Saunders Lascelles : ex- 
lieut. 10 light dragoons, m.p. Bucks 
1867-63, capt. 2 Derby militia 1855- 
69. 

Brooks* ; Zatimers^ Chesham, Bucks ; 
17 Grosvenor Street, W. 
Cheater, 31 bp. of (1541). rt. rev. Wil- 
liam Jacobson, d.d.. s. of "W. Jacobson, 
Great Yaiinouth; b. 1805; m. dr. of 
. Dawson Turner, Great Yarmouth : m.a. 
Oxon., vice principal of Magdalen hall, 
Oxford, 1832-48, public orator of the 
university 1842-48, regius professor of 
divinity, and canon of Christchureh 
1848-65, bp. of Chester (4600/.) from 
1866. AthewBum; The Palace, Chester, 
Chester, dean of (1000^.) ; vide J. S. 

Howson. 
Chester, archdeacon of (2002.) ; vide 

£. R. Johnson. 
Chesterfield, 8 earl of (1628). Geoive 
Philip Stanhope ; b. 1822 ; m. dr. of Wil- 
liam Roche : 2nd tit. baron Stanhope : 
ex-lieut. 29 ft. 

Carramore, Bathlackan, Ballina, 
Chesterfield, dow.-coimte^ of. Anne, 
dr. of I baron Forestor; b. 1802; m. 



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6 earl of Chesterfield, master of the 
buckhounds. 

15 mil Streety Berkeley Square; 
Bretbu Hall, Burton-on-Trent ; Qed- 
Unffy ybttitiffham. 
Chetwode, col. sir George, 6 bart (1700) 
b. 1823; m. dr. of Michael T. Bass, 
M.p. : ex-lieut.-col. 8 hussars, served in 
the Crimea, and India. 

Chetwodty Bucks ; Oakley ^ Mucele^ 
stone, Staffordshire. 

^Chetwynd, 6 vise. (1717). Richard 
Walter Chetwynd; b. 1800; m. 1. dr. 
of Robert Moss, and niece of bp. ' Moss 
of Oxford ; 2. dr. of John Hussev, Lyme 
Regis, Dorset: ex-lieut. Oxiordsnire 
yeomanry. 

Carltofi ; Forest Sail, Sussex ; Mar^ 
poole, JExmouth. 

Chetwynd, sir George, 4 bart (1795) 
b. 1849; m. lady Florence, dr. of 2 
marq. of Anglesey, and widow of last 

. marq. of Hastings : 

Carlton ; Gretidon Hall, Atherstone, 
Warwick; 6a Cork Street, Bond Street, 

Jr. 

Chetwynd, hon. Charles Comwallis, s. 
of 6 vise. Chetwynd ; b. 1834 : m. dr. 
of W. H. Bhiauw, Beechlands, Uekfield : 
ex-capt. 10 ft., adjutant 1 Sussex rifle 
volunteers from 1866. 

ChetW3md, hon. Edward George, s. of 
6 vise. Chetwynd: b. 1839; capt. 61 
ft. 

Chetwynd, hon. Henry Weyland, s. of 
6 vise. Chetwynd ; b. 1829 ; m. dr. of 
Duncan Davidson, of Tulloch : ex-capt. 
royal navy. 

Chetwynd, hon. Richard Walter, eld. 
8. of 6 vise. Chetwynd ; b. 1823 ; m. dr. 
of Walter Campbell, Sunderland: ex- 
lieut. 14 dragoons, dep.-lieut. of Staf- 
fordshire. 
25 Ehaston Plaee, Kensington, S. W. 

Chetwynd, hon. Mary Anne, dr. of 5 
vise. Chetwynd ; b. 1802. 

113 Fark Street, Grosvenor Square, 
W. 

Chetwynd, lady Florence, b. 1842 ; 
vide sir George Chetwynd. 

Chevigny, hon. mrs. Julia de, dr. of 14 
baron Teynham ; m. le chevalier Bres- 
sand de Chevignv (rf.). 

Chewton, vise ^eld. s. of earl of Wal- 
d^rave). 

Chewton, dow. -viscountess. Fanny, 
dr. of capt. John Bastard, royal navy, 



Sharpham, Devon; m. vise. Chewton 
j|fatherof9 earl WaJdegrave), capt. Scots 
lusilier guards : a bedchamber woman to 
the Queen from 18.55. 

50 Wilton Crescent; Bookham 
Lodge, Cobham, Surrey. 
Chichester, 3 earl of (1801). Heniy 
Thomas Pelham ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. {d^ 
of 6 carl of Cardigan ; 2nd tit. baron 
Pelham: firat church estates commis- 
missioner (1200/.) from 1850, lord-lieut. 
of Sussex from i860. 

United Service; Stanmer Park, 
Lewes. 
Chioheater, 71 bp. of (1071). rt. rev. 
Richard Dumford, s. of Richard Dum- 
ford, rector of Goodworth Clatford, 
Hants ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. of rev. canon 
Keate, headmaster of Eton : m.a. Oxon., 
rector of Middleton, Lancashire, 1836, 
archdeacon of Manchester 1867, canon 
of Manchester 1868, bp. of Chichester 
(4200/.) from* 1870. 

Atheneeum ; The Palace, Chichister: 
Freetnan's Hotel, 9 Suffolk Street, FaU 
Mall. 
Chichester, dean of (940/.) ; vide W. F. 

Hook. 
Chichester, archdeacon of (200/.) ; vick 

J. E. Garbett. 
Chichester, sii- Arthui-, 8 bart. (1641) 
b. 1822; m. dr. of John Nicholetts, 
South Petherton, Devon : dep.-lieut. of 
Devon, ex-capt. 7 hussai-s, major 8. 
Devonshire nfle volunteers 1860-72, 
lieut.-col. north Devon yeomanry from 
1862, lieut.-col. commandant from 1867. 
Arthur* s ; Youhtou, Barnstaple^ 
Devon. 
Chichester, sir Alexander Palmer Bruce, 
2 bart. a840) b. 1842; m. dr. of T. 
Chamberlayne, Cranbury»park, Hants: 
high sheriit* of Devonshire m 1858, lieut. 
royal north Devon yeomanry from 1868. 
Arlington Court, Barnstaple. 
Chichester, very rev. lord Edward, s. 
of 2 marq. of Donegal ; b. 1799 ; m. dr. 
of Henry Deane Grady, The Lodge, 
Limerick : dean of Raphoe from 1832, 
chaplain to the viceroy of Lreland fix)m 
1853. 
Chichester, lord Stephen Algernon, s. 
of 2 marq. of Donegal; b. 1814; m. 
Alphonsine Louise de Narbonne. 
Chichester, hon. Arthur Henry, eld. 
8. of 2 baron Templemore; b. 1854: 
Ueut. Wexford militia. 
Chichester, coL hon. Augustus Creoige, 



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8. of 1 baron Templemore ; b. 1822 ; m. 
dr. of W. Townsend, and widow of maj. 
"W. Macdonald, 77 ft. : lieut.-col. h. p. 
16 ft 

Ohiehester, hon. Francis Algernon, s. 
of 1 banm Templemore ; b. 1^ ; m. dr. 
{d.)f of George Dixon : ex-lieut. Bengal 
cavalry, ex-capt. 94 ft., ex-capt. 7 hues. 

Chichester, ladv Hamilton, dr. ot 
Henry James Blake, and sib. of baron 
Wallscourt ; m. lord Hamilton Chiches- 
ter (d.). 

Ohichester, lady John, dr. of Henry 
Bevan ; m. lord John Lndford Chiches- 
ter (rf.), M.p. Belfast 1845-52. 

7 St, George's Place, Hyde Park 
Comer, S.TF,; Cafnbridge Hohsc, 
Twickenham. 

Chichester, dow. -lady. Caroline, dr. of 
T. Thistlethwayte, Southwick-park, 
Hants; m. 1. sir John Palmer Bruce 
Chichester, m.p. 1 bart. ; 2. major-gen. 
Btudholme Hodgson (grandson of field 
marshal Studhomie Hodgson). 

Chichester, lady. Mary, dr. of sir Thomas 

Hugh Constable, 1 bart. ; m. cousin, 

lieut.-col. sir Charles Chichester, k.s.f., 

81 ft. (rf.), cousin of 1 bart. 

5 Ovington Gardens, Brompton, S. IF, 

CWId, sir Smith, 1 bart. (1865) b. 1808; 
m. dr. and heir of Richard Clarke Hill, 
Stallington-hall, Stafford : dep.-lieut. of 
Staffordshire, and high sheriff in 1865, 
M.p. (c.) Staffordshire north 1851-59, 
Stafibrdshire west 1868-74. 

Carltoft; Stallington Hall, Stone, 
Staffordshire. 

Childers, rt. hon. Hugh Culling Eardlev, 
P.C., s. of rev. Eardlev Childers ; b. 1827; 
m. dr. of G. A. "Walker, Norton, Wor- 
cester: commissioner of customs in 
Victoria 1856-57, civil lord of the admi- 
ralty 1864-65, financial secretar}' to the 
treasury 1865-66, first lord of the admi- 
ralty 1868-71, agent-gen. for Victoria 
1860-64, chancellor of the duchy of 
Lancaster 1872-73, m.p. (l.) Pontefract 
from 1860, chairman of the great western 
railway of Canada fipom 1874. 
Reform ; 17 Princess Gardens. 

China, bp. of (1872). rt. rev. William 
Armstrong Russell, d.d., b. of Marcus 
Carew Russell: missionary bishop of 
north China from 1872. 

Chippendall, col. Edward, r.B.: served 
at the sie^ of Mooltan, and in the 
Crimea, kmght of the legion of honour, 



and of the Medjidie, commanded 17 ft. 
in the Hazara campaign, aide-d^-carap 
to the Queen from 1872, heut.-col. 19 ft. 

Choiseul, marchioness de. hon. Sophia, 
dr. of 3 vise. Southwell ; b. 1803 ; m. 1& 
marq. de Choiseul Beaupr^. 

Chclmeley, sir Hugh Arthur, 8 bart 
(1806) b. 1839; m. Edith, dr. of sir 
Robert Rowley, 4 bart. : ex-lieut. grena- 
dier guards, m.p. (l.) Grantham from 
1868. 

Brooks' ; Boston Hall, Grantham / 
Xorton Place^ Market Rosen, Lincoln / 
10 Upper Belgrave Street, S. W. 

Chclmeley, lady Georgina, dr. of 8 duke 
of St. Albans ; b. 1809 ; m. sir Montagu 
John Cholmeley, 2 bart. {d.), m.p. north 
Lincolnshire 1847-73. 
10 Uppei' Belgrave Street, S. W. 

Cholmley, sir George, 7 bart. (1641) ^ 
b. 1782; m. 1. dr. of rev. Charles Con- 
stable, Wassand, Yorks ; 2. dr. ofThomas 
Leavens : calletl to the bar at Lincoln's- 
inn 1810, dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire, m.p. 
(as sir George Strickland) Yorkshire in 
1831, western division of Yorkshire 
1832-41, Preston 1841-57. 

Boynton Hall, Bridlington ; Hildm^ 
ley Hall, Malton, Yorkshire; 124 
Piccadilly. 

Chclmcndeley, 3 maro. of (1815). Wil- 
liam Henry Hugh Cholmondeley ; b. 
1800 ; m. dr. of rt. hon. Charles Arbuth- 
not ; 2nd tit. earl of Rocksavage : joint 
hereditary great chamberlain of mgland, 
dep.-lieut. of Hants, m.p. Hants south 
1862-57. 

Carlton ; CJtolmondeley Castle, Nant- 
wxeh, Cheshire ; The Priory, St. 
Helenas, Ryde ; 3 Clifton Place^ Sussex 
Square, TF. 

Cholmondeley, dow.-march. of. Susan, 
dr. of 6 duke of Beaufort ; b. 1804 ; m. 

2 marq. of Cholmondeley, p.c. 
Cholmondeley, lord Henry Vere, s. of 

3 marq. of Cholmondeley ; b. 1834 ; m. 
dr. of col. hon. George Augustus Spencer. 

Cholmondeley, lady Marcia Susan, dr. 

of 3 marq. Cholmondeley ; b. 1831. 
Cholmondeley, lady Susan Marian, b. 

1856; lady Marcia Charlotte, b. 1860; 

lady Mabel, b. 1863 ; Indy Eva Harriet, 

b. 1869, drs. of earl of Rocksavage. 
Cholmondeley, hon. and rev. Henry 

Pitt, s. of 1 baron Delamere ; b. 1820 ; 

m. hon. Mary, dr. of 1 baron Leigh; 

M.A. Oxon., rector, irom 1852, of Broad' 

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{mi.) 

Ch o lm ond el e y, hon. Hiu^li, eld. s. of 2 
banm Delamere ; b. 1870. 

Gliobnondelej, hon. Thomas Grenville, 
i. of 1 baron Delamere ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. 
of sir Tatton Sykea, 4 bart. : dep.-lieut. 
of Cheehire, lieut.-col. 1 Cheshire militia 
from 1852, ex-capt. 43 ft. 
Carlton ; Aboofs Mosty Noncieh. 

Gholmondeley, hon. Sybil, dr. of 2 
baron Delamere ; b. 1871. 

fauittehiirch, N. Z. 1 bp. of (1856). 
rt rer. Henry John Chitty Harper, d.d., 
i. of Tristram Harper, Goeport ; b. 1807 ; 
m. dr. of J. Woolridge: m.a. Oxon., 
chaplain to Eton college 1830-40, rector 
of btratfield Mortimer, Beading, 1840- 
66, bp., from 1856, of Chriatchurrh, 
Canterbury, New Zealand (600/.) 

Ghriftchnrc^ Oxford, dean of; vide H. 
G. liddell. 

Chziitian, Alfred, c.m.o. 

Christian, Schleswig-Hoktein, K.O., 
lieat.-gen., h.r.h.,8. of Duke Christian 
of S.-H., by coimteM Danneskiold- 
Samaoe; b. ^1 Jan. 1822; m. h.r.h. 
princess Helena (b. May, 1846) high 
steward of Windsor : Frogmore^ Wind' 
mr. 

ChxiftiaiL, rt hon. Jonathan, p.c. 
(IreL), t. of George Christian, solicitor, 
Dublin ; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of T. E. 
Thomas, Newton-park, Dublin: M.a. 
Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1834, 
queen's counsel 1846, seijeant 1851, 
soludtor-gen. for Ireland 1856-57, justice 
of the common pleas 1858-67} lord just. 
of am>^ (4000/.) from 1867. 

Vnuyn ; 35 Merrion Square, Dublin ; 
iWiT Court, BratjyDubUn. 

Chziitia, maj.-gen. Samuel Tolfrev, 
C.B. ; served in the Burmese war, in the 
Indian mutiny, and in the Oude cam- 
paign. 

Chziitie, mai.-gen. Henry Paget, B.A. : 
retired on nilTpay as col. 

Chxiitie, hon. mrs. Charlotte, sis. of 
13 vise. Motmtgarret; b. 1820; m. 
John Stedman Christie. 
Newton Souse, Lanark, 

Qxittie, William Langham, s. of Lans- 
ham Christie, Preston D^ery, high 
Aenff of Northants in 1861 ; b. 1830; 
m. dr. and co-heirese of col. Augustus 
Saltren, Tapeley-parl^ Devon: m.a. 
Cantab., ex-capL Northamptonshire 



militia, dep.-lieut. of Sussex, m.p. (c.) 
from 1874. Carlton ; Glyml^ume^ 
ZetceSy Sussex. 

Cliriftifon, sir Robert, m.d., ll.d., 
D.c.h.j 1 bart. (1871), s. of Alexander 
Christison^ professor of Latin in Edin- 
burgh umversity ; b. 1797 ; m. dr. (rf.) 
of David Brown, Greenknowe, Linlith- 
gowshire: professor of medical jurispru- 
dence in Edinburgh university 1822-32, 
twice president of the royal college of 
physicians, Edinburgh, ex-president of 
the royal society of Edinburgh, dep.- 
lieut. Midlothian, ca^t. university nfle 
volunteers, physician m ordinary to the 
Queen in Scotland, assessor in court of 
the university of Edinburgh from 1859, 
professor of materia med^ in the imi- 
versitv from 1832. 
40 Moray Place, Edinburgh. 

Chiiroh, lady Elizabeth, dr. of sir B. 
Wilmot, bart., and sis. of dow.-oountess 
of Kenmare; m. lieut.-col. sir Richard 
Chimih, C.B., O.C.H., k.c.f.m. {d.), 

Chnroli, dean Richard William : m.a. 
Oxon., rector of Whatley, Frome, 
1853-71, dean of St. Paul's from 1871, 
chaplain to bp. of Salisbury. 
The Leaner g, St. FauTs, E.C. 

Churchill, 2 baron (1815). Francis 
George Spencer, d.c.l. ; b. 1802; m. 
dr. of 2 marq. of Con3mgham (she has 
been a lady of the bedchamber to the 
Queen from 1854) : dep.-lieut. Oxon., 
attach^ at Vienna and Lisbon 1823-28, 
ranger of, Wychwood forest, lieut.-ool. 
commandant Oxfordshireyeomanry from 
1857. Travellers' ; West Lavxngton 
House, J)eviaes, Wilts; 5 Fury Street^ 
St. Jameses. 

Chnrohill, lord Alfred Spencer, a. of 
5 duke of Marlborough ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. 
of 4 baron Calthorpe; m.p. Woodstock 
1845-47, 1857-65. ex-lieut. 4 light drag., 
lieut.-col. Oxforoshire yeomanry from 
1860. Brooks', Travellen^ ; 16 But* 
land Gate, Knightsbridge, S.W.; St. 
Helen's Cottage, Sandhurst, Berks. 

Clfarohill, lord Edward Spencer, s. of 
5 duke of Marlborough ; b. 1853 ; m. 
Augusta, dr. of maj. Warburton and lady 
Nortliwick : lieut. Isle of Wight artillery 
militia from 1872. 
28 Orosvenor Street, W,. 

Chnrohill, lord Randolph Spencer, s. 
of 5 duke of Marlborough ; b. 1849 : M.A. 
Oxon., M.p. (c.) Woodstock from 1874. 

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Glmreliill, lady Alan Kosamond, dr. of 
Thomas Bowker, Huntingdon hall, 
Yorkshire: m. 1. lord Alan Churchill; 
2. ^Ufred Henrv Caulfield (s. of St. 
George F. Caumeld, Donaraon Castle, 
Boscommon, by sis. of lord Crofton), b. 
1834. 
13 Rutland Oate, S. W. 

' Churchill, lady Rosamond Jane, b. 
1851 ; lady Anne Emilv, b. 1854; lady 
Georgina Elizabeth, b. 1860; ladv 
Frances Louisa, b. 1870; lady Sarah 

Isabella, b. 1865 ; bdy , b. 1873, 

drs. of 6 duke of Marlborough. 

Ohnrohill, Henry Adrian, c.b. : attach^ 
at Teheran 1852, consul at Bosnia 1856, 
in Moldavia 1858, consul-gen. at Algiers 
1863-67, political agent at Zanzibar 
1867-73, knight of the Medjidie. 

Ghnrston, 2 baron (1858). John Yarde- 
Buller ; b. 1846 ; m. dr. of baroness de 
Grey and adm. sir Hastings Yelverton : 
ex-capt. Scots fusilier guards. 

Guard8% Oarltoti; Lupton Houae^ 
Torquay. 

Chute, lieut-ffen. sir Trevor, K.C.B., s. 
of Francis Chute, Chute Hall, Kerry ; 
b. 1816; m.dr. of 8. Browning, Auckland : 
served in the Indian mutiny, conunanded 
the forces in New Zeahind 1865-70, col. 
22 ft. from 1873. 

Army and Navy ; Eytnofity Brack' 
nelly Berks. 

Chute, hon. mrs. Rose, dr. of 3 baron 
Ventry ; b. 1830 ; m. Richard Chute {d.) 
of Chute Hall, Tralee, Kerrj-. 

Clanbraflgil, baron ; vitU Roden. 

Clancarty, 4. earl of (1803). Richard 
Somerset French; b. 1834; m. dr. of 
2 marq. of Bristol; sits as vise. Clan- 
carty (1823); 2nd tit. vise. Dunlo: 
M.A. Cantab., marq. of Huesden in the 
Netherlands, lieut.-col. commandant 
Galway militia force 1865. 

National ; Garbally Barky Ballina- 
sloCy Galicay. 

Clandeboye, vise. (eld. s. of earl 'of 
Dufferin). Archibald Temple Hamilton 
Blackwood; b. 1863. 

{Clanmcrrii, 4 baron (1800). John 
Charles Robert Bingham ; b. 1826 ; m. 
dr. of Burton Persse, Moydore castle, 
Galway; ex.-lieut. rifle brigade, dep.- 
lieut. of Msyo. 

Ncwbrooky BallyglatSy Mayo; Sea- 
mount, Oaltray. 



Clanmorrii, dow. -baroness. Maria, dr. 
of Robert Persse, Roxborough, Galway ; 
m. 3 baron Clanmorris. 

Clanrioarde, 2 marq. of (1825). Hubert 
de Burgh Canning; b. 1832; sits as 
baron Somerhill (1826) ; 2nd tit. vigc. 
Burke : second secretary at Turin 1862- 
63, M.p. rL.) Galway 1867-71. 

Travellers* ; Bortumna Castley GaU 
toay. 

Clanrioarde, dow. •marchioness of. 
Harriet, only sis. of earl Canning (ex- 
tinct) ; b. 1804 ; m. 1 marq. of Clanri- 
carde, k.p., p.c. 
17 Straitott Street, Biccadilly. 

Clauwilliam, 8 earl of (1776). Richard 
Charles Francis Meade, d.c.l., o.c.h. ; 
b. 1795 ; m. dr. {d.) of 11 eari of Pem- 
broke ; sits as baron Clanwilliam (1828) ; 
2nd tit. baron Gilford: under-sec. of 
state for foreign affaira in 1822, envoy 
extraordinar\' to Prussia 1823-27. 

Carlton; * GUI Hall, Dromore^ 
Down; Deal CastUy Deal; 32 Belgrave 
Square, 

Claremont, major-gen. Edward Stop- 
fbrd, C.B. : ex.-capt. royal Canadian 
rifles, served as assistant commissioner 
at the headquarters of the French army 
in the Crimea, and in the Italian cam- 
paign of 1859, commander of the legion 
of honour, knight of the Medjidie, a 
groom of the pri%T chamber from 1862, 
militarv attach^ at Paris 1855-71. 

4 Gloucester Street, Belgrare Boad^ 
S.W. 

Clarendon, 5 earl of (1776). Edward 
Hyde Villiers; b. 1846 ; 2nd tit. baron 
Hyde : m.a. Cantab., m.p. Brecon 1869- 
70*, capt. Herts yeomanry from 1872. 

White's'; The Grove, Watford^ 
Herts; Hindon, Wilts. 

Clarges, lady. Anna Maria, dr. of sir 
Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, 2 hart. ; 
m. lieut.-gen. sir Rich^ Goddard 
Hare-Clarges, k.c.b. (rf.), col. 12 ft. 
Bastbrook Souse, Taunton. 

§Clarina, 4 baron (1800). col. Eyre 
Challonor Massey; b. 1830: served in 
the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidie, lieut.-coU 
h.p. 97 ft. 
Carlton ; Blm Bark, Limerick, 

Clarina, dow. -baroness. Susan Eliza* 
beth, dr. of Hugh Barton, Straflkn^ 
Kildare; m. 3 baron Clarina,.an Irish 
representative peer.^^ , 

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Clark, sir John Forbes, 2 bart. (1837) 
8. of sir James Clark, m.d., k.c.b. ; b. 
1821 ; m. dr. of sir Thomas Coltmam 
justice of the common pleas; attache 
at YieimA 1844, Paris 1846, Brussels 
1852, Turin 1852-65. 

38 Cornwall Gardens^ QueerCt Gate, 
South Xensirtfftoit ; Tilly protiic, TaV' 
land, Abcrdecfishire. 

Clark, archdeacon Greorge, m.a. Oxon., 
prebendary of Hereford, archdeacon and 

. prebendary of St. David's from 1864, 
examining chaplain to bp. Jones of St. 
David's fix)m 1874 (rf. 14 Dec. 1874). 
Bobeiton- Wath^, Narberth, 

Clarke, rev. sir Charles, 2 bart. (1881) 
s. of sir Charles Clarke, m.d., phy- 
sician to Queen Adelaide ; b. 1812 ; m. 
dr. of Henry Alexander : b.a. Cantab., 
rector of Hanwell 1847-64. 

Worlingham HalLBecclea, Suffolk; 
Wiggington Lodge^ Tamworth. 

Clarke, sir Philip Haughton, 11 bart. 
(1617) b. 1819. 

Oakhili, Ea»t Bamet ; Aldwich 
Place J Bognor ; Shirland^ Notts. 

Clarke, col. sir Andrew, k.b., c.b. 
K.c.x.o. ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of C. Mac- 
kilsop: employed on special service in 
New Zeakmd 1848, surveyor-^n. of 
Victoria and minister for pubhc lands 
1853-57, commanded the roval en^eers 
of the eastern and midland distncts in 
England 1858-63, director of engineer- 
ing and architectural works to the navy 
1864-73, governor of the Straits settle- 
ments (6000/.) from 1873. 
Singapore. 

Clarke, sir Kobert Bowcher, ll.d., 
C.B., s. of R. B. Clarke, Eldridge, Bar- 
badoes ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of J. Spooner : 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1827. solicitor-gen. of Barbados 1837-41, 

' chief-justice of St. Lucia 1849-59, chief- 
justice of Barbados 1842-74. 
Bridgetowfi, Barbados. 

Clarke, lieut.-col. Alexander Ross, 
K.B., C.B. : ordnance survey, Southamp- 
ton. 

Clarke, gen. Augustus. Madras in 
fSantiy. 

Clarke, major-gen. Geoi^ Calvert, s. 
of J. Calvert Clarke ; b. 1811 : served 
in the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honoiu', and of the Medjidie, Ueut.-col. 
h. p. 2 dragoons. 



Clarke, major-gen. John, s. of Ralph 
Clarke, Meadow Lodge, Edinburgh ; b. 
1810; m. dr. of rev. Charles Browne, 
rector of Whitstone, Exeter : formerly 
in the Bengal infantrv. 

The Dingkf Sgdfftham Hill. 

Clarke, John Creemer, s. of Robert 
Clarke, St. Giles's, Dorset ; b. 1821 ; m, 
dr. of John Joyce, Timberscombe, 
Somerset : mayor of Abingdon in 1870, 
a merchant m Abingdon, m.p. (l.) 
Abingdon from 1874. 

jyaste Courts Abittgdon, Berks, 

Claughton, bp. ; i^ide Rochester. 

Claughton, rt. rev. Piera Caveley, bro. 
of bp. of Rochester ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of 
Heniy- Clarke: m.a. Oxon., rector of 
Elton, Huntingdon, 1845-59, bp. of St. 
Helena 1859-67, of Colombo 1867-70, 
archdeacon of London from 1871, canon 
of St. Paul's (666/.) from 1871. 

Oxford atid Cambridge,; Residentiary 
Houses, St. Faursj E.C. ; 2 Northwick 
Terrace, St. John's Wood. 

Claughton, hon. mrs. Julia, b. 1818 ; 
vide bp. of Rochester. 

Clavering, sir Henry Augustus, 11 
bart. (1661) ; b. 1825 ; m. Christina, dr. 
of Andrew Alexander, ll.d. : com- 
mander royal navv. 
Axwell Parky Gateshead. 

Clay, sir William Dickason, 2 bart. 
(1841) ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. of Leo Schuster: 
M.A. Oxon. 

Atheuteum ; Fultcell Lodge, l\cick- 
enham ; 9 Lowndes Square, S. W. 

Clayton, sir William Robert, 6 bart 
(1731) b. 1842; m. dr. of Edward Mac- 
kenzie, Fawley Court, Henley-on- 
Thames: M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of 
Bucks, Carmarthen, Norfolk and Surrey, 
governor of Christ's hospital, and of St. 
Thomas's hospital, Loudon, ex.-capt. 
Bucks militia. 

Harden Park, Godstone, Surrey; 
Harleyford, Great Marlow ; White 
Hall, Watton, Norfolk. 

Clayton, lady Isabel, dr. of 3 marq. of 
Headfort; b. 1852; m. lieut.-col. Fitz- 
roy Augustus Clavton (s. of rev. Au- 
gustus Cla3rton, oro. of 6 bart.) b. 
1830, ex.-capt. grenadier guards, served 
in the Crimea. 

Clayton, hon. mrs. Victoria Alexan- 
drina, dr. of baroness Windsor; b. 1839 ; 
m. rev. Edward Ffarington Clayton, 

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M.A. Cantab., rector from 1867 of XtK^ I 
loiCy Salop (290/.) i 

Cleasby, sir Anthony, s. of Stephen! 
Cleaseby, Cornwall Terrace, B^gent's i 
Park; b. 1805; m. dr. of late Walter I 
Fawkes, Famley Hall, Yorkshire, m.p. : i 
M.A. Cantab., called to the bar at the i 
Inner Temple 1831, queen's counsel 
1861, baron of the Excnequer (5000/.) ! 
from 1868. 

Garltofty AthcniBum ; 4 Park Street, 
Westminster; The Ledgers, War' 
lingham^ Croydon. 

Cleeve, Frederick, CBi : ex. -cashier of 
Greenwich hospital, paymaster royal 
navy. 

Cleaveland, major-gen. Frederick Dar- 
ley, R.A. : served on the north coast of 
Spain 1837-39, retired on full pay as 
lieut.-col. 

Clements, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 

Leitrim). 
Clements, baron ; vide Leitrim. 
Clements, hon. Charles Skeffington, s. 

of 2 earl of Leitrim ; b. 1807 ; ex.-capt. 

in the army, assistant poor-law com- 
missioner in L^land 1838-46, m.p. 

Leitrim 1847-52. 
44 Groevenor Street, W,; Mortimer 

House, Reading. 
Clements, hon. mrs. Francis, dr. of sir 

William Vemer, bart- ; m. hon. and rev. 

canon Francis Nathaniel Clements {d.), 

canon of Durham. 
Clements, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 2 earl 

of Leitrim ; Dom 1815. 
44 Grosvenor Street, W. ; Mortimer 

Hottse, Heading, 
Clements, lady Winifred, dr. of 2 earl 

of Leicester; b. 1851; m. Bobert 

Clements (s. of hon. and rev. Francis 

Clements). 
Clemens, lient.-^n. Clement : formerly 

in the Madras mfantry. 
4 St. Stephefi's Crescent, Westboume 

Park. 
Clerk, sir George Douglas, 8 bart. 

(1679), nephew of John Clerk, q.c. ; 

b. 1852: ex.-lieut. Edinburgh militia, 

lieut. 2 life guards. 
Penicnick House, Midlothian. 
Clerk, sir Geoige Russell, k.c.b., 

O.C.8.I., s. of John Clerk, Brownham 

house, Gloucester; b. 1801; m. widow 

of col. Stewart: ente/ed the Bengal 

civil service 1816. political resident at 
UmbaUah 1831-38, govemor-geneml's 



agent for the Punjab 1840-42^ lieut.- 
gov. of north-west provinces m 1842, 
governor of Bombay 1842-47, 1860-61, 
under-secretary to the board of control- 
England 1856-58, under-secretary of 
state for Lidia 1858-60, a member of 
the Indian coimcil from 1863. 

Oarltoft, Athciiteum; Whitchurch, 
Hants. 

Clerk, malor-een. Henry, F.K.R., R.A. : 
retired on fiul pay as col. 
3 Hobart Place, Eaton Square, 8. W. 

Clerk, dow.-lady. Jane, dr. of m^jop- 

fen. Mercer Henderson, c.b. ; m. sip 
ames Clerk, 7 bart. (s. of rt. hon. air 
George Clerk, d.c.l., m.p.). Cliftxm^ 

Clerke, sir William Henry, 10 bart. 
(1660) b. 1822; m. dr. of Bobert Goe- 
ling, Botleys park, Surrey : dep.-lieut. 
of Flintshire, a principal clerk in the 
treasur}^ (1250/.). 

Carltott; 15 South Eaton Place^ 
Eaton Square ; Mertyn Hall, Flint. 

Clerke, archdeacon Charles Can*, D.D., 
s. of rev. sir William Clerke, 8 bart. ; 
b. 1799; m. dr. of William Henry 
Ashurst, Waterstock, Oxon: m.a. 
Oxon., rhaplain to bp. of Oxford, canon 
and sub-dean of Christ Church, Oxford 
a250/.) from 1845, archdeacon of Ox- 
ford from 1830, rector of Milton, Abing^ 
don, Berks (600/.) from 1836. 

Clermont, 1 baron (1852). Thomas 
Fortescue ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of 1 marq. 
of Ormonde; sits as baron Clermtfnt 
(1866): dep.-lieut. of Louth, m.p. 
Louth 1840-41, a member of the senate 
of Queen's university in Ireland. 

Brooks\ Traveller »' ; Eavensdale 
Park, Flurrybridge, Louth; 31 Hill 
Street, Berkeley Square. 

Cleveland, 4 duke of (1833). Harry 
George Powlett, k.q. ; b. 1803 ;~m. lady 
Dalmeny, dr. of 4 earl of Stanhope; 
2nd tit. earl of Darlington : m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-Ueut. of Durham, secretary of 
legation at Stockhobn in 1839, m.p. 
Durham south 1841-59, Hastings 1859- 
64. 

Reform; Baby Castle, Darlington; 
Battle Abbey, Sussex; 17 St. Jatnes^s 
Square. 

Cleveland, dow. -duchess of. Caroline, 
dr. of 1 earl of Lonsdale ; b. 1792 ; m. 
3 duke of Cleveland. 

69 Brook Street; Osterley, Brent' 
ford, Middlesex. ^ , 

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Cleveland, gen. John Wheler : served 
in the first Bunnese war. Madras in- 
fantry. 
Cleveland, archdeacon of (York) (200?. ) ; 

vide W. Hey. 
Clifden, 4 vise. (1781). Henry George 
' Agar-EUis; b. 1863; sits as baron 
Mendip (1794) and Dover (1831). 

Ihver Borne, IFhitehall, S.W. ; 
Ringtcood, Kilkenny; Haidenby HousCy 
Nwthants, 
Clifden, viscountess. Eliza Horatia, dr. 
of F. C. W. Seymour ; b. 1833 ; m. 3 
vise. Clifden : a lady of the bedchamber 
to the Queen 1867-72, an extra lady of 
the bedchamber from 1872. 

Dover House, JFhitehall; Dover 
Bouse, Moehampton. 
CniiEBrd of Chudleigh, 9 baron (1672). 
Charles Hugh Cfifford; b. 1819; m. 
dr. of 11 bauron Petre : a count of the 
holy Roman empire, dep.-lieut. of 
Devon. 

Vgbroohe Farh, ChudUighy Devon; 
Court Mouse, Cannington, Sotneraet. 
Clifibrd, admiral sir Augustus William 
James, c.b., 1 bart. (1838) b. 1788; 
m. sis. (d.) of 4 maiq. Townshend : 
served in tne expedition to Egypt in 
1807, M.p. Dungarvan in 1820, Buidon 
in 1831, gentleman usher of the black 
rod from 1832. 

Westjield Bouse, Ryde ; South Court, 
Westminster Palace, 
CliiEord, sir Charles, s. of G. Lambart 
Clifford (bro. of sir T. H. Clifford- 
Constable, 1 bart.) ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of 
John Hercy, Crutchfield house, Berks : 
educated at Stonyhurst, speaker of the 
house of representatives in New Zealand 
1853-60. 

Reform, Stafford; Campden Borne, 
Broadway, Worcestershire, 
ClifGnrd, col. hon. Henry Hugh, v. c, 
C.B., 8. of 8 baron Clifford ; b. 1826; m. 
dr. of Joseph Anstice, Madeley Wood, 
Salop : ex-capt. rifle brigade, served in 
the Kaffir war 1852-53, in the Crimea 
as aide-de-camp to gen. BuUer, and 
also as dep.-assistant quartermaster gen. 
on the staff of the lignt division, assist- 
ant Quartermaster-^en. in the Chinese 
expedition 1857, knight of the legion of 
honour, assistant quartermaster-gen. at 
the horse guards 1868-70, assistant adju- 
tont-gen. at the horse guards from 18/3. 
33 Redeliffe Gardens. 



Clifford, hon. Lewis Henry Hugh, eld. 
s. of baron Clifford ; b. 18ol : m.a. Lon- 
don university. 

Cliiford, hon. and rt. rev. Walter 
Charles, d.d., s. of baron Clifford; b. 
1830 : bp. (R.C.), from 1857, of Clifton, 
Bristol, 

Clifford, hon. Walter Hugh Ignatius, 
s. of 9 baron Clifford ; b. 1862. 

Clifford, hon. and rt rev. William 
Joseph, D.D., s. of 8 baron Clifford ; b. 
1823 : a bishop in the church of Bome. 

Clifford, hon. William Hugh, s. of 9 
baron Clifford ; b. 1858. 

Clifford, hon. mrs. Charles, dr. of 
Marmaduke Hagrerstone- Constable - 
Maxwell, and sis. oi 11 baron Henries ; 
b. 1800; m. hon. Charles Thomas Clif- 
ford (d.), high sheriff of lincolnshire 
in 1844. 
24 Thurloe Square, Kensington, 

Cliflbrd, hon. Bertha Mary, b. 1848 ; 
hon. Mary Lucy, b. 1849 ; hon. Edith 
Teresa, b. 1855 ; hon. Cecilia, b. 1860 ; 
hon. Emma Mary, b. 1862, drs. of 9 
baron Clifford. 

Clifford, Charles Cavendish, s. of adm. 
sir A. Cliflbrd, 1 bart. ;. b. 1821 : B.A. 
Oxon, and fellow All Souls, called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1846. pri- 
vate secretary to vise. Palmerston 1850- 
57, M.p. (L.) Isle of Wight 1857-65, 
Newport, Isle of Wight, from 1870. 

Brooks', Travellers* ; Westjield^ 
Ryde ; South Court, Westminster 
Palace, 

Clifford, maj.-gen. Miller, r.a. : served 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, 
retired on full pay as col. 

Clifford, vice-adm. William John Ca^ 
vendish, c.b., eld. s. of sir Augustus W. 
J. Clifford, 1 bart. ; b. 1814 : served in 
Borneo, and in the Baltic. 
South Court, Westminster Palace, 

Clifton, baron (eld. s. of earl of Dam- 
ley). Edward Henry Stuart Bligh; 
b. 1851 : dep.-lieut. of Kent. 

Clifton, lady Bertha Selgarde, *dr. of 
2 marq. of Hastings (ext.) ; b. 1835 ; 
m. capt. Augustus Wykehouse Clifton 
(s. of T. Clifton, of Clifton), b. 1829, ex- 
capt. rifle brigade. Army and Navy, 

Clifton, lady Eleanor, sis. of 8 earl of 
Lonsdale; b. 1822; m. John Talbot 
Clifton, b. 1819, m.a, Oxon, ex-lieut. 
1 life guards, dep.-lieut. of Lancaster, 
and high sheriff in 18^3, m.p. north 

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THE UPPER TEX THOUSAND. 



Lancashire 1844-47, col. 1 Lancashiro 
militia. 

Carlton. Whitens ; Clifton Hall and 
Lytham Mall, Freston ; Catmosa Houae^ 
Oakham. 
Clifton, dow.-lady. Geraldine, dr. of col. 
O'Meara, k.s.p. ; m. sir Robert Jukes- 
Clifton, 9 bart. (ext.), m.p. Nottingham 
1861-65. 

Clifton Sall^ Nottingham, 

Clifton, maj.-gen. Thomas Henry, s. of 
Thomas Clifton^ of Clifton; b. 1820: 
served in the Cnmea as aide-de-camp to 
the duke of Cambridge, knight of tlie 
Medjidie, retired on full pay as raaj. 
unattached. 
24 Fark Street^ Groavenor Square, 

Clifton, Thomas Henry, s. of J. Talbot 

Clifton, of Clifton, by sis. of 3 earl of 

^Lonsdale; b. 184o; m. dr. of sir 

Andrew Agnew, 8 bart. : m.p. (c.) nort^ 

Lancashire from 1874. 

Carlton ; Clifton Kail and Lytham 
Hall, Preston, 

Clinton, 20 baron, (1299). CharlesHenry 
RoUeTrefusis; b. 1834; m. dr. (</.) of 
sir John Stuart Forbes, bart.: m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Devon, m.p. north 
Devon 1867-68. imder-secrotary of state 
for India 1867-68, lieut. -col. north Devon 
yeomanry from 1867, chairman of the 
endowed schools commission fhmi 1874. 
Carlton ; Trcfunis Castle^ Falmouth ; 
Heanton Satchnille, Beaford, Devon; 
14 Chapel Street, Fark Lane. 

Clinton, lord Albert Sidney Pelham, s. 

of 6 duke of Newcastle ; b. 1845 ; m. dr. 

of capt. Edward Stotherd, 60 ft. 
Clinton, lord Charles Pelham, s. of 4 

duke of Newcastle ; b. 1813 ; m. dr. of 

William Grant, of Con^alton: m.a. 

Oxon.,ex-capt. 1 life guards, m.p. Sand- 

wch 1862-67. 
Clinton, lord Edward William Pelham, 

8. of 6 duke of Newcastle ; b. 1836 ; m. 

dr. of sir William Hartopp, 3 bart.: 

dep.-lieut. of Notts, m.p. Notts north 

1866-68, maj. rifle brigade. 
Army and Navy ; 66 Warwick 

Square, S, IF. 

Clinton, lord Francis Henry Hope, s. 

of 6 duke of Newcastle ; b. 1866. 
Clinton, lord Thomas Charles felham, 

8. of 4 duke of Newcastle ; b. 1813 ; m. 

dr. of Francis Grattan (she obtained a 



judicial separation in 1865) : m.a. Oxon.^ 
ex-lieut.-col. in 1 life guards. 

St. Stephen's ; 13 Marlborough Siil^ 
St, JohnU Wood, 

Clinton, lady Charlotte ; b. 1812 ; dr. 
of 4 duke or Newcastle. 

26 Ebury Street, Eaton Squre ^ 
Ranby Hill, Fabtcorth, East Bet ford. 

Clinton, lady Beatrice, b. 1862 ; lady 
Emilv Augusta, b. 1863 ; lady Florence 
Josephine, b. 1868, drs. of 6 duke of 
Newcastle. 

Clinton, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. and co- 
heir of 2 baron Montagu (ext.); b. 
1807 ; m. col. Frederick Clinton (s. of 
gen. sir William Clinton, g.c.b.), b. 
1804. 

Clive, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Powis). 

Clive, lieut. -col. lion. Geoiiep Herbert 
Windsor, s. of baroness Windsor; b. 
1835 : ex-capt. coldstream guards, dep.- 
lieut. of Worcestershire, m.p. (c.) Lud- 
low from 1860. 

Oakley Fark, Ludloiv, Salop; 53 
Grosvenor Street, W, 

Clive, hon. Georgina ; b. 1853 ; hon. 
Henrietta Lucy, b. 1855 ; hon. Mary 
Agnes, b. 18^, sisters of 13 baron 
Windsor, 

Clive, lady Katherine Elizabeth, dr. of 
7 earl of Denbigh ; b. 1842 ; m. Charles 
Meysey Bolton Clive (nephew of late 
Edward Bolton CUve, m.p.), b. 1842. 

Whit field, Hereford; 17 South Eaton 
Flace, Eaton Squ^ire, 

Clive, lady Mary Selina, dr. of 2 earl of 
Bradford; b. 1829; m. hon. Bobert 
Clive (rf.), M.p. Ludlow, father of 13 
baron Wmdsor. 
63 Growenor Street, W. 

Clive, George, s. of late Edward Bolton 
Clive, M.p. (cousin of 2 earl of Powis) ; 
b. 1806 ; m. dr. of sir Thomas Farquhar, 
bart.: m.a. Oxon., called to the bar 
1830, under-secretarv of home depart- 
ment 1869-62, judge of Southwark 
county court 1847-57, recorder of Wo- 
kingham 1867-70, M.p. (l.) Hereford 
1867-71, and from 1874. 

Reform, Travellers' ; Ferristone 
Court, Ross, Hereford; 13 Mansfield 
Street, Fortland Flace, 

Clo^t^, gen. sir Abraham Josias, K.H., 
K.C.B.. 8. of P. H. Cloet^, member of 
council at the Cape ; b. 1794 ; m. dr. of 
Thomas Louis, of Cidlpdcn, and grand- 
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91 



dr. of sir Thomas Louis, bnrt. : de^. 
quartennaster-^^en. at the Cape 1840-4o, 
commander of the forces in the Wind- 
ward and Leeward islands 1855-61, col. 
19 ft. from 1861. 

United Service ; 30 Gloucester Flace^ 
Hyde Park, W. 

*§Cloxibrock, 3 baron (1790). Robert 
Dillon; b, 1807; m. dr. (rf.) of 1 baron 
Churchill: m.a. Oxon.. dep.-lieut. of 
Galway, capt. Oxfordsnire veomaniy 
1843-48, lord-lieat. of Gul way from 1874. 
Travellers' ; Cloi^rock^ Ahascrag^ 
Galway, 

Clonenrry, 4 baron (1831). Valentine 
Lawless ; b. 1840 : maj. Kildare militia 
1866-73, dep.-Ueut. of Kildare; and high 
sheriff in 1867. 

White's; Lyons Castle j Kildare; 
Abingtony Limerick. 

CloneoRy, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, 
dr. of John Kinvan, of Castle Hackett, 
Galway ; m. 3 boron Cloncurry. 

gtClonmell, 4 earl of (1793). John 
Henry Reginald Scott; b. 1839; 2nd 
tit. baron Earlsfort : ex-lieut. 1 life 
guards. 

Carlton; Bishop* s Court, Straffan^ 
Kildare; 3 St, Jatnes's Place, St, 
James's Street, S. IF. 

Clonmore, baron (eld. s. of earl of 
Wicklow). 

ClOfe, Maxwell Charles, s. of col. 
liaxwell Close, high sheriff of Armagh ; 
b. 1827 ; m. dr. of Henry Samuel Close, 
Newtown Park, Dublin: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Armagh, and high sheriff 
in 1854, M.p. (c.) Armagh co. 1857-64^ 
and from 1874. 
Carlton ; J)rufn6anagher, Xewry, 

Close, very rev. dean Francis, d.d. : 
rector of Cheltenham 1826-56, perpetual 
curate of St. Mary, Carlisle, 1865-68, 
dean of Carlisle from 1856. 
The Deanery, Carlisle, 

Clowes, hon. mrs. Adelaide ; b. 1841 ; 
tide Samuel William Clowes, m.p. 

Clowes, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dr. of 
3 baron Clanmorris'; b. 1837; m. St. 
John Legh Clowes (s. of W. Clowes, 
barri8ter-at-law),b. 1820. 
Toncorth, Batctry, Notts. 

Clowes, Samuel William, s. of col. W. 
L. Oowes ; b. 1821 ; m. 1. dr. of sir R. 
Sutton, hart.; 2. hon. Adelaide, dr. of 
2 baron Waterpark : m.a. Oxon., ex- 
lieut.-ooL 3 dragoons, ex-capt. Notts 



yeomanry, m.p. (c.) Leicestershire north 
from 1868. 

Carlton, Brooks', Arthur's ; Wood' 
house Eaves, Loughborough ; 6 Park 
Street, Grosvenor Square, 

Coats, sir Peter, s. of James Coats, 
Paisley ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. of lieut. Daniel 
HcKenzie: educated at Glasgow uni- 
versity, a thread manufacturer at Pais- 
ley. 
'Woodside, Paisley, 

Cobbett, John Morgan, s. of W. Cobbett, 
M.p. Oldham 1832-45; b. 1800; m. dr. 
of J. Fielden, m.p. : called to the bar 
at Lincoln's inn 1830, ex-chairman of 
Sussex quarter sessions, m.p. (c.) Old- 
ham 1852-65, and from 1872. 

Skeynes, Edenbridge ; 4 Hare Court y 
Tcinple, B.C. 

Cobbold, John Patteson, s. of J. Cheval- 
lier Cobbold, m.p. ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of rev. 
John George Dupuis, vice-provost of Eton 
College : partner in Bacon, Cobbold and 
Co.. bankers, Ipswich, m.p. (c.) Ips- 
wicn from 1874. 
The Cliff, Ipswich, 

Cochrane, baron (eld. a. of carl of Dun- 
donald). Douglas MacKinnon Baillie 
Hamilton Cochrane; b. 1852: lieut. 2 
life guards. 
l2Qtteen's Gate, South Kensington. 

Cochrane, rear-adm. hon. Arthur Auck^ 
land Leopold, c.b., s. of 10 earl of Dun- 
donald ; o. 1824 : granted a " good ser- 
vice pension " in 1868, superintendent 
of Sheemess dockyard 1869-73, com- 
mander-in-chief in the PaciJSc from 
1873. 

Cochrane, hon. Eirnest Grey Lambton, 
s. of 10 earl of Dundonald ; b. 1834 ; m. 
1. dr. of major Blackall, governor of 
Sierra Leone ; 2. dr. of Richard Doherty, 
Redcastle, Donegal; ex-capt. royal navy, 

Cochrane, hon. Horatio Bernard, a. of 
10 earl of Dundonald ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. 
of Alexander Nicholson, and widow of 
George J. Carnegie (nephew of 7 earl 
ofNorthesk). 

Cochrane, hon. Thomas Horatio Arthur, 
s. of 11 earl of Dundonald ; b. 1857. 

Cochrane, lady Alice Laura, b. 1849 ; 
lady Elizabeth Mar}', b. 1854; lady 
Esther Rose, b. 1856, drs. of 11 earl of 
Dundonald. 

Cochrane, lady. Rosetta, dr. of sir Jonah 
D. Wheler-Cuffe, 1 hart. ; m. adm. sir 
Thomas Cochrane, o.c.B. (d,) grs. of ft* 
earl of Dundonald. 

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THE UPPEB TEN THOUSAXD. 



Coohrane, sir James, s. of Thomas 
Cochrane, speaker of the house of 
assembly, Nova Scotia ; b. 1790 ; m. dr. 
(d.) of col. William Haly : called to the 
bar at the Imier Temple 1829, chief- 
justice of Gibraltar (1,000/.) from 1841. 
Thatched House ; Gibraltar. 

Cochrane, Alexander Dondas Ross W. 
Baillie, s. of adm. sir Thomas Cochrane, 
K.c.B. ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of Andrew R. 
Drummond, of Cadlands : m.a. Cantab, 
dep.-lieut. of "Haddington and Lanark- 
shires, M.P. (c.) Bridport 1841-46, 
1847-62, Lanarkshire in 1857, Honiton 
1869-68, Isle of Wight from 1870. 

Carlton, BoodW 8 ; Lamington, Big^ 
gar, Lanarkshire, 

Coekbnm, rt hon. sir Alexander James 
Edmund, o.cjb., p.c, 10 bart. (1627) 
b. 1802 : LL.B. Cantab., called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple 1829. oueen's 
ooimsel 1841, solicitor-general 1860-61, 
attorney-general 1861-62, 1862-66, re- 
corder of Bristol 1864-66^ m.p. South- 
ampton 1847-66, chief justice of the 
common pleas 1866-69, of the queen's 
bench from 1869, the arbitrator on be- 
half of Great Britain at Geneva under 
the Wa8hin^:t(m treaty respecting the 
Alabama chums in 1871. 
Brooke ; 40 Hertford Street, May- 

Cookbnrn, sir Edward Cludde, 7 bart 
(1628) b. 1834; m. dr. of Robert K. 
Elliott, Harwood Park, Roxburgh : ex- 
capt. 11 hussars, high sheriff of Here- 
fordshire in 1866. 
Fennoxtone, Moss, Herefordshire. 

CkMkbnm, dow.-lady. , Anne, dr. of 
rev. Francis Coke, Lower Moor, Here- 
ford : m. sir William Sarsfield ttossiter 
Cookoum, 6 bart. 
JDownton, Kington, Herefordshire. 

Cockbnm, dow.-lady. Emma, dr. of 
col. Pearce, Hutleyhall, Cambridgeshire ; 
m. 1. very rev. sir William Cockbum, 
9 bart., dean of York ; 2. rev. Thomas 
William Whale, m.a. Cantab., rector of 
Bolton, Crediton, Devon, fh>m 1863 
(600/0, principal of the proprietary col- 
lege, Bath. 

Cockbnm, major-gen. Charles Yansit- 
tart, K.A. : retircS on full pay as col. 

16 Southtoiek Crescent, Hyde Park, 
W. 

Cookie, sir James, f.r.s., s. of J. 
Cockle, Great OakleVj Essex ; b. 1820 ; 
m. dr. of Henry Wiltm : m.a. Cantab., 



called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1846,chief-justice of Queensland (1,600/.) 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

Coeki ; vide Somers-Cocks. 

Cooki, Arthur Herbert, c.B., s, of hon. 
Philip Somers-Cocks ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of 
major-gen . James Eckford, Bengal army : 
formerly in the Ben^ civu service, 
capt. Worcestershire militia 1866-72. 

TFhitboume Court, Sapey Bridge, 
Worcester. 

Codrington, sir (Jerald William Henry, 
5 bart. (1721, imrecognised), s. of sir 
C. W. Codrington, m.p.; b. 1860: a 
ma^strate for Gloucestershire. 

White's; Loddington Park, GloueeS" 
Ur. 

Codrington, sir William, 6 bart. (1721) 
b. 1829 ; m. dr. of Robert Roskell, Park 
House, Fulham. 

Chateau dc la Boullaye, Montfort, 
Brittany. 

Codrington, adm. sir Henry John, 
K.C.B., s. of adm. sir Edward Codring- 
ton, O.C.B.; b. 1808; m. 1. dr. of C. 
Webb Smith (divorcedj ; 2. dr. of Henry 
Cobbe Compton, L}-ndnur8t, and widow 
of adm. Aitchinson, Shrub's Hill, Lynd- 
hurst : served at Navarino, adm. super- 
intendent of Malta dockyard 1868-63, 
naval commander-in-chief at Devon- 

Kort 1863-68, knight of the legion of 
onour, of St. Vladimir, and of the 
Redeemer of Greece. 
112 Eatwt Square, S. JT. 

Codrington, general sir William John, 
O.C.B., s. of adm. sir Edward Codring- 
ton, G.c.B. ; b. 1804; m. dr. of Levi 
Ames, The Hyde, Herts (she has been 
a bedchamber woman to the Queen from 
1866) : commander-in-chief in the 
Crimea 1866-66, commander of the 
legion of honour, grand cross of the 
order of Savoy, m.p. Grantham 1867-69, 
governor of Gibraltar 1869-66, col. 23 
ft. from 1860, member of the metro- 
politan board of works from 1872. 

United Service; 110 Baton Square, 
S.W. 

Codrington, lady Georgina, dr. of 7 
duke of Beaufort ; b. 1817 ; m. sir Chris- 
topher W. Codrington, m.p. (rf.), who 
claimed to be 4 bart. 

Dodin^tofz, Chipping Sodbury, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Codrington, major-gen. Robert: for- 
merly in the Madras infantry*. 

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THE UPPER TEN THOUSAND. 



Codd, rear-adm. Edward ; b. 1804 : 
served in Syria. 

Coey, sir Edward ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. of 

Douglas Cooper, Gateshead: mayor of 

Belfast in 1861, high sheriff of Antrim 

in 1867. 

Fall Mall; JIhter {Belfast); Merville, 

Bdfoit ; Droagh Cottage, Lame, Antrim. 

Coffin, lady. Catherine, dr. of major 
John Shepherd, Madras army ; m. gen. 
sir Isaac Campbell Coffin, h.c.s.i. (</.), 
8. of adm. F. H. Coffin. 

Coffin, vice-adm. Henry Edward, s. of 
major-gen. Coffin, and bro. of adm. J. 
T. Coffin ; b. 1794 ; m. dr. of William 
Cuiry, Southampton : served in Spain, 
AMca, Brazil. Caverahamy Readtng. 

Coffin, adm* John Townsend^ s. of 
major-gen. Coffin, and bro. of vice-adm. 
Henry Coffin ; b. 1792 ; m. dr. of Lachlan 
Donaldson: served in the Mediter- 
ranean. 

Club Chambers, 15 Regent Street, 

Cogan, rt hon. William Henry Ford, 
p.c. (Irel.). 8. of Bryan Cogan, Ath- 
Mrretj Kildare; b. 1823: m. dr. of 
Francis Kyan: m.a. Dublin, called to 
the Irish bar 1845, dep.-lieut. of Wick- 
low, and high sheriff m 1863, m.p. (l.) 
Kildare from 1852. 

Reform; Tinode. Blessinton, Wick- 
low ; Athgarret, Kildare ; 93 Stephen* s 
Green, Dublin. 

Coghill, sir John Jocelyn, 4 bart 
ri778) b. 1826; m. cousin, hon. 
Katiierine, dr. of 3 baron Plunket, and 
grand-dr. of rt. hon. Charles Bushe : ex- 
Uent. 59 ft., dep.-lieut. of Dublin. 

Kildare Street (Dublin) ; Glen Bar- 
rahane. Castle Totcnsend, Cork. 

Coghlan, lient.-gen. sir William, R.A., 
X.C.B., 8. of capt. Jeremiah Coghlan, 
C.B., R.N. ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of capt. 
John Marshall, r.k. : brigade-major 
with the force in the Scinde and Aff- 
ghanistan 1838-40, political resident at 
Aden 1854-63, col.-commandant 21 bri- 
gade royal artillery. 

United Service ; Ramsggte, Kent. 

Coke, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Leicester). 
Thomas William Coke ; b. 1848 : capt. 
Scots fusilier guards. 

CokB, hon. Edward Keppel Wentworth, 
8. of 1 earl of Leicester; b. 1824; m. 
hon. Diana, sis. of 3 vise. Clifden (a 
bedchamber woman to the Princess of 
Wales from 1863) : ex-capt. Scots fusilier 
guuds, dep.-lieut. of Norfolk and of 



Derbyshire, high sheriff of Derbyshire 
in 1859, M.p. Norfolk west 1847-52. 

Brooke, Guards' ; Longford HaU^ 
Brailsford, Derby. 

Coke, hon. Henry John, s. of 1 earl of 
Leicester; b. 1827; m. lady Eittheriney 
dr. of 2 earl of Wilton : secretary to the 
chief secretary of Ireland (mr. Horsman) 
1855-57. 
28 Warwick Square, S, W, 

Coke, hon. Wenman, s. of 2 earl of 
Leicester ; b. 1855. 

Coke, coL hon. Wenman Clarence Wal- 
pole, 8. of 1 earl of Leicester; b. 1828: 
ex-capt. Scots fiisilier guards, served in 
the Crimea, knight of the Mediidie, m.p. 
Norfolk east 1858-65. 
131 Ficcadilly. 

Coke, lady Catherine, b. 1835; vide 
hon. Henry John Coke. 

Coke, lady Mary, b. 1849 ; lady Mil- 
dred, b. 1854, drs. of 2 earl of Leicester. 

Coke, m^'or-gen. John, cb., s. of 
Francis Coke, Lower Moor, Hereford; 
b. 1807 : formerly in the Bengal native 
infantry, dep.-lieut. of Herefordshire. 
Zemore, Eardisley, Hereford. 

Colborne, hon. Edmund, & of 1 baron 
Seaton ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of George Blogg, 
Bucklersbury : m.a. Oxon. 

Colborne, hon. Francis Lionel, s. of 
2 baron Seaton ; b. 1855. 

Colborne, major-gen. hon. Francis, cb., 
8. of 1 baron Seaton ; b. 1822 : served in 
the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honour, assistant - quartermaster - gen. 
at Gibraltar 1856-61, quartermaster-gen« 
at Mauritius 1862-67, adjutant-gen. in 
Scotland 1867-71, commanding the 
troops in China from 1874. 
United Service. 

Colborne, hon. and rev. Graham, s, of 
1 baron Seaton ; b. 1827: M.A.Cantab., 
rector fh)m 1853 T)f Dittisham, Totnes 
(540/.) 

Colborne, hon. James Ulysses Graham, 
8. of 2 baron Seaton ; b. 1863. 

Colborne, major-gen. hon. John, s. of 
1 baron Seaton ; b. 1826 : served in the 
Crimea with 77 ft., ex-major 11 ft. 

Colborne, hon. John Reginald Upton, 
eld. s. of 2 baron Seaton ; b. 1854. 

Colborne, hon. Alethea Elizabeth, b. 
1853; hon. Florence Cordelia, b. 1857; 
hon. Henrietta, b. 1859; hon. Alice 
Constantia, b. 1861; hon. Charlotte 
Annette, b. 1863, drs. of 2 baron Seaton. 

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THE UPPER TEN THOUSAND. 



Golbome, hon. Elizabeth, dr. of 1 baron 
Seaton, b. 1828. 

Colchester, 3 baron (1817). Reginald 
Charles Abbot; b. .1842; m. dr. of 4 
Tiflo. Hawarden : m.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at Lincoln*8 inn 1867. 

Carlton; Kidbrooke^ East Grin- 
stead; 37 Montagu Square, W, 

Colehester, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, 
dr. of 1 baron EUenborough ; b. 1799 ; 
m. adm. 2 baron Colchester, postmaster- 
general. 
37 Montagu Square^ W. 

Colchester, archd. of (Roch.) (600^.) ; 
vide W. B. Ady. 

Cole, vise. (eld. a. of earl of Enniskillen). 
Lowry Egerton Cole ; b. 1845 ; m. dr. of 
Douglas Baird, Closebum, Dumfries: 
ex-ensign rifle brigade. 

22ffans Place, Shane St. ; Hartford 
Grange, Florence Court, Fermanagh. 

Cole, hon. Edward Arthur Cassamajor, 
s. of 3 earl of Enniskillen ; b. 1851 : 
lieut. rifle brigade. 

Cole, ,col. hon. Henry Arthur, s. of 2 
earl of Enniskillen ; b. 1809 : ex-capt. 
12 ft., ex-Ueut.-col. Fei-managh militia, 
M.p. (c.) Enniskillen 1844-61, Fer- 
manogn from 1855. 

Carlton ; 97 Mount Street, Grosvenor 
Square ; Florence Court, Fermanagh. 

Cole, hon. John Lowry, s. of 2 eai'l of 
Enniskillen; b. 1813: dep.-lieut. of 
Fennanagh, m.p. Enniskillen 1859-68. 

Cole, hon. mrs. Mary Letitia, dr. of 1 
baron Congleton; b. 1803; m. 1 lord 
Henry Seymour Moore, father of 3 marq . 
of Drogheda ; 2. Edward Henry Cole 
Id.), 8. of Stephen Cole, by dr. of 12 
earl of Derby. 

Cole, lady Charlotte Jane, b. 1847 ; 
lady Alice Elizabeth, b. 1853; lady 
Jane Evelyn, b. 1855, drs. of 3 earl of 
Enniskillen. 

Cole, coL Arthur Lowry, c.b., s. of 
gen. G^albraith Lowrj* Cole, o.c.b. ; b. 
1817; m. Frances, dr. of rcar-adm. 
Villiers Francis Hatton : ex-licut.-col. 
17 ft., which he commanded at the siege 
of Sebastopol and at the assault on the 
Redan, lought of the Medjidie. 
Cole, Henry, c.b.; b. 1808 : founder of 
the "Globe," officer of the legion of 
honour, tK)mmander of the iron crown 
of Austria, director of South Kensington 
museum and sec. of science and art 
department 1853-73. 



Cole, maj.-gen. John Amber: lieut. - 
coL h. p. 15 foot. 

Cole, Thomas Henry, Q.C., s. of John 
George Cole, m.-a., capt. Cornwall mili- 
tia, by dr. of capt. Crozier, r.m. ; b. 
1816 ; m. dr. of John Stone, barrister : 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1842, queen's counsel 1866, recorder of 
Penzance 1862-72, of Plymouth and 
Devonport from 1872, m.p. *(l.) Penrhyn 
and Falmouth from 1874. 

Reform ; Goldsmith Buildings, Inner 
Temple; 17 Prince of Wales's Terracey 
Kensington Palace, 1r. 

Colebrooke, sir Thomas Edward, ll.d.» 
4 bart. (1759) ; b. 1813; m. dr. of John 
Richardson, Kirklands, Roxburgh : dep.- 
lieut. of I^nark, ex-president of the 
Royal Asiatic society, ex dean of the 
faculties of Glasgow university, m.p. 
(l.) Taunton 1842-52, Lanarkshire 
1857-68, Lanark north from 1868, lord- 
lieut. of Lanarkshire.from 1869. 

Athemcum ; Abington House, Lan^ 
ark ; Ottershaw Park, Chertsey ; 37 
South Street, Grosvenor Square, 

Colenio, bp. ; ride Natal. 

Coleridge, 1 baryn (1878). John Duke 
Coleridge, p.c, s. of rt. hon. sir J. T. 
Coleridge; b. 18^1 ; m. dr. of rev. George 
Turner SejTnour, Farringford hill. Isle 
of Wight : M.A. Oxon., called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple 1847, queen's 
counsel 1861, ex recorder of Portsmouth 
1855-65, solicitor-gen. 1868-71, attorney- 
gen. 1871-73, M.p. (l.) Exeter 1865-73, 
chief justice of the common pleas (7000/.) 
from 1873. Atheiutum ; 1 Sussex 
Square, Hyde Park. 

Coleridge, rt. hon. sir John Tavlor, 
p.c, D.c.L. ; b. 1790 ; m. dr. (A.) of 
rev. Albert Buchanan, vicar of JTorth- 
fleet: m.a. Oxon., called to the bar at 
the Middle Temple 1819, recorder of 
Exeter 1832-35, serjeant at law in 1832, 

i'udge of the court of queen's bench 
835-69. Heath's Court, Ottery St. 
Mary, Devon. 

Coleridge, hon. Bernard John Seymour, 
eld. s. of'l baron Coleridge; b. 1848: 
B.A. Cantab. 

Colleton, sir Robert Augustus William, 
9 bart. (1660) bom 1864 : lieut 96 ft 

Colleton, dow. -lady. Mary, dr. of Wil- 
liam Comins, Witneridge,North Devon ; 
m. sir Robert Augustus Fulford Colle- 
ton, 8 bart., barrackmaster at Butte- 
vant, Cork. 



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Cblleoni, countess, hon. Caroline, dr. 
of vise. KvTinaird; b. 1852; m. count 
Colleoni, llonie. 
CoUey, hon. George Francis, s. of 4 
vise. Harberton; b. 1797; m. dr. of 
very.rev. dean Trench of Kildare : aa- 
fiumed the name of Colley instead of 
Pomeroy, ex-commander royal navy. 
Femey, Stitlorgany Dubtin, 
CoUey, col. George Pomeroy, c.B., s. of 
hon. George Francis Colley; b. 1835: 
employed on the Cape frontier 1859-61, 
ana in the China war of 1860, capt. 
2 ft. 

Collier, rt. hon. sir Robert Porrett, P.c, 
8 of John Collier, m.p. Plymouth 1832- 
41; b. 1817; m. dr. of William Rose, 
Wolston heath, WarMrick : m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1843, queen's coimsel 1854. counsel to 
the admiralty 1859-63, solicitor - gen. 
1863-66, attomev-gen. 1868-71, m.p. 
Plymouth 1802-f 1, judge in the com- 
mon pleas in 1871, a member of the 
judicial committee of the privy council 
(5000/.) from 1871, dep.-lieut. of Devon. 
He/arm; 104 £atott Place, S. W, 

Collier, lady. dr. of Thomas Thistle- 
thwa3rte, Southwick park, Hants; m. 
rear^adm. sir Francis Augustus Collier, 
x.c.H. (d.)y conmiaiider-in-chief on the 
East India station, s. of vice-adm. sir 
George Collier. 

Wickham, Farehant, Sants. 

CoUings, col. John Edward, c.B., s. of 
lieut.-col. Joseph Collings. Guernsey 
militia, and ncnhew of col. sir Wm. 
Collings; b. 1821 : sensed in the Crimea, 
knight of the legion of honour and of 
the Medjidie, lieut.-col. h. p. 33 ft., 
commanding brigade depot at Halifax 
1873-74. 

Collins, Eugene, s. of Daniel Collins, 
Kinsale; b. 1822; m. dr. of Thomas 
Henry Taunton, Grandjpoint, Oxford, 
and niece of mr. justice Taunton : m.p. 
(h.r.) Kinsale from 1874. 

38 Forche$tcr Terrace^ Bayswater, 
W. ; Kinsale, Cork. 

GoUiiisoii, vice-adm. Richard, bro. of 
mai.-gen. Thomas Bernard Collinson; 
b. 1810 : ser\'cd in China, an elder bro. 
of Trinity house, Wee-president of royal 
ge<^rapmcal society. 

The Hat^cn, Eahngy Middlesex, 

CollinsoiL, maj.-gen. Thomas Bernard, 
a.B. : served in New Zealand in 1847, 
retired on full pay as col. 



Colman, Jeremiah James, s. of James 
Colman, Stoke Holy Cross. Norwich ; b. 
1830 ; m. dr. of W. H. Cozene-Hardy, 
Norfolk : sheriff of Norwich 1862-63, 
and mayor 1867-68, a merchant and 
manufacturer in London and Norwich, 
M.p. (l.) Norwich fix)m 1871. 

Jtejorm; Carrow HottWy Norwich; 
Corton House, Lowestoft; 108 Cannon 
Street y B.C. ; Belgrave Mansions, GroS" 
venor Gardens, Eatofi Square, 
Colombo, 8 bp. of (1846). rt. rev. Hugh 
Willoughby JermjTi, d.d., s. of revTG. 
Bilton Jermjm, ll.d. ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. 
of Edward Scudamore, m.d., Canter- 
, burj-: M.A. Cantab., dean of Moray and 
Ross 1851-54, archdeacon of Antigua 
1854-58, rector of NetUecombe 1858-70, 
i-icar of Barking 1870, bp. of Colombo 
(2000/.) from 1871. 

Colombo, Ceylon. 
Colquhoun, sir James, 4 bart. (1786) 
b. 1844 : head of the clan Colquhoun, 
B.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Dumbarton. 

JRossdhu, jDumbarton. 
Colquhoun, sir Patrick MacCombaich 
de, LL.D., 8. of James Colquhoun, ll.d., 
consul-gen. of the Hanse to%vn8; b. 
1815 ; m. dr. of M. St. Vitalis : m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1838, queen's counsel 
1868, plenipotentiary for the Hanseatic 
towns at Turkey and Greece 1840-44, 
aulic counsellor of the king of Saxony 
1857, standing counsel to the Saxon 
legation at St. James's, chief justice of 
the Ionian islands 1861-64, knight grand 
cross of the order of the Saviour of 
Greece. 

Atheneeum; 2 King's Bench Walky 
Temple; Z Stratford Place. Oxford 
Street, IF. ; S/tepperton, Middlesex. 
Colquhoun, hidy^ Anne, dr. of W. Cath- 
row.F.R.c.s., Weymouth Street; m. 1. 
sir Robert Gilmour Colquhoun, k.c.b., 
consul-gen. in Egypt ; 2. William Adare 
Atkinson. 

Stratltyarry, Pitlochry, Perthshire. 
Colt, rev. sir Edward Harry Vaughan, 
6 bart. (1692) b. 1808; m. dr. (d.) of 
Francis H. Northen, m.d., Leahouse, 
Stafford : m.a. Oxon., vicar of Hill, Glou- 
cestershire (260/.) fix)m 1839. 

Jfill Vicarage, Thombury, Olouces- 

ter. 

Colthunt, sir George Conway, 5 bart. 

(1744) b. 1824; m. dr. of St. John 

Jefli^ys, Blarney CasUe, Cork: dep.- 



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lieut. of Cork, m.p. (l.) Kinsale 1863- 
74, high sheriff of Cork m 1850. 

Brooks' ; Ardrum, Innisearra, Cork; 
36 Wilton Creseent, Belgrade Square. 

Columbia, 1 bp. of (1859). rt. rev. 
(George Hills, d.d., s. of rear-adm. George 
Hills* b. 1816 ; m. dr. of adm. sir Rich- 
ard King, O.C.B., 2 bart. : perpetual 
curate of St. Nicholas, Tarmouth, 1848- 
59, honorary canon of Norwich, bp. of 
Columbia {mi.) from 1859. 
Victoria, British Cblumbia. 

ColTile, rt. hon. sir James William, 
P.C., s. of Andrew Colvile, Craigflower ; 
b. I6l0 ; m. dr. of sir John Peter Grant : 
M.A. Cantab., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1836, advocate-gen. in 
Calcutta 1845. puisne judge of the su- 

freme court oi ^ngal 1848, chief justice 
855-59, a member of the judicial com- 
mittee of the privy council 1865, a per- 
manent judge of the privy counol com- 
mittee (5,000/.) from 1871, dep.-lieut. of 
Fifeshire. 

Athenaum ; Craigjkncer, Lumferm- 
line ; 8 Butland Oats, Enights fridge, 
W. 
GolTile, coL Fiennes Middleton, cb., 
8. of Frederick Colvile, Barton house, 
Warwick; b. 1832; m. dr. of maj. 
Northcote, Torquay: served in the 
Crimea and in New Zealand 1864-65, 
lieut.-col. 43 ft. 

Colvile, gen. Henry, s. of Robert Col- 
vile, £^ming8ton HalL Suffolk, and 
nephew of sir Charles Colvile ; b. 1795 ; 
m. dr. ((f.) of J. H. Leigh, and sist. of 

1 baron Leigh : col. 12 ft. from 1864. 

United Service; Kempsey Mouse, 
Worcester. 

Colvile, hon. mrs. Katherine Sarah, dr. 
of baroness de Clifford ; b. 1827 ; m. 
Charles Robert Colvile (only s. of sir 
Charles H. Colvile) b. 1815, m.a, 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Derbyshire, lieut.- 
col. commandant Derbysmre yeomanry 
from 1864, M.p. Derbyshire south 1841- 
59, 1866-68. 

Arthur's ; Lullitigton Hall, Burton- 
on-Trent; 27 Eceleston Square, S. W. 

♦fColyille, 11 baron (1604). CharlesJohn 
Colville, p.c, K.T. ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. of 

2 baron Carington : ex-capt. 11 hussars, 
chief equerry to the Queen in 1852, 
1858-59, master of the buckhounds 1866- 
68, lieut.-col. London artillery company 



1859-66, chamberlain to the princess of 
Wales from 1873. 

Carlton; Culross Lodge, West Cowes ; 
42 Eaton Place. 

Colyille, hon. Charles Robert (master 
of Culross), eld. s. of 11 baron Colville ; 
b. 1854. 

Colyille, hon. George, s. of 11 baron 
Colville; b. 1867. 

Colville, hon. Stanley, s. of 11 baron 
Coh-ille; b. 1861. 

Colyille, col. hon. William James,' bro. 
of 11 baron Colville ; b. 1827 ; m. dr. of 
Evan (and lady Georgina) Baillie, of 
Dochfour: ex-maj. rifle brigade, served 
in the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honour and of the Mediidie, treasurer to 
the duke of Edinburgh s household frt>m 
1871, ensign of the yeomen of the guard 
from 1872. 

St. James's Palace, S. W.; 47 Chester 
Square. 

Colyille, hon. Blanche Cecile, dr. of 
11 baron Colville; b. 1857. 

Combermere, 2 vise. (1826). coL Wel- 
lington Henry Stapleton- Cotton; b. 
1818 ; m. dr. (d.) of sir George Sitwell, 
2 bart. : ex-maj. 7 dragoon guards, dep.- 
lieut. of Cheshire, m.p. Carrickfergus 
1847-57. 

Carlton; Combermere Abbey, Nant' 
icich. 

Commerell, capt. sir John Edmund, 
R.N., v.c, K.C.B., s. of J. Commerell, 
Stroud, Horsham ; b. 1829 : served in 
South America, in the Baltic, and on 
the East India and China station, aide- 
de-camp to the Queen from 1871, com- 
manding at the Cape 1869-74, ^room- 
in-waiting to the Queen irom 18 < 4. 

Compton, earl (eld. s. of marq. of 
Northampton). 

Compton, rev. lord Alwyne, s, of 2 
marq. of Northampton ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. 
of rev. Robert (and hon. mrs.) Ander- 
son : M.A. Cantab., hon. canon of Peter- 
borough, rector of Castle Ashby, North- 
ampton (350/.) from 1852, proctor in 
convocation for Peterborough fit)ra 
1869. 

lid Piccadilly; CastU Ashby, North- 
ampton, 

Compton, rear-adm. lord William, s. of 

2 marq. of Northampton ; b. 1818 ; m. 

dr. of admiral hon. sir George Elliot, 

K.c.B. : served in the Chinese war. 

32 RtUland Gate, Knightsbridge. 



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Congdon, m^g.-gen. John H. 6. : for- 
merly in the Madras army. 

Congleton, 2 baron (1841). JohnVesey 
Pamell, b. 1805 ; m. 1. miss Cronin ; 
2. dr. of Ovanneas Moscow; 3. dr. of 
Charles Ormerod, India board. 

Rathle^t^te^ Qtieen*8 eo. ; 63 Great 
Cumberland Flacey Fortman Square^ 
W. 

CoBgreve, sir William Augustus, 3 bart. 
(1812) 8. of the inventor of the "Con- 
greve rockets ;"b. 1826. 

Ck)ngTeYe, hon. mrs. Alice, dr. of 3 
buon Clonbrock ; b. 1845 ; m. cousin 
Ambrose Congreve (s. of John Congreve, 
Mount Congreve), b. 1832,^ex-lieut. 
2 Kfe guards, dep.-lieut. of Waterford, 
and high sheriff in 1871. 

KUdare Street Club, Dublin ; Moutit 
Congreve, Dublin. 

Oongreve, hon. mrs. Louisa, dr. of 2 
baron Clonbrock; b. 1805; m. John 
Congreve (rf.), of Mount Congreve, 
Waterford. ^ 

Gonnaught and Strathearn, h.r.h. 1 
duke of (1874). Prince Arthur William 
Patrick Albert, o.c.m.o., p.c, k.p., 
K.O., b. 1860 ; 2nd tit. earl of Sussex : 
prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, duke of 
Saxony, knight of the Osmanli order, 
and of the black eagle of Prussia, hon. 
coL royal east Kent yeomanry from 
1870, capt. 7 hussars. 

Connolly, mai.-gen. Richard George, 
lUA. : retired on full pay as col.-com- 
mandant. 

Connolly, Thomas, s. of col. K M. 
Connolly, x.p., and cousin of 3 earl of 
Longford ; b. 1823 ; m. dr. of J. Shaw, 
Celbridge, Kildare : m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
Ueut. of Donegal and high sheriff in 
1848, M.p. (c.) Donegal from 1849. 

Carlton, Boodle^ s ; SaekvilU Street 
Club, Dublin; Cliffe Howe, Bally- 
shannon, Donegal ; Castletown, Cel- 
bridge, Kildare. 

Gonroy, sir John, 3 bart (1837) b. 
1846 : M.A. Oxon., capt, Northumber- 
land militia, 1865-73. 

Junior Carlton; ArborJiM, Bead- 
ing ; Llanbrynmair, Montgomery. 
Conroy, ladv Alicia, dr. of 1 earl of 
Bosse ; b. 1816 ; m. sir Edward Ccnroy, 
2 bart. Arborjteld, Beading; Llan^ 
brynmair, Montgomery. 
Conitable, sir Frederick Augustus Tal- 



bot, Clifford-, 3 bart. (1816) b. 1828; 
m. Mary, dr. of William Herry, Scilly 
islands : dep.-lieut. of Torkslure, maj. 
East Yorkshire militia 1853-61. 

Burton Constable, Hull; Wyeliffe 
Hall, Darlington. 

Constable, dow.-lady. Bosina, dr. of 
Charles Brandon ; m. 1. sir Thomas 
Clifford-Constable, 2 bart. ; 2. E. Tre- 
lawny {d.). 

Constaole, lady Mary. dr. of 12 earl of 
Buchan ; b. 1811 ; m. William Bro¥me 
Constable (rf.). 

Wallace Craigie, Forfar. 

Conway, baron (eld. s. of earl of Yar- 
mouth). George Francis Alexander Sey- 
mour; b. 1871. 

Conway, ni^.-^n. Thomas Sydenham, 
c.B. : served m the Seinde and South 
Hahratta campaigns, lieut.-col. half- 
pay grenadier guards. 

100 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Conybeare, mai-geU. Frederick, B.A. : 
retired -on full pay as lieut.-col. royal 
Bombay-artillerv. 

2 Marloee Boad, Cromwell Boad, 
8.W. 

Conyers, 18 baron (1509). Sackville 
George Lane-Fox; b. 1827; m. dr. of 
capt. Beginald Curteis, 1 dragoons : suc- 
ceeded his uncle 7 duke of Leeds in the 
barony of Conyers in 1859, sensed in the 
Crimea, ex-lieut. 87 ft., lieut. east Kent 
yeomanry from 1862. 

Carlton ; Coifs Hotel, Jermyn Street, 
W. 

Conyngham, 2 marq. of (1816). gen. 
Francis Nathaniel Conyngham, p.c, 
O.C.H., K.p. : b. 1797 ; m. dr. of 1 
marq. of Anglesea ; sits as baron Min- 
ster (1821) ; 2nd tit. earl of Mount- 
charles : under-secretary for forei^ 
aflfairs 1823-26, a lord of the treasury m 
1826, postmaster-gen. 1834-35, m.p. 
Done^ 1825-32, lord chamberlain 1835- 
39, Tice-adm. of Ulster, lord-lieut. of 
Meath from 1869. 

5 Hamilton Flace, W. ; Slane Castle, 
Meath; Mounteharles, Donegal; Bi- 
frons, Canterbury. 

Conyngham, lord Francis Nathaniel, s. 
of 2 marq. of Conyngham ; b. 1832 ; m. 
dr. of 1 baron Tredegar; lieut. royal 
navy, ex-lieut. London Irish rifle volun- 
teers, ex-capt Donegal artillery militia, 
M.P. Clare 1857-59, and (u.r.) frt)m 
1874. Army and Navy; 5 Hamilton 
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Gonyngliam, lady Blanche, b. 1856; 
lady Constance Augusta, b. 1869 ; lady 
Jane Seymour, b. 1860 ; lady Elisabetn 
Maud, b. 1862; lady Florence, b. 1866, 
drs. of earl of Mountcharles. 

Goode, sir John, s. of Charles Coode, 
Bodmin ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of William 
Price, Weston-super-Mare : a civil en- 
gineer, chief engineer of Portland break- 
water 1856-72. 

2 Westminster Chambers, Vietcria 
Street, S. W. ; 36 Norfolk Square, Hyde 
Park,W, 

Cooke, sir William Ridley Charles, 7 
hart. (1661) b. 1827; m. 1. dr. of rev. 
Jonathan Trebeck, of Melbourne, Cam- 
bridge (dissolved) ; 2. dr. of sir William 
Henry Feilden, bart. : dep.-lieut. York- 
shire, ex-capt. 1 west York yeomanry, 
ex-lieut. 2 west York yeomanry. 

JFheatley Hall, Ihneaster ; Long's 
Hotel, Bond Street, W. 

Cooke, sir William Fothergill, s. of 
William Cooke, m.d., Durham ; b. 1806 ; 
m. dr. of Joseph Wheatley, Treeton, 
Yorkshire: in the east Indian army 
1826-31, invented the electric telMrapn 
in 1836 along with sir Charles Wheat- 
stone. 
BranJcsea Lodae, Tooting, Surrey. 

Cooke, col. Anthony Charles, K.E., 
C.B., s. of rev. R. Bryan Cooke, rector of 
Wheldrake, Yorkshire; b. 1826: served 
in the Crimea, executive officer, topo- 
^phical branch, war office, command- 
ing royal engineers at Bermuda 1869-73, 
commanding royal engineers at Alder- 
shot from 1873. Bryn Algn, Mold, 

Cooke, lady Mary, dr. of 9 earl of Gal- 
loway; b. 1842; m. Charles Edward 
Cooke (bro. and heir pros, of sir W. R. 
Cooke,7. bart.), b. 1829: b.a. Cantab. 

Cooke, maj.-gen. Charles John, R.A. : 
retired on full pay of col. Madras artil- 
lery. 

Coolce, lady. Katherine, m. 1. nug.-gen. 
sir Henry Frederick Cooke, c.b., k.c.h., 
grandson of (George Cooke, m.p. ; 2. 
Robert Hook (s. of dean Hook of Wor- 
cester). 
47 Charles Street, Berkeley Square. 

Cookworthy, m^.-gen. Colin, ra. : 
served in the Sutlej and Punjab cam- 
paigns, in the Indian mutiny, and in 
the Ronilctmd campaign, retired on ftdl 
pay as col. royal Bengal artillery. 

Coope, Octavius Edward, s. of John 
Coope, Great Cumberland Place, Lon- 



don ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of capt. Fulcher, 
Indian army : dep.-lieut. of Essex, mai. 
Essex rifle volunteers, partner in In^ 
Coope, & Co., brewers, Romford, and 
Burton-on-Trent, m.p. (c.) Great Yar- 
mouth 1847-48, Middlesex from 1874. 

Carlton, City; Boteheits,Brentwoody 
Essex; 41 Upper Brook Street, Oros- 
venor Square, 

Cooper, sir Astley Paston, 8 bart. 
(1821) b. 1824 ; m. dr. of George New- 
ton, Croxton Park, Huntingdon : served 
in the Crimea, ex-capt. rifle brigade, 
ex-capt. 20 Sussex rifle volimteers. 

Arthur's, Windham ; Oadesbridge 
Park, Hemel Hetnpstcad, Herts, 

Cooper, sir Daniet 1 bart (1857) b. 
1821 ; m. dr. of William Hill, Sydney: 
speaker of the legislative assembly of 
New South Wales 1866-60, member of 
the senate of Sydney University. 

Woolahra, Sydntyj Maequarie 
Street, Sydney, NS. W, : 20 Ftme^s 
Gardens, S. W, 

Cooper, sir Charles, b. 1795 ; m. dr. of 
C. B. Newenham : called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1827, first jud|;e of 
South Australia 1839-49, a puisne ]udge 
1849-66, chiefjustice 1866^1. 
Ahberton House, Cheltenham. 

Cooper, sir Henry, M.D., s. of Samnel 
Cooper^Hull ; b. 1807 ; m. cousin (J.), 
dr. of William S. Cooper, Hull: m.d. 
London University, mayor of Hull 1864- 
66, physician to the Hull infirmanr 
1846-74, consulting physician from 1874. 
9 Charlotte Street, Hull. 

Cooper, col. Arthur Sisson, c.b. : serred 
in the Indian mutiny, ex-lieat.-ooL 
33 ft. 

Cooper, lieut-gen. Henry : commanded 
the reserve oattalion 46 ft. in the 
Kaffir war 1846-47, and a wing of that 
regiment in the war 1860-63, col. 79 ft. 
from 1870. 

Cooper, archd. John, B.D., M.A. Can- 
tab., canon of Carlisle, archd. of West- 
moreland from 1864, vicar of Kendal 
(680/.) ftt)m 1868. 

Cooper, dow.-lady. Anne, dr. of col. 
Charles Eemeys Tynte of Halswell 
House, Somerset, m.p. ; m. sir WiUiam 
Henry Cooper, 6 wul. of Gogar. 

Cooper, dow-lady. Elizabeth, dr. of 
William Rickford, M.P. Aylesbury; m. 
sir Astley Fasten Cooper, 2 bart., f.b.8. 
(nephew of sir Astley Cooper, the cele* 
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Coore, hon. mrs, Mary Emily, dr. of 
1 baron Belper; b. 1863; m. Henry 
Mark Gale Coore (nephew of col. Fos- 
ter Lechmere Coore, Firby, York), b. 

Scruton Sally Bedale, Yorkshire. 
Ooote, sir Charles AlffemoD, 4 bart. 

(177^ b. 1847. 
1 KmUworth Soadj Dublifi. 
Coote, sir Charles Henry, 10 bart. 

(1670) b. 1815 : premier Wt. of Ire- 
land, M.A. Dublin, dep.-lieut. of Queen's 

county. 
Carlton; Ballvfiny Queen* t co.; 5 Oon' 

naught Flace, Hyde Birky W. _ 

Coote, rear-adm. Robert, c.B., s. of sir 

Charles Coote, 9 bart. ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. 

of adm. sir W. Parry : commanding the 

fleet at Queenstown from 1873. 
Coote, hon. mrs. Louisa, dr. of 3 baron 

Cremome ; m. Charles Coote. 
BeUamont Forest, OootehiU, damn, 
Coote, lady Louisa, dr. of last earl of 

BeUamont. 
Cope, rev. sir William Henry, 12 bart. 

(1611) b. 1811 : m. 1. dr. of Henry 

Gamett, Green Park, Meath ; 2. dr. of 

R. Jaffiay HautenTiUe, Monkstown, 

Dublin: m.a. Oxon., minor canon of 

Westminster 1842-53. 
Bramshill Fark^ ffartfordbridge, 

Sants. 
Copley, sir Joseph William, 4 bart. 

(1778) b. 1804 ; m. lady Charlotte, dr. 

of 1 earl of Tarborough (she is an extra 

bedchamber woman to the Queen) : 

dep.-lieut. of Cornwall, high sheriff of 

Yorkshire in 1863. 
Travellere'; Spotborough, Doneaster, 

Yorkshire; 6 Clifford Street^ Bona 

Street, 
Copley, ladyCharlotte ; b. 1810 ; vide 

air Joseph W. Copley. 
CorbaUy, hon. mrs. Matilda, dr. of 12 

vise. Gormanstown ; b. — ; m. Mattiiew 

EUas CorbaUy {d.), m.p. Meath 1840- 

1871. 
CorhdlUm Hall, Tara, Meath, 
Corbet, sir Vincent Rowland, 3 bart. 

(1808) b. 1821; m. dr. of adm. hon. 

Charles Orlando Bridgeman: ex-lieut. 

royal horse guards, dep.-lieut. of Salop 

and high sheriff in 1862, capt. north 

Salop yeomanry from 1864. 
Amw and Navy ; Acton Beyrtald' 

hall, Shrewsbury; Moreton Corbet 

Castle^ Salop. 



Corbet, capt. John, r.n., c.b., s. of 
Uvedale Corbet, Aston Hall, Salop ; b. 
1819 ; m. dr. of George Holmes, Brooke, 
Norfolk: aide-de-camp to the Queen 
from 1870. 
Aston Hall, Shiffkal, Shropshire. 

Corbet, dow.-lady, Rachel, dr. .of coL 
John Hill, and sis. of 2 vise. Hill ; b. 
1799 ; m. sir Andrew Vincent Corbet, 2 
bart. 

Corbett, col. Edward, s. of P. Corbett, 
Longnor Hall. Salop, m.p. ; b. 1817 ; m. 
dr. of R. Scholl : a magistrate and dep.- 
lieut. of Salop, ex-lieut. 61 ft., lieut.- 
col. Salop mifitia from 1856, M.P. (c.) 
Shropshire south from 1868. 
Carlton; Lonynor Hall, Shrewsbury, 

Corbett, John, s. of Joseph Corbett, 
Shropshire; b. 1847; m. dr. of John 
O'Meara, Tipperary: a salt manufeo- 
turer at Droitwich, m.p. (l.) Droit- 
wich from 1874. 

Be/orm. Gresham ; Impney Lodge, 
Droitwich; FerdisweU Mall, Wor* 
eester, 

Corbett, hon. mrs. Emily Isabella, dr. 
of 3 baron Sherborne ; b. 1834 ; m. Ed- 
win. Corbett, m.a. Cantab., attach^ at 
Washington, Madrid, Paris, and Copen- 
hagen 1852-55, charge d'affaires at Flo- 
rence 1858-60, secretary of legation at 
Stockhohn 1860-62, at Frankfort 1862- 
65, at Munich 1865-66. chai^ d'affidres 
in Central America 1866-72, consul-gen. 
to Guatemala from 1872. 

Cordet, Thomas, s. of James Jamieson 
Cordes, Brynglas; b. 1826; ex-lieut.- 
coL 3 Monmouth rifle volunteers, dejp.- 
lieut.'' of Monmouthshire, and high 
sheriff in 1871, m.p. (c.) Monmouth 
boroughs firom 1874. 

Carlton ; Brynglas, Newport, JIfon* 
mouth, 

Corfleld, lieut.-gen. Frederick Brook: 
serred in the Punjab campaign 1848-49. 
Bengal infantry. 

Corfleld, Ueut.-gen. William Robert: 
served at the siege of Bhurtpore 1826-26, 
served in the Gwalior and Punjab cam- 
pai^is, in which last he commanded the 
SoBengal native infantr}'. Bengal in- 
fantry* 

Cork and Orrery, 9 earl of (1620). Richard 
Edmund St. Lawrance Boyle, p. c^ k.p.; 
b. 1829 ; m. dr. of 1 marq. of Clanri- 
carde ; sits as baron Boyle (1711) ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Dungarvan : M^. Oxon., mas- 

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ter of the buckhounds 1868-74, m.p. 
(l.) Frome 1854-56, lieut-col. com- 
mandant with Somerset yeomanry from 
1867, dep.-lieut. of Somereet, and lord- 
lieut. from 1864. 

White's; Marston House, Frome, 
Somerset; 1 Grafton Street, Bond 
Street, W, 
Cork, 68 bp. of (630), 63 bp. of Cloyne 
(604), 49 bp. of Eoes (1100). rt. rev. 
John Gregg, d.d., b. of Richard Gregg, 
Cappa, Clare ; b. 1798 ; m. dr. of Robert 
Law, Dublin : m.a. Dublin, n^nuster of 
Trinitv church, Dublin 1839-62, archd. 
of Kildare 1850-62, bp. of Cork from 
1862. 
FcUace, Cork. 

Corker, lady Charlotte, dr. of 2 earl of 
Romney ; b. 1812 ; m. rev. George Wil- 
Uam Corker, m.a. Cantab., chaplain to 
the earl of Romnev, ^^car from 1864 of 
Fenny Stratford, Bucks (118/.). 

Cormack, sir John Rose, m.d., s. of 
rev. John Cormack, d.d., of Stow, Edin- 
burgh; b. 1815; m. dr. of William 
Hine, Hampshire Trelawney, Jamaica : 

• M.D. Edinburgh and Pans, formerly 
physician to tiie Royal infirmary, Edin- 
burgh, physician to the Hertfora British 
hospital in Paris, sur^on to the ambu- 
lance anfflaise at Pans during the war 
of 1870, knight of the legion of honour. 
7 Rue d'Aauesseau, Faris ; Umver' 
sity Club, Edinbvrgh. 

Comewall, rev. sir George Henry, 6 
hart. (1764); b. 1833; m. dr. of Francis 
Bayley, judge of Westminster county 
court, and grand-dr. of rt. hon. sir John 
Bayley, 1 bart. : m.a. Cantab., rector of 
Moccas, Hereford (480/.), from 1S58. 
Moceas Court, Weobly, Hereford. 

Comiih, bp. ; viik Madagascar. 

Cornwall, archd. of (Ex.) (86W.) ; vide 
W. J. Phillpotts. 

Corrigan, sir Dominic John, m.d., 1 
bart. (1866) b. 1802 : m. dr. of^ Wil- 
liam Woodlock, Dublin: m.d. Edin- 
burgh and Dublin, repeatedly elected 
president of the college of physicians, 
Dublin, M.P. (l.) Dublin 1870-74, vice- 
chancellor of Queen' s university, Ireland, 
from 1871, physician to the Queen in 
Ireland. 

Inniscorriffj Dalkey; 4 Merr'wn 
Square, Dublin, 

Corry, vise (eld. s. of earl of Belmore) 
Amar lowry-Corry ; b. 1870. 



Corry, hon. Annar Lowry-, s. of 8 earl 
of Belmore ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of James 
King King, Staunton Park, Hereford: 
ex-capt. ro}-al navy. 
15 Warwick Square, S. JT. 

Corry, hon. Cecil Lowry-, s, of 4 earl 

' ofBehnore; b. 1873. 

Corry, hon. Henry William Lowry-, s. 
of 3 earl of Bebnore ; b. 1845 : m.a. 
Cantab., capt. Coldstream guards, m.p. 
(c.) Tyrone co. from 1873. 

56 Eaton Flaee, S.7F. ; Edward- 
stone HaU, Boxford, Suffolk. 

Corry, lady Florence Elizabeth Lowry-, 
dr. of 3 earl of Behnore ; b. 1842. 
56 Eaton Flace, 8. W, 

Corry, lady Theresa, b. 1862; lady 
Florence, b. 1864 ; lady Madeleine, b. 
1865 ; lady Mary, b. 1867, drs. of 4 earl 
of Belmore. 

Corry, James Porter, s. of Robert C^rry, 
merchant, Belfast; b. 1826; m. dr. of 
William Service, Glasgow : a shipowner 
and merchant at Belfast, m.p. (c.) Bel- 
fast frt>m 1874. 
Dunraven, Belfast. 

Coita, sir Michael, s. of Chevalier Pas- 
cal Costa; b. 1810: a distinguished 
musical composer and conductor, knight 
of the order of Frederick of Wurtem- 
berg, of the Medjidie, and of the order 
of tSie red eagle of Prussia. 

Athenmim; 59 Eccleston Square, 
8.W, 

Coiway, lady, dr. of — Halliday, part- 
ner in the banking-house of Farquhar 
and Co.; m. rirRichard W. Cosway, 
B.N. {d.). 
Brighton. 

Cotei, Charles Cecil, s. of John Cotes, 
M.P., by dr. of 3 earl of Liverpool ; b. 
1846: M.A. Oxon., a magistrate for 
Salop and for Staffordshire, dep.-lieut. 
of Stafibrdshire, ex-capt. South Salop 
yeomamry, m.p. (l.) Shrewsbury from 
1874. 

Brooks*, Refonn; Woodeote HaU, 
Newport, Salop. 
Cotei, lady Louisa, dr. of 8 earl of 
Liverpool (extinct) ; b. 1814 ; m. John 
Cotes, b. 1799, dep.-lieut, of Salon and 
high sheriff in 1826, m.p. Salop North 
1833-34. 

Brooks* ; Woodeote, Ketcport, Salop ; 
Fitchford, Shrewsbury ; 12 Grosrenor 
Street, r. 

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Cottenham, 3 earl of (1850). William 
John Pepys; b. 1825; m. dr. of sir 
Bobert G. Dallas, 2 bart. ; 2nd tit. vise. 
Crowhurst : dep.-lieut. of Surrey, m.a. 
Cantab. 

Brooki^ ; TandHdge Courty Oodstondj 
Surrey ; Ridley Hall, Nantwich, 

Cotter, sir James Lawrence, 4 bart. 
(1763) b. 1828; m. 1. dr. of Frederick 
Loinsworth, k.d., inspector-gen. at Cal- 
cutta ; 2. dr. of W. K. Maughan, Sedg- 
irick House, Middlesex: ex.-lieut. 27 
ft, dep.-lieut. of Tower Hamlets, ex- 
capt. (jlamorgansliire militia, formerly 
one of the corps of gentlemen-at-arms. 

Junior Untied Service; Roekforest, 
MaUoiCy Cork, 

Cotter, coL Gearce Sackville, R.A., c.b., 
8. of Kev. J. Lawrence Cotter, ll.d., 
rector of Buttevant, Cork; b. 1809: 
served in the Indian mutiny, and com- 
manded the Madras artillery at the cap- 
ture of Lucknow, retired on full pay. 

United Service ; Eekbank, Dalkeithy 
Et^nburgh, 

Cotterell, sir Henry Geers, 8 bart. 
(1806) b. 1834; m. dr. of lieut.-gen. sir 
Kichud Airey, o.c.b. : dep.-lieut. of 
Herefordshire and high sheriff in 1865, 
M.p. Herefordshire 1857-59. 

Whites, Brooks' ; OamonSy Eere' 
ford; 22 Belgrave Square. 

Cotterill, rt rev. Henry, d.d., s. of 
rev. canon CotterUl, Blakeney, Norfolk ; 
h, 1812; m. dr. of John Pamther, 
Jamaica: m.a. Cantab., chaplain at 
Madras 1836-50, principal of Brighton 
Collie 1851-61, bp. of Grahamstown, 
Cape, 1861-71, bp. of Edinburgh from 
18t2. 
EdMurgh. 

Cottesloe, 1 baron (1874). Thomas 
Frauds Freemantle, p.c, s. of vice-adm. 
banm sir Thomas Freemantle, o.c.b. ; 
b. 1798; m. dr. of field-marshal sir 
George Nugent, bart. : m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. Bucks, M.p. Buckingham, 1826-46, 
secretary to the treasury 1834-35, 1841- 
44, secretary-at-war 1844-45, chief secre- 
tary for Ireland 1845-46, chairman of 
the board of customs 1847-73, a baron of 
Austria. 

Carlton ; Swanboume, TVimloic, 
Bucks; 20 Baton Flace, Belgrave 
Square. 

Cotton, hon. Richard Southwell Staple- 
ton-, 8. of 2 '\T8c. Combermere ; b. 1849 : 



m. hon. Jane, dr. of 2 baron Methueil: 
capt. Scots fusilier guards. 
Cotton, hon. Robert Wellington Sta- 

Eleton-, eld. s. of 2 vise. Combermere : 
. 1845 ; m. dr. of John Fletcher, Peel 
Hall, Lancashire. 

Cotton, hon. Hester Alice Stapleton-, 
dr. of 2 vise. Combermere ; b. lo51. 

Cotton, lieut.-gen. sir Arthur Thomas, 
K.B., K.C.8.I., cousin of 1 vise. Comber- 
mere, and bro. of lieut.-gen. sir Sydney 
Cotton ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of Thomas Lear- 
mouth, Tasmania : served in the Bur- 
mese war, col. -commandant (Madras) 
engineers. 
Madras. 

Cotton, lieut.-gen. Corbet; b. 1817. 
15 Lowndes Square. 

Cotton, vice.-adm. Francis Vere, & of 
Henry Calveley Cotton, of Woodcot 
House, 0x01)., and cousin of field-marshal 
vise. Combermere; b. 1798: served in 
North America and Jamaica. 

Cotton, maj.-gen. Frederick Conyers, 
C.8.I., 8. of Henry Calvelejr Cotton, and 
cousin of field-marshal vise. Comber- 
mere ; b. 1807 ; m. Mary. dr. of Brooke 
Cunliffe, Erbistock Hall, Derby: for- 
merly in the Madras army. 

Cotton, alderman William James Rich- 
mond, 8. of William Cotton, Stratford- 
le-Bow ; b. 1822 ; m. dr. of Charles 
Pottinger, Sunderland : alderman of 
Lime-street ward from 1866, sheriff of 
London and Middlesex in 1869, a 
magistrate for London, Middlesex, and 
Herts, member •of the London school 
board, from 1873, a governor of Queen 
Anne s bounty, president of the citv of 
London rifie corps, master of the haoer- 
dashers' company in 1874, a partner in 
Culverwell, Brooks, and Co., M.P. (c.) 
London from 1874. 

Hew Citg; Theobalds. Cheshunty 
Herts; 47 St. Mary Axe, B.C. 

Conoh, sir Richard, b. 1817 ; m. dr. of 
Richard T. Beck : called to the bar at 
the Middle Temple 1841, recorder of 
Bedford 1858-62, puisne judge at Bom- 
bay 1862-66. chief justice 1866-70, chief 
justice of tne high court at Calcutta 
(7000/.) fh)m 1870. 
Fort William, Bengal. 

Conlion, hon. mrs. Mary Anne, dr. of 
7 baron Byron ; b. 1817 ; m. John Blen- 
kinsopp Coulson (d.), of Blenkinsopp 
Castle, Northumberland. 



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Oonper, sir George Ebenezer Wilson, 
c.B^2 bart (ISfl), b. 1824; m. dr. of 
gir Henry Every, 9 bart. : entered the 
Bengal civil service 1846, secretary to 
the government of the north-west pro- 
vinces 1858-62, judicial commissioner of 
Oade from 1862. Athenctum. 

Court, Major Heniy, O.8.I., s. of Major 
Henry Court K. A., Castlemans, Berks; 
b. 1822 ; m. Helen, dr. of Dr. Yoss, East 
India company's service : in the Bengal 
civil service 1843-68, ex-commissioner 
at Meerut, ex-oommissioner of revenue 
at Allahabad. 

Covrtenay, bp. ; vide Kingston. 

Covrtenay, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Devon). Edward Baldwin Courtenay, 
b. 1836 ; m. dr. of 1 earl of Fortescue : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Devon, m.p. 
Exeter 1864-68, East Devon 1^-70, 
oapt. South Devon yeomanr}' from 1864. 
Carlton; Zimmer*8 Motel, George 
Street, Hanover Square. 

Oovrtenay, hon. and rev. Charles Les- 
lie. B. of 10 earl of Devon ; b. 1816 ; m. 
lady Caroline, dr. of 2 earl Somers (ex- 
maid of honour to the Queen) : m.a. 
Oxon., ex-prebendary of Exeter, resi- 
dent chaplain to the Queen 1842-49, 
canon of St. George's Chapel, Wind- 
sor, from 1859, vicar of Bovey Tracey, 
Devon (460/.), from 1849. 

Bovei/ Tracey Vicarage, Newton 
Abbott ; Cloisters, Windsor. 

Covrtenay, hon. and rev. Henry Hugh, 
8. of 10 earl of Devon ; b. 1811 ; m. lady 
Anna Maria, sis. of 11 earl of Bothes : 
M.A. Oxon., rector from 1845 of Mam- 
head, Exeter (200/.). 

Courtenay, lady Anna Maria, b. 1815 ; 
vide hon. and rev. Henry Hugh Cour- 
tenay. 

Courtenay, lady Caroline, b. 1817 ; 
videhxm.. and rev. Charles Courtenay. 

Courtenay, lady Evelyn, dr. of 1 earl of 
Cottenham ; b. 1839 ; m. Henry Be^nald 
Courtenay (s. of hon. and rev. Henrj* 
Hugh Courtenay). 

34 Eeeleston Square, S. W. ; Kenton, 
Exeter, 

Courtenay, maj.-gen. Henry Reginald, 
K.A., 8. of rt. hon. Thomas Peregrine 
Courtenay, bro. of 11 earl of Devon ; b. 
1823 : served in the Sutlei and Punjab 
campaigns^ retired on full pay as col. 
Bengal artillery. | 



Conrtown, 5 earl of (1762). James 
George Stojpford, b. 1823 ; m. dr. of 4 
baron Sondes : sits as baron Saltersford 
(1796) : 2nd Ut. vise. Stopford : ex-capt. 
grenadier guards, dep.-lieut. of Wexford 
and high sheriff in 1848. 

Carlton; Courtown House, Gorey, 
Wexford; 71 Eaton Square. 

Contour, coL sir John le, f.b.8., s. of 
lieut.-gen. John le Couteur ; b. 1794 ; 
m. dr. (d.) of Francis Janorin^ Belmont, 
Jersey: served in the American war, 
adi.-gen. of Jersey militia, and militia 
aide-de-camp to the Queen 1853-72, hon. 
col. 4 Jersev militia from 1823, viscount 
or sheriff of Jersey from 1842. 
Bellevue, Jersey. 

CoTontry, 9 earl of (1697). George 
William Coventry, b. 1838 ; m. dr. of 2 
earl of Craven ; ^d tit. vise. Deerhurst : 
dep.-lieut. of Woroe8terBhire,maj. Wor- 
cestershire yeomanry 1861-71. 

Carlton; Coombe Court, Upton; 
Banksfie House, Moreton 'in-thc' 
Marsh, Gloucestershire; 25 Berkeley 
Square, 

CoTontry, hon. Charles, s. of 9 earl of 
Coventry ; b. 1867. 

Coventry, hon. Henry Thomas, s. of 
9 earl of Coventry ; b. 1868. 

CoTontry, hon. Be^^nald William, s. of 
9 earl of Coventry ; b. 1869. 

Coventry, hon. "William James, s. of 
7 earl of Coventr)- ; b. 1797 ; m. dr. of 
James Laing, Jamaica : mai. Worcester- 
shire yeomanry 1861-71, aep.-lieut. of 
Worcestershire. 
EarFs Croome Court, Worcester, 

Coventry, lady Alexina, dr. of 5 earl of 
Fife ; b. 1851 ; m. Aubrey Coventry (s. 
of late hon. Henry Amehus Coventry). 
31 Onshw Gardens, Brompton, S. W, 

Coventry, lady Barbara, b. 1870 ; lady 
Dorothy, b. 1872, drs. of 9 earl of 
Coventry. 

Coventry, lady Evelyn, dr. of 2 earl of 
Craven; b. 1839; m. 1. Geoige John 
Brudenell Bruce; 2. Henry Amelius 
Beauclerk Coventry (s. of late hon. H. A. 
Coventry), ex-capt. grenadier guards. 

Coventry, archd. of (Wore.). 200/. ; 
vide C. W. Holbech. 

Cowan, James, bro. of Charles Cowan, 
M.p. 1847-59; b. 1816; m. dr. of Dun- 
can Cowan, Edinbuigh : a paper maker 



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at Edinburgli, lord provost of Edinburgh 
1872-74, M.p. (lO Edinburgh from 
1874. 

Univenitij (EdinburghJ ; 33 Hoyal 
TerracCy Edinburgh, 

Cowan, lord. John Cowan, s. of Hugh 
Cowan, Ayr; b. 1798 ; m. dr. of Robert 
Macartney, Dublin: k.a. Edinburgh, 
called to the Scotch bar 1822, solicitor- 
general for Scotland in 1851. one of the 
lords of session 1851-74, dep.-lieut. Edin- 
burgh. 4 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. 

Cowan, lady. Sophia, dr. of James 
MuUett, liondon; m. sir John Cowan, 
1 bart. (ext.), lord mayor of London. 

Cowell, Heut-col. sir John Clayton, 
B.B., K.c.B. ; b. 1832; m. dr. of James 
Pulleine, Crake Hall, Yorkshire : served 
in the Crimea as aide-de-camp to lieut.- 
een. sir Harry Jones, knigbt of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 
governor to the duke of Edinburgh 
1856-65, to prince Leopold l865-6i6, 
marter of the Queen's household from 
1866. 

United Service ; Bucking ham Palace. 

Cowen, Joseph, s. of late sir Joseph 
Cowen, M.p. ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of John 
Thompson, Hatfield, Durham : educated 
at Edinburgh imiversity , proprietor of the 
** Newcastle Chronicle, a coal owner and 
fire-brick manufacturer, m.p. (l.) New- 
cakle-on-Tyne from 1874. 
Stella House, Blaydm, Lurham. 

Cowie, bp. ; wde Auckland. 

Cowie, very rev. dean Benjamin Mor- 
gan-B.D. : an inspector of schools 1859- 
727warburtonian lecturer at Lincoln's 
inn 1866, vicar of St. Lawrence Jewir 
1857-73, dean of Manchester from 1872, 
chaplain in ordinary to the Queen 1871 
JDeanery, Manchester, 

Cowley, 1 earl (1857). Henry Richard 
Wellcsley, d.c.l., o.c.b., p.c^ k.o.; 
b. 1804 ; m. dr. of baroness de Bos and 
lord Henry Fitzgerald; 2nd tit. vise. 
Dangan : secretary of legation at Stutt- 
gardt 1832, at 'Constantinople 1838. 
minister pkmpotentiarjr to Switzerland 
1848, to the Germamc confederation 
1851, ambassador to France 1852-67, 
a governor of Wellington college. 

Carlton; Drayeot House, Chippen- 
ham, Wilts; 20 Albetnarle Street, 
Piceadillg. 



Cowper, 7 earl (1718). Francis Thomcs 
de Grey Cow-per, p.c, k.o.; b. 1834: 
m. dr. of lorn William Compton ; 2na 
tit. vise. Fordwich : a prince of the holy 
Roman empire, votes as baron Dingwall 
in Scotland, m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut of 
Kent, capt. of the corps of gentlemen- 
at-arms 1871-73, lieut.-col. 2 Herts rifle 
volunteers from I860, grand cross of the 
order of the Dannebrog, lord-lieut. of 
Beds from 1861. White's, Brooks ; 
Panshanger, Herts ; Battlingoourt^ 
Kent ; 8 Grosvenor Square. 

Cowper, dow.-conntess of, baroness 
Lucas. Anne Florence, dr. and co-heir 
of 1 earl de Grey; b. 1806; m. 6 earl 
Cowper: succeeded her father in 1859 
in the barony. 

4 St. James's Square; Wrestpark^ 
Ampthill, Beds. 

Cowper, sir Charles, k.c.m.g., s. of 
ven. archd. W. Cowper, d.d., New Soutii 
Wales ; b. in Yorksnire 1802 ; secretary 
of the church and school lands corpora- 
tion in New South Wales 1826-33, chief 
secretaxT and premier of New Sou^ 
Wales 1860-71, agent general in Eng- • 
land for New South Wales from 1871, 
was the first introducer of railways into 
that colony. 

3 Westminster Chambers, Victoria 
Street, 8. W. 

Cowper, hon. Charles Spencer, s. of 6 
earl Cowper; b. 1816; m. 1. dr. of 1 
earl of Blessington (ext.) and widow of 
count Alfred d'Orsav; 2. dr. of ool. 
Clinton Maclean, ana grand-dr. of gen. 
Maclean, Newbureh, New York : private 
secretary to the foreign secretary Tvisc. 
Palmerston) 1834-39, secretary of lega- 
tion at Florence and Stockholm 1839-43, 
high sheriff of Norfolk in 1846. 

White's, Travellers' ; 38 Grosvenor 
Gardens, Eaton Square; Corick, Ty- 
rotie. 

Cowper, hon. Henry Frederick, s. of 6 
earl Cowper: b. 1836: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. oi Kent and Herts, capt. 
Herts rifle volunteers, m.p. (l.) Herts 
from 1865. 

Travellers* ; Panshanger, Hertford; 
4 St. James's Square, S. W. 

Cowper-Temple, .rt. hon. William 
Francis, s. of 5 earl Cowper; b. 1811 ; 
m. 1. dr. of D. Gumey ; 2. dr. of adm 
and lady Elizabeth ToQemache: stepson 

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lieut. royal horse guards, a lord of the 
admiralty 1846-52, 18d2-uo, uuder-secre- 
tarj- in the home department in I800, 
president of the board of health 1855- 
57, 1857-58, Wee-president of the coun- 
cil in 1859, commissioner of works 1860- 
66, M.P. (L.) Hertford 1835-68, Hants 
south from 1868. 

Brooks' ; Broadlands^ Romsey, 
Herts ; Brockett Hall, Hatjfield, Herts ; 
15 Great Stanhope Street, W, 

Cox, sir William Saurin, 11 hart. 
(1706) b. 1811 ; m. dr. of maj. MiUer, 
Deny. 

Cox, mm.-ffen. Charles Vyvyan, r.a., 
c.B. ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. of J. L. Farr, 
North Cove Hall, Suffolk : served in the 
Ghvalior, Sutlej, and Punjab campaigns, 
and in the Indian mutiny, retired on 
full pay as col. royal Bengal artiller}'. 

Ctox, gen. Henry Chambers Murray: 
served in Java 1811, in the Mahratta and 
Oude campaigns. Bengal infantry. 

Cox, maj. -gen. John Hamilton, c.B. : 
served m the Indian mutiny as brigade- 
mai. with lord Clyde's force, retired on 
fUlI pay as lieut.-col. 75 ft. 

Cox, coL John William, cb., s. of col. 
sir W. Cox, K.T.8. ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of 
capt. Griflin, royal nav)*: lieut.-col. 
h. p. 13 ft., asaistant-adj.-gen. at Dover 
1865-70, col. on the stafi' in Jamaica 
from 1872. 
Coolcliffe, New Boss, Wexford. 

Cox, mai.-gen. William Hamilton, R.A. : 
retirea on fUU pay as col. 

Cox, dow.-lady. Elizabeth, widow of 
Henry Hone ; sir Hawtrey Cox, 10 hart. 

Coxe, sir James, m.d., s. of Robert 
Cox, Gorgie; b. 1811; m. dr. of Ro- 
bert Cumminfi:, Logie, Moray : fellow of 
the royal college of surgeons, commis- 
sioner of lunacy in Scotlsmd from 1857. 
Thatched House: University, Edin* 
burgh ; Kinellan, Edinburgh. 

Coinrii, lady Emily, dr. of 2 earl of 
Clancarty : 0. 1800 ; m. signor Giovanne 
Cozziris (a.), of Corfti. 

Crmcklow, gen* Henry. Bombay in- 
fimtry. 

Craoroft, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, sis. of 
12 baron Conyers; b. 1832; m. rev. 
Robert Wentworth Cracroft, b.a. Oxon., 
rector from 1850 of Harrington, Spilsbv, 
JAn€oln{ZlOl.). 



Craig, rt. hon. sir William Gibson, p.c, 
2 bart. (1831) b. 1797; m. dr. of John 
Henry Vivian, m.p. ; called to the Scotch 
bar 1820, dep.-lieut. of Midlothian, 
M.p. Midlothian 1837-41, Edinburgh 
1841-52, lord clerk register and keepe> 
of the signet in Scotland (1200/.) from 
1862, a maj. -gen. of the royal bodyguard 
of archers in Scotland. 
Brooks* ; Biccarton, Midlothian. 

Craigie, capt David, R.N., c.B. 

Crampton, sir John Fiennes Twistleton, 
K.C.B., 2bart. (1839) b. 1807; m. dr. (d.) 
ofMichaelBalfe: m. A. Dublin, ex-attach6 
at Turin, St. Petersburgh^ Brussels, 
Berne, and Washington, minister pleni* 
potentiary at Washington 1852-o6, to 
Hanover 1857-58, at St. Petersburgh 
1858-60, at MatUid 1860-69. Travel^ 
lers* ; Lough Brag, Euniskerry, Wick^ 
loiv ; 14 MerrioH Square, Dublin, 

Cranbome, vise. (eld. s. of marq. of 
Salisbury-). James Edward Hubert 
Cecil; b. 1861. 

Cranley, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Onslow). 

Cranley, lady Katherine, viscountess, 
dr. of 1 earl Brownlow ; b. 1822 ; m. 
vise. Cranley (d.), s. of 3 earl of Onslow. 

Cranstoim, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, 
dr. of sir John Henrj- Scale, 1 bart. m-p., 
m. 10 baron Cnmstoim (ext.). 

Duneroft House, 3 Grove End Boad, 
St. John's Wood; Benholm Castle^ 
JitOfitrose. 

Cranstonn, lion. Panline Emily, dr. of 
10 baron Cranstoun. 

Cranftird, James ; vide Ardmillan. 

Crauftird, rear-adm. Frederick Angnstus 
Buchanan, f.r.g.s., s. of John Craufiird, 
of Auchinames, and bro. of Edward H. 
J. Crauftird, m.p. ; b. 1822 : served in 
the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie. 
United Service. 

Cranford, rev. sir George William, 3 
bart. (1781) b. 1797; m. 1. sis. of 1 earl 
of Lovelace ; 2. dr. (d.) of John Hol- 
land, Carrington House, Lincoln : m.a. 
Cantab., vicar of Burgh, Lincoln, 1838- 
62, rector of Scremby, Spilsby (250/.), 
from 1862. 

Burgh Hall, Boston, Lincoln ; Bee^ 
tory, Scremby, Spilsby. 

Cranford, gen. James Robertson : served 
in the Canadian rebellion 1838-42, com- 
manded the brigade of guards in the 



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Crimea, commanded at Dover 1867-61, 
the brigade of gruarda in London 1861-63, 
col. 27 ft. 1864-70, of 91 ft. from 1870. 

36 Prince's Gardens^ South Kensing- 
ton ; Woodend^ Christehurehj Hants. 

OrauftiTd, hon. mrs. laolda Caroline, 
dr. of 4 vise. Gort ; b. 1852 ; Charles 
William Frederick Craufurd (eld. s. of 
rev. sir George W. Craufurd), lieut. 
royal navy. 

Craven, 3 earl of (1801). George Grim- 
gton Craven; b. 1841 ; m. dr. of 7 vise. 
Barrington, m.p. ; 2nd tit. vise. UflSng- 
ton : ex-lieut. Scots fusilier guards. 

Coombe Abbey y Coventry ; Ashdoum 
Fork, Lambourne, Berks; 16 Charles 
Street, Berkeley Square, 

CraTen, hon. Osbei-t William, s. of 2 
earl of Craven; b. 1848: ex-capt. Berk- 
shire militia. , 

CraTen, hon. Rupert Cecil, s. of 3 earl 
of Craven ; b. 1870. 

OraTen, dow. -countess of. Emily, dr. 
of 1 earl of Verulam ; b. 1815; m. 2 earl 
of Craven. 

Craven, lady Mary Beatrix, dr. of 3 earl 
of Craven; b. 1867. 

Craven, lady Mary, dr. of 4 earl of 
Hardwicke ; b. 1837 ; m. William George 
Craven (s. of hon. George Augustus 
Craven), b. 1835, ex-lieut. 1 life guards, 
lieut. Gloucestershire yeomanry firom 
1867. 

Whites; Craven Lodge, Melton 
Mowbray, 

Craven, archdeacon of (Ripon) (200«.) ; 

vide C. Musgrave. 
Crawford and Baloarrei, 25 earl of 
(1398). Alexander William Crawford 
LindBay; b. 1812; m. cousin, dr. of 
lieut. -gen. James lindsav ; sits as baron 
Wigan (1826) ; 2nd tit. teon Lindsav : 

S render earl of Scotland, m.a. Cantab., 
ep.-lieut. of Aberdeenshire. 
Carltoti; Haigh Hall, Wigan; 
Dtmecht House, Aberdeen; 9 Oros- 
venor Square, 
Crawford, John : lieut -governor of On- 
tario, Canada, from 1873. 
Toronto, Canada, 
Crawford, John Sharman, s. of William 
Shannan Crawford, m.p. ; b. 1812 : high 
sherifl'of Down in 1839, ex-major royal 
north Down rifle volunteers, m.p. (l.) 
Down CO. from 1874. 

Reform; Rademon, Down; Craw- 
fordsburn, Belfast, 



Crawford, lieut. -gen. Robert Fitzgerald 
Copland-, R.A., s. of R. Crawford; b. 
1810. Sudbury Lodge, Harrow, 
Crawford-PoUok, sir Hew, 5 bart. 
L638) b. 1843 ; m. dr. of — Green, 
[ull : ex-capt. Renfrewshire militia. 
Follok Castle, Faisley. 
Crawfard-Pollok,dow.-lady. Elizabeth, 
dr. of Matthew Dunlop; m. sir Hew 
Crawfurd-Pollok, 4 bart. 
Crawley, archdeacon William. m.a* 
Cantab., canon of Llandaff (350/.), arch- 
deacon of Monmouth from 1843, rector 
fix)m 1834 of Bryngwyn, Newport,Mon'' 
mouth (242/.). 
Creagh, lieut. -gen. James : coL 34 ft. 
from 1874. ^ 

16 St, Stephen's Road, Bayswater, W, 
Creagh, major-gen. Jasper Byng: served 
in Spain, in the Canadian rebeUion, m 
the Crimea with the Turkish irregular 
cavalry, capt. h. p. 48 ft. 
Creagh-Oibome, col. Charles Osborne, 
C.B., s. of gen. sir Michael Creagh, k.h. ; 
b. 1822; m. Harriet, dr. of F. H. Cro- 
zier, Delaware, Lymington : served m 
the Scinde campaign in 1846, and on the 
head-quarters staft' of the Azimghur field 
force ^8, commanded the first oattahon 
of 6 ft. in the Hazara campaign 1868, 
superintendent of garrison instructors in 
Bengal from 1874, lieut. -col. 6 ft. 
Crealock, coL Henry Hope, O.B. : de- 
puty-assistant-quartermaster-general m 
Qie Crimea, and in China 1867-68, as- 
sistant quartermaster-gen. in Canada 
1861-62, knk:ht of the Mediidie, military 
attachd at St. Petersburgh 1866-66, at 
Vienna 1866-69, deputy-quartermaster- 
general in Ireland from 1873. 

Army and Navy ; 20 Vietorxa 
Square, S. W, 
Creasy, sir Edward Shepherd, s. of Ed- 
ward H. Creasy, auctioneer, Brighton; 
b. 1812 ; m. dr. of G. Cottam, civil en- 
gineer : M.A. Cantab., called to the bar 
at Lincoln's inn 1837, professor of history 
in University College. London, 1849-68, 
chief justice of Ceylon (2600/.) firom 
1860. 
Colombo, Ceylon, 
Cremome, baron (eld. s. of earl of Dar- 
trey). Vesey Dawson; b. 1842: capt. 
Coldstream guards, m.p. Monaghan 1866- 
68. 
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Grtmome, dow. -baroness. Anne Eliza- 
beth, dr. of John Whaley, of Whaley 
Abbey, Wicklow; m. 1. second baron 
Cremome ; 2. maior-gen. John Dawson 
Bawdon^ m.p. (d.). 

34 FriHc^s Gate^ South Kensington ; 
LynmotUhj North Devon, 

Crewe, 8 baron (1806). Hungerford 
Crewe; b. 1812. 

Traveller^ ; Crewe Hall, Nantwich ; 
23 JECiU Street, Berkeley Sqtmre, W, 

Crewe, sir John Harpur, 9 bart. (1626) 
b. 1824 ; m. dr. of vice-adm. W. Stan- 
hope Lovell, K.H. : de^.-lieut. of Derby- 
shure and hij^h sheriff in 1853, lieut-coL 
Warwickshire rifle volunteers 1867-69. 
CaOee Abbey. Aehboume, Derby; 
Bar slow Rally Leeke, Stafford, 

Crewe, dow. -lady. Jane, dr. of rev. 
Thomas Whittaker, Mendham, Norfolk ; 
m. sir George Crewe, 8 bart. 

13 Queen's Oate Gardens, Kensinyton 
Gore, 8. W, 

Crewe, hon. Henrietta Hungerford, dr. 
of 2 baron Crewe ; b. 1808. 

Criehton, vise. (eld. a. of earl of Erne). 
John Henry Cnchton ; b. 1839; m.lady 
Florence, dr. of 3 earl of Enniskillen : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Fermanagh, 
high sheriff of Donegal in 1867, m.p. 
(c.) Enniskillen from 1868. 

Carlton, Whites; Crom Castle, New- 
ion Butler, Femtanayh; 95 Baton 
Smtare, 

CriohtoiL, col. hon. Charles Frederick, 
8. of 3 earl of Erne ; b. 1841 ; m. lady 
Madeleine, dr. of 3 marq. of Headfort : 
M.A. Oxon., capt grenaaier guards. 

Criehton, hon. Henry George Louis, 
s. of 3 earl of Erne Mi). 1844 ; m. dr. of 
major Arthur Cole Hamilton : capt. 21 
hussars. 

Criohton, hon. mrs. Constance, dr. of 
3 baron Lilford ; b. 1842 ; m. Arthur 
William Criehton. 
Broadwood Sail, Salop. 

Criehton, lady Charlotte, b. 1810; 
lady Helen, b. 1814, sisters of 3 earl of 
Erne. 

Criehton, lady Madeleine, U 1848 ; vide 
hon. Charles F. Criehton. 

Criehton, lady Maigaret, dr. of 4 earl of 
Badnor ; b. i847 ; m. capt. David Mait- 
land Mackgill Criehton (s. of David 
Maitland MackgiU-Crichton, of Bankeil- 
lor, Fife), b. 1841, lieut. grenadier 
guards. 



Criohton, bidy, dr. of — Sutthofl^ u,v., 
one of the physicians in ordinary to the 
emperor of Jiussia; m. sir Archibald 
William Criehton, m.d., d c.l. (d.). 
physician to the emperor Nicholas I. ox 
ilussia for '24 years. 

Criohton, maj.-gen. William Hindley, 
c.B. : ex Bennd staff corps, dep.-oom- 
missioner at Chandah, Nagpore. 

Croft, rear-adm. Henry, s. of adm. 
William Croft, by niece of sir Thomas 
Plumer; b. 1814: served in the Cri- 
mean war. 

Croft, sir Herbert George Denman, 11 
bart. 0.671) b. 1838 ; m. dr. of Mat- 
thew Henry Harsh, m.p. : m.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1861, dep.-lieut. of Herefordshire, m.p. 
(c.) Herefordshire 1868-74. 

Oxford and Cambridge ; Lugwardine 
Court, Sereford, 

Croft, sir John Frederick, 2 bart (1818) 
b. 1828 : m. dr. of John Graham : M.A. 
Oxon, high sheriff of Kent in 1872. 
Dodiftyton, Sittinyboume, Kent. 

§tCrofton, 3 baron (1797). Edward 
Henry Churchill Crofton ; b. 1834: 
gentleman of the bedchamber to the 
viceroy of Ireland (duke of Aberoom) 
1867-68, dep.-lieut. of Roscommon. 

Carlton; SackviUe Street (Dublin) ; 
Mote Park, Roscomnum. 

Crofton, sir Malby, 3 bart (1838) b. 1867. 
Lonyford House, Ballisodare, Sliyo. 

Crofton, sir Moi^n George, 4 bart. 
(1801) b. 1850 : ex-licut. Leitrim militia, 
comet north Somerset veomanry. 

Baleiyh; Mohill ' Mouse, leitrim; 
Sunnyside, Box, Wilts. 

Crofton, maj. rt. hon. sir ^Walter Frede- 
rick, R.A., C.B., p.c. (Irel.) s. of capt. 
Walter Crofton, 54 ft. ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. 
of rev. Charles Shipley. Twyford house, 
Portsmouth : dep.-lieut. of Wilts, chair- 
man of the boara of directors of convict 
prisons in Ireland 1854-62. 

Reform; A: York Crescent, Clifton; 
Eymont, Winchester. 

Crofton, hon. Alfred Henry, s. of 1 
baron Crofton ; b. 1837: page of honour 
to the Queen 1847-53, ex-lieut 7 ft., 
served in the Crimea. 

Crofton, hon. Charles St. George, s. of 
1 baron Crofton; b. 1836; m. dr. {d.) 
of Daniel Tighe, Rosanna, Wicklow: 
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Crofton, hon. Francis Geoige, s. of 1 
baron Crofton; b. 1838 ; m. dr. (d.) of 
col. £. Bayley, and widow of John Taloot, 
Mount Talbot, Boscommon : commander 
royal navy, inspecting officer of the 
coastguard division at Cowes from 1874. 
Mote Fark^BaUymurry^Roicommoii, 

Crofton, lient-gen. John FfoUiot: b.a. 
Dublin. Persian interpreter to the force 
under brig. -gen. Litchfield in 1832 in 
Parkur, served at the defence of Aden 
1840, commanded the force sent to Red 
river, B.N. A. in 1846, col. 6 ft. from 1869. 

Crofton, nug.-ffen. Ridiard Henry, B. a., 
8. of Duke (^fton, high sheriff of Lei- 
trim in 1800 ; b. 1818 ; m. Fanny, dr. 
of Arthur Cuthbert Marsh, Eastbury, 
Herts : retired on full pay as coL 

Crofton, dow. -baroness. Georsina, dr. of 
1 marq. of Anglesea; b. 1800; m. 1 
boron Crofton, a lord-in-waiting to the 
Queen. 

Crofton, dow.-lady. Emily, dr. of rt. 
hon. Denis Daly, of Dunsandle. Galway, 
and sist. of bp. Daly of Gashel ; m. sur 
Morgan Geoige Crofton, 3 hart., r.n. 
8 Mountjoy Square North, Ihtilm, 

Croggan, mig.-gen. John William, R.A. 
35 Tregtmter Mood, South Kenaing- 
Urn, 

Crokat, gen. William : served in Sicily 
1807, m Portugal 1808^ on the Wal- 
cheren expedition, and m the East In- 
dies. 

Croker, lady Georgina, dr. of 1 earl of 
fiathdowne (ext.) ; b. 1821 ; m. Edward 
Croker {d.\ high sheriff of Limerick 
in 1862. ^aUinagardey Limerick, 

Cromartio, 1 conntess of (1861). Anne 
Sutherland Leveson-Gower, b. 1829; 
m. 3 duke of Sutherland ; S^d tit. vise. 
Tarbat. 

Tarbat House md Castle Zeod, Cro* 
tnarty; Stafford Houae, St. James* s, 

Crombie, gen. Thomas : served in North 
America 1814-15, and in Flanders 1815, 
col. 96 ft. from 1872. 

Cromie, lady. Anne, dr. and heir of sir 
William Hicks, 7 bart.; b. 1794; m. 
sir William Lambart Cromie, bart 
(ext.). Whiteombe Park, Cheltenham, 

CrommeUn, coL William Arden, R.E., 
c.B. : served in the Sutlej and Punjab 
campaigns and in the Tndi^Ti mutiny, 
inspector-gen. of military works and 
dep.-sec. to the government of India in 
the pubUo works depart, from 1869. 



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CromptOB, dow.-lady. Isabella Soi>hia, 
dr. of hon. and rev. Archibald Hamilton 
Cathcart ; b. 1808 ; m. sir Samuel Cromp- 
tonjl bart. (ext), ii.p. 1818-31. 
Wood End, Thirsk, Forks. 

Crompton, lady, dr. of Thomas Fletcher, 
Liveipool; m. sir Charles Crompton 
(dX }\xdge of the Queen's bench. 

Llanstinany Fetnbroke ; Charley^ 
Bridgenorth; 15 FhiUimore Oardens^ 
W. 

Crompton, hon. mrs. Lucy, dr. of 1 
baron Bomilly; b. 1848; m. Henry 
Crompton (s. of mr. justice Crompton;, 

15 FhiUimore Gardens, W.; Charley^ 
Bridgnorth. 

Crookihank, Alexander Growder, aB.: 
served in tiie Crimea and in China 1857, 
knight of the Medjidie, dep.-controUer 
at Dublin from 1872. 

Cropper, hon. mrs. Man;aret, dr. of 1 
baron Denman; b. 181o; m. 1. Henry 
William Macaulay (bro. of lord Macau- 
; 2. Edward Cropper. 
tform; Swayland,Fenshurst,Kent. 

Crosbie, sir William Richard, 7 bart 
(1830) b. 1820; m. dr. of rev. Samuel 
Madden, Kilkenny, and niece of sir Wil'^ 
liam Gordon Ciunming, 2 bart. 
Latrobe Cottage, Bedford. 

Crofbio, dow.-lady. Dorothea, dr. of 
John Walsh, Dublin; m. sir Edward 
William Crosbie, 6 bart. 
Bray, Wicklow. 

Grofley, sir Charles Decimns, s. of 
Henry Crosley, The Grove, Comberwell; 
b. ISSO; m. dr. of John Ford, India 
house: dep.-lieut. of Middlesex, high 
sheriff of London and Middlesex 1855, 
knight of the legion of honour, a stock- 
broker in London. 
Sunningdale Fark, Windsor. 

CroM, John Kynaston, s. of John Cross, 
Bolton; b. 1832; m. dr. of James Carl- 
ton, Irwell house, Manchester : cotton- 
spinner at Bolton, and a merchant at 
Manchester, M.p. Cl.) Bolton from 1874, 
Fernclough, Bolton, Lancashire. 

Crou, rt hon. Richard Assheton, P.O., 
s. of W. Cross, Bed Scar, Lancaster; 
b. 1823 ; m. dr. of T. Lyon, Appleton, 
Chester : m.a. Cantab., called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1849, dep.-lieut. of 
Lancaster, and chairman of Lancashire 

auarter sessions, secretary of state for 
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Preston 18d7-60, Lancashire south-west 
from 1868. 

Carlton^ University; Eccle Riggs, 
Broughtan-in-Furtiesa; Oldbank, War- 
rington; 63 Eeekston Square^ S. W, 

Crosae, lady Mary, dr. of 4 earl of Cas- 
tlestuart ; b. 1838 ; m. Thomas R. Crosse 
(s. of T. Bright Crosse, M.p.),b. 1829. 
Shawhilly FrestoHj Lancashire. 

Crottley, sir Savile Brintou, 2 bart. 
(1863) 8. of sir Francis Crossley, 1 bart., 
M.p. 1862-72; bom 1857. 

Somerlevtonj Lowestoft^ Suffolk ; 
Beilevue, Malifax, 

Crossley, John, s. of John Crossley, 
Halifex ; b. 1812 ; m. 1. dr. of Kitchen- 
man Child, Orenden : 2. dr. of Joshua 
Wheatley, and widow of John Hodgson, 
tf ulcture halL Hali&x : a carpet manu- 
facturer at Halifax, an alderman and 
three times mayor of Halifax, m.p. (l.) 
Halifax from 1874. 
Manor Heathy Halifax^ Yorkshire. 

Crossley, dow.-lady. Martha Eliza, dr. 
of Henry Brinton, Kidderminster; m. 
sir Francis Crossley, 1 bart, m.p. 
BellevuCy Halifax. 

Crowe, sir John Rice, c.r, nephew of 
admiral Crowe, Russian navy : was for 
six years in the Russian service under 
his uncle, consul at Finnmarken 1837- 
43, consul-general at Christiania, Nor- 
way, from 1843. 

Crowhnrst, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Cot- 
tenham), — Pepys; b. 1874. 

Crowther, bp. ; vide Niger territory. 

Croiier, admiral Richard, s. of R. B.' 
Crozier, WesthilL Isle of Wight; b. 
1803 ; m. dr. of George Stone, Chisel- 
hurst, Kent : served in Portugal, knight 
of the tower and sword, cruised agamst 
the pirates in the straits of Malacca 
1839. 

UniUd Service; West Hill, Fresh- 
water, Isle of Wight. 

Cmtohley, lieut. -gen. Charles, bro. and 
heir ^res. of Percy Henry Crutchley, of 
Simninghill park, Beds; b. 1810; m. 
Eliza, dr. of John Harris, ii.n. 
Swminghill Fark, Staines. 

Cnbitt, George, s. of Thomas Cubitt, of 
Denbies ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. of rev. James 
Joyce, vicar of Dorking : m.a. Cantab., 
dep.-lieut. of Surrey, m.p. (c.) Surrey 



west from 1860, second church estates 
commissioner frx>m 1874. 

Carlton, Junior Carlton; Denbies^ 
Dorking ; 17 Frince's Oate, South Ken- 
sington. 

Cnffo, sir Charles Frederick "Wheeler, 
2 bart. (1799), b. 1832 ; m. Pauline, dr. 
of 1 baron Stuart de Decies : dep.-lieut. 
of Kilkenny, ex-major 66 ft., assistant- 
adjutant-general in India 1868-60, bri- 
gade major at Madras 1858-60. 

United Service ; Leyrath, Kilkenny ; 
11 Clifford Street, Bond Street. 

Coffe, hon. Hamilton John Agmon- 
desham, s. of 3 earl of Desart ; b. 1848 : 
in the royal navy, called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1872. 

25 Chesham Street, Belgrave Square; 
2 Harcourt Buildings, Tetnple, B.C. 

Cnffo, hon. Otway Frederick Seymour, 
s. of 3 earl of Desart ; b. 1853 : lieut. 
rifle brigade. 

Coffo, lady Kathleen Alexina, dr. of 
4 earl of Desart; b. 1872. 

Cnlliim, lady. Anne, dr. of— Floyd, 
Kingstown, Dublin ; m. rev. sir Thomas 
Gery Cullum, 8 bart. (ext.), bro. of John 
Palmer CuUum^ath king-at-arms, 

Hardwick House, Bury St. Ed- 
munds. 

Cnlross, piaster of (eld. s. of baron Col- 
ville). Charles Robert William Col- 
ville ; b. 1864 : lieut. grenadier guards. 

Cnmberbatoh, Abraham Carlton, c.b. : 
consul-general at Constantinople 1846- 
64. 
41 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Fork, W. 

Cumberland and Teviotdale, 2 duke of, 
O.C.H., P.O., K.O., grandson of George 
m. ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of duke of Saxe- 
Altenbiurg: King of Hanover 1861-66. 

Cnmberland,in^jor-^n. Charles Brown- 
low; b. 1802: retu^d on full pay as 
lieut. -ooL 96 ft. 
2 MilverUm Crescent, Leamington. 

Cnmberland, rear-adm. Octayins, cb., 
s. of rear-adm. William Cumberland; 
b. 1810 ; served in the Black Sea in the 
Crimean war, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidie. 

Cvxnming, sir William Gordon Gordon-, 
4 bart. (1804) b. 1848: capt. Scots 
f^isilier guiards, dep.-lieut. of Elgin. 

Altyre, Forres ; Oordonstovm, Elgin ; 
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Crnnniing, rear-adm. Arthur, c.b., cou- 
sin of gen. sir John Cununing, k.c.b. ; 
b. 1819 : served in Syria, south Ame- 
rica, and in the Russian war, superin- 
tendent of packets at Southampton 1867- 
1869, commander-in-chief on the East 
India station from 1872. 
Spring Grove, BiihapstoJce, Hants, 
Cnnmiiiigi dow.-lady Gordon-. Anne 
Pitcalm, dr. of rev. Augustus Campbell, 
rector of Liverpool ; m. sir Alexander 
Penrose Gordon Gumming, 3 bart. 
Gordonatowfiy Elgin, 
nnmniiiig', dow.-lady Gordon*. Jane, 
dr. of William Mackintosh, of Geddes 
and Hilton; m. sir William Gordon 
Gordon-Cumming, 2 bart. 
49 Belgrave Road, S. W, 
Cnnard, sir Bache, 3 bart. (1869): b. 
1851. Westwood, Staten Island, New 
York, U.S, 
Cnningliame, maj. sir William James, 
v.c, 9 bart. (1672), b. 1834; m. dr. of 
E. Bourchier Hartopp, Dalbjr hall, Lei- 
cester : dep.-lieut. of Ayrshire, served 
in the Crunea, knight of the Medjidie, 
ex-maj. rifle brigade, m.p. (c.) Ayr dis- 
trict from 1874. Corse Mill, Ayr ; 
KirkUmholm, Latiarkshire. 
Ciinliffo, sir Robert Alfred, 5 bart. 
(1769) b. 1839; m. dr. of maj. Egerton 
Ldgh, West Hall^ Cheshire : mgh sheriff 
of Denbighshire m 1868, ex-capt. Scots 
fusilier guards, lieut. -col. -commandant 
Denbigh militia from 1872, m.p. (l.) 
Flint district 1872-74. 

Guards*, Brooks\ Travellers'; Aeton 
Park, Wrexham; 17 £aton Terrace. 
Cnii]iiiigluu&, maj. - gen. Alexander, 
C.8.I., B.E.. s. 0^ AUan Cunningham; 
b. 1814 : director-gen. of the archsBO- 
logical survev in India, served in the 
Gwalior and Punjab campaigns. 
Cimynghsm, sir Robert Keith Alex- 
ander, ^ bart. (1669) b. 1836 ; m. dr. of 
William Hetherington, Birkenhead ; ex- 
Heut. 93 ft., served in India at Lucknow. 
FrestonJUld, Edinburgh ; New Club, 
Edinburgh. 
Cimyngliiaii, dow.-lady. Susan, dr. of 
maj. James Alston Stewart, of Urrard, 
Perthshire; m. col. sir William Han- 
mer Dick Cunyngham, 7 bart. 
CruLynghame, sir Edward Augustus, 7 
bart. (1702) b. 1839 : ex-lieut. 32 ft. 

United Service ; East Cosham, ForiS' 
mouth ; Milncraig, Ayrshire. 



Conyngliame, lieut. -gen. sir Arthur 
Augustus Thurlow, k.c.b., b. of sir 
David Cunjmghame, 6 bart. ; b. 1812 ; 
m. hon. Frances, dr. of field-marshal 
1 vise. Hardinge : served in China as 
aide-de-camp to lord Saltoun, assist. 

2uartermaster-gen. of first division in the 
'rimea in 1854, commanded a division 
of the Turkish contingent in 1855, com- 
manding northern division in Ireland 
1865-73, lieut. - governor of the Cape 
from 1873, col. 36 ft. from 1868. 

Senior united Service; Mount DU' 
Ion, Itoebuck, Dublin. 
dmyngliame, dow.-lady. Louisa, dr. of 
William Baker ; m., as his 2nd wife, sir 
David Thurlow Cunynghame. 6 bart. 
(grandson of lord chancellor Tnurlow.) 

25 Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor 
Square. 
Cnppage, maj. -gen. Adam, s. of Adam 
Cuppage, of Lurgan ; m. Mary Ernes- 
tine, dr. of E. Lenthal Swifte, keeper 
of the regalia in the Tower of London : 
formerly in the Madras army. 
Gowrie, Kingstown, Lublin, 
Cnppage, lieut. - gen. Burke, r.a.: 
served in the Peninsula and at Waterloo, 
lieut.-govemor of Jersev 1863-68, col. 
commandant 8 brigade of royal artillery. 
12 Brunswick Square, Brighton, 
Cnreton, maj. - gen. Charles, o.B.: 
served in the Sutlej, Punjab, and Oude 
campaigns, and in the Indian mutiny. 
Bengal staff corps. 
Currie, sir Frederick, d.c.l., 1 bart. 
(1846) b. 1799 ; m. 1. dr. of John Pascal 
Lai'kins, Bengal civil service ; 2. dr. of 
R. Mertens Bird, Bengal civil service ; 
3. dr. of George Powney Thompson^ 
Bengal civil service: entered the Bengal 
civil service 1817, sec. to government of 
India 1842-48, member of the supreme 
council 1847-53, chairman of the East 
India company 1857-58, a member of 
the India council from 1858. 

Athenaeum ; 78 Addison Eoad, Ken- 
sington, W. ; Manor House^ Crayfordy 
Kent. 
Currie, lady. dr. of W. Gardiner, lieut. 
Cape garrison company ; m. sir Walter 
Currie (rf.), commandant Cape frontier 
police from 1855-72. 
Grahamstown, Cape of Ghod Hope, 
Currie, sure. -gen. Samuel, m.d., c.b.: 
served in tne Sutlej campaign at Buddi- 
wal, Aliwal, and Sobraon^ field medical 

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inspeetor in China 1860, principal medi- 
cal officer in the Abysfdnian expedition^ 
hon. physician to the Queen from 1874. 
Madrtu, 

Onrrie, lady Mary, dr. of 4 earl of 
Gadogan; b. 1843; m. rev. Maynard 
Woddiouse Currie (s. of Baikea Cfurrie, 
M.P., by dr. of 2 b«m>n Wodehouae), b. 
1829, M.A. Cantab., vicar of Mentmore, 
Bucka. 1869-68, rector from 1870 of 
BamhamBroomj Wymondham (600/.) 

Oiirtif , sir Arthur Colin, 3 bart. (1794) 
b. 1869. 
Oateombey Southampton, 

Oiirtif, sir William Michael, 4 bart. 
(1802) b. 1869. 

University; Caynham Courts Lud- 
low; Cliff MouMyMatnagate, 

Oiirtif, dew. -lady. Georgina Maria, dr. 
John Stratton, Farthinghoe, Northants ; 
m. sir William Curtis, 3 bart. 

24 Wilton Flacey S,W,; Ca^ham 
Oottaye, Ludlow, 

Cimoii, vise. (eld. s. of earl Howe). 

Onnon, hon. Alfred Nathaniel, s. of 4 
baron Scarsdale; b. 1860. 

Onnon-Howe, hon. Assheton Gore, s. 
of 2 earl Howe; b. 1860: lieut. royal 
nayy. 

Onnon, hon. Assheton Nathaniel, s. 

_of 4 baron Scarsdale ; b. 1867. 

Onnon, hon. Edward Cecil, s. of 
baroness de la Zouche ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. 
of James Daniell : m.a. Oxon, called to 
the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1840, a magis- 
trate and dep.-Heut. of Middlesex, chief 
clerk and dep.-registrar of the designs 
office, Whitehall, 1842-66, registrar of 
companies (700/.) 

Oxford and Cambridge; 13 Ser- 
jeante* Inn, Fleet Street; Scarsdale 
Houee, Wrighfs Lane, Kensington. 

Onnon-Howe, hon. Ernest George, s. 
of 1 earl Howe ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. of col. 
1 T<i1ifaT : served in the Indian mutiny, 
lieut.-coL 62 ft. 

Onnon, hon. Francis Nathaniel, s. of 
4 baron Scarsdale ; b. 1866. 

Onnon-Howe, hon. Frederick, s. of 1 
earl Howe; b. 1823: ex.-capt. royal 
navy. 

Onnon, hon. George Nathaniel, eld. s. 
of 4 baron Scarsdale ; b. 1869. 

Onnon-Howe, hon. Henry Dngdale, s. 
of I earl Howe; b. 1824; m. dr. of | 



«re. hon. Monta^ s. of 1 
3 ; b. 1846 : lieut. nfle brigade. 



major-gen. John Swinburne: K.A.Oxon.^ 
ex-capt. Leicestershire yeomanry. 
Fast Dean, Romaey, 

Onnon, hon. Henry George Roper-, 
eld. 8. of 16 baron Teynham; b. 1823; 
m. dr. of rev. Thomas Heathcote, Shaw 
Hill House, Wilts: assistant-inspector 
in the exchequer and audit deparbnent, 
Somerset House. 
47 Argyll Road, Kensington, W, 

Onnon, hon. John Roper-, s. of 14 
baron Tejmham ; b. 1774; m. 1. dr. of 
col. James Hodgson ; 2. dr. of maj . John 
Harman Browne, 90 ft. Cheltenham: 
ex-lieut. 37 ft. Great Malvern, 

Onnon-Howe, hon. Leicester ; vide 
Smyth. 

Onnon-Howe, 
earl Howe ; 

Onnon-Howe, nug.-gen. hon. Richard 
William Penn, c.b.. b. of 1 earl Howe ; 
b. 1822; m. dr. oi gen. hon. Geom 
Anson: servedintheKaffirwar of 1862, 
as aide-de-camp to sir Greorge Cathcart, 
and in the Indian mutiny as acting 
quartermaster-^en. at the siege of Delhi, 
ex-mai. grenadier guards. 
46 Charles Stre$t,Berkeley Square, W. 

Onnon, hon. Sidney Campbell Roper-, 
s. of 14 baron Teynham; b. 1807; m. 
dr. of Richardson Punres, Sunbury 
Place, Middlesex. 

Onnon-Howe, m^. hon. William 
Henry, s. of 1 earl Howe ; b. 1827 ; m. 
Emily, dr. of Fred. Cowper, Carleton 
hall, Penrith : m.a. Oxon., served in 
the Crimea and in central India, ex-maj . 
17 lancers, ex-capt. Leicestershire yeo- 
manrj'. 

Onnon, hon. Darca, dr. of baron de la 
Zouche ; b. 1860. 

Onnon, hon. Sophia Caroline, h. 
1857 ; hon. Blanche Felicia, b. 1861 ; 
hon. Eveline Mary, b. 1864; hon. Ge- 
raldine Emily, b. 1871 ; hon. Elinor 
Florence, b. 1B73, drs. of 4 baron Scars- 
dale. 

Onnon, hon. mrs. Alfred, dr. of Ro- 
bert Holden ; b. 1803 ; m. hon. and rev. 
Alfred Ciu^on ((/.), father of 6 baron 
Scarsdale. 

Onnon, hon. mrs. Edward Henry 
Roper-, dr. of — Bullock ; m. vice-adm.^ 
hon. Edward Henry Roper-Curzon (rf.),' 
knight of the legion of honour, of the 
redeemer of Greece, and of St. Vladimir 
of Russia* ^ . 

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Cnnon, hon. mrs. Thomas Roper- ; m. 

1. Robert Browne. Russell Park, Surrey ; 

2. capt. hon. Thomas Roper-Curzon, 
B.N. (rf.). 

Cntaok, sir Ralph Smith, s. of James 
William Cusack, Abbeyrille House, 
Dublin, sumon to the Queen in Ire- 
land ; D. 1822 ; m. dr. of Richard Bar- 
ker, Sterling^ Meath : m.a. Dublin, 
called to the Jjrish bar 1846, clerk of the 
crown and hanaper in Ireland from 1858, 
chairman of the midland railway com- 
pany of Ireland. 

Junior Carlton ; 24 Rutland Square, 
Jhiblin ; Mount Eaale, KUliney, Ihtblin. 
Cuit, miu. hon. Charles Henry, s. of 
1 earl Brownlow; b. 1813; m. dr. of 
Reginald Geor^ (and lady Caroline) 
Macdonald, chief of Clanronald : m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Lincolnshire, ex- 
cant, royal horse guards, maj. north 
Salop yeomanry 1863-69, a magistrate 
for iNorthants and high sheriff in 1859, 
M.P. north Shropshire 1865-66. 

13 Great Stanhope Street, Mayfair, 
W. ; Art hina worth, Northampton ; 
Qutle Mock, West Cowee. 
Cost, gen. hon. sir Edward, f.b.8., 
B.c.L., K.C.H., s. of 1 baron Brownlow ; 
b. 1794 ; m. dr. of L. W. Boode, Peover 
Hall, Cheshire : dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, 
senred in the Peninsular campaign, 
knight grand cross of the order ox Leo- 
pold of Belgium, M.P. Grantham 1818-32, 
master of the ceremonies from 1847, coL 
16 light dragoons from 1859. 

Lea^owe Cattle JSirkenheadyCheshire ; 
Brown* a HoUl, J)over Street, TT, 
Cut, hon. mrs. William, dr. of Thomas 
Kewnham^ Southborough, Kent; m. 
hon. William Cust {d.), s. of 1 baron 
Brownlow. 

48 Green Street, Grotvenor Square, 
Cut, lady Caroline, dr. of 1 earl 
Brownlow ; b. 1819 : lady-in-waiting to 
the grand-duchess of Mecklenburg. 

2Mobart Place, JBaton Square. 
Cut, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 5 earl of 
Damley ; b. 1830 ; m. Reginald John 
Cust (s. of hon. and rev. canon Henry 
Cust, of Windsor), b. 1828^ called to 
tiie bar 1856, assistant commissioner and 
secretary of West India encumbered 
estates commission. 8 Fark Street, 
Weetminster ; 13 Eeeleaton Square; 
8 Stone Buildings, LineoMe Inn, 
Cut, lady Emma, dr. of 5 earl of 
Damley ; b. 1832 ; m. rev. Arthur Per- 



ceval Cust (s. of hon. William Cust), 
b. 1828, M.A. Oxon., hon. canon of 
Christ Church, Oxford, from 1874, vicar 
from 1862 of St. Mary the Virgin. 
Reading (661/.). 

Cut, lady Florence Harriet, dr. of 3 
earl of Harewood ; b. 1838 ; m. lieut.« 
col. John Francis Cust (s. of col. hon. 
Peregrine Cust^, b. 1825, capt. grena- 
dier guards, uarlton, Guards ; Stag^ 
ahaw House, Hexham. 

Cut, Henry Francis Cockayne, s. of 
hon. and rev. canon Henry Cust, of 
Windsor ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of Isaac Cook- 
son, Meldon Park, Northumberland : ex- 
capt. 8 hussars, served in India, private 
secretary to viceroy of Ireland (eail of 
Eglinton) in 1852 and 1858. maj. Salop 
yeomanry from 1872, hign sheriff of 
Salop in 1869, m.p. (c.) Grantham from 
1874. 

Carlton, Travellers' ; Hatley Ooek* 
ayne, Beds ; Rllesmere House, Salop, 

Cut, archd. Edward : m.a. Cantab. , 
canon of Ripon (550/.), archd. of Rich- 
mond from 186S, vicar from 1840 of 
Danby Wiske-eum-Ya forth, North* 
allerton (450/.). 

Cutanoo, m^j.-gen. William NeyiUe, 
C.B.. s. of T. distance, Westom House, 
Norfolk ; b. 1811 ; m. 1. dr. of maj.-een. 
J. Campbell, k.h. : 2. dr. of T. Mc«r- 
nMn, Northumberland : served in the 
Crimea and in the Indian mutiny with 
6 dragoon guards, knight of the Mc^idie. 
Armuand Navy, Senior United Ser-' 
vice; Tryem Court, Fordingbridge^ 
Salisbury. 

Cuthbert, hon. mrs. Jane Anne, dr. of 
2 baron Graves ; b. 1805 ; m. capt. 
James William Cuthbert (b. of J. Ramsar 
Cuthbert, M.P.), b. 1804, ex-oapt. 2 
life guards, dep.-lieut. of Kent, equerry 
to late duke of Cambridge. 

Carlton, Junior United Service; 14 
Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square; 
Hampton Court Palace. 

Cuyler, sir Charles Henry Johnes, 8 
hart. (1814) b. 1826; m. dr. of Austen 
Cox : M.A. Cantab., public treasurer of 
Honduras 1855-61, receiver-general of 
Trinidad 1861-65. 

Thatched House, CivU Service; Oak* 
Uaze, Tockington, Bristol. 

Cuyler, dow. -lady. Catherine, dr. of rer. 
R. Fitzwilliam Halifis):, rector of Rich- 
ard's Castle ; m. maj.-gen. sir Charks 
Cuyler, 2 bart. 4 Sanlle Blace, Clifton. 

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Daere, 21 baron (1307). Thomas Crosbie 
Brand Trevor ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. of 1 
baron Chesham (she was for several 
years a bedchamber woman to the 
Queen) : m.a. Camtab., dep.-lieut. of 
Herts, and m.p. 1847-52, lord-lieut. of 
Essex 1866-69. 

Boodles; The Hoo, Welityn, Hertt; 
9 Hereford Gardetts^ Fark Lane. 

Daerei, gen. sir Richard James, R.A. 
O.C.B., s. of vice-admiral sir ^chard 
Bacres, o.c.h. ; b. 1799; m. dr. of H. 
P. Thomas: was in command of the 
artillery at Sebastopol, commander of 
the legion of honour, and of the order of 
Savoy, commandant at Woolwich 1859- 
66. 

United Service; Naworth Cottage^ 
ShoHUmde, Kent. 

Daoret, admiral sir Sydney CTolpoys, 
O.C.B., bro. of gen. sir Ricliard Dacres ; 
b. 1806; m. dr. of John Lambert of 
Banstead, Surrey: distinguished him- 
self in Qreece, Spain^ and the Crimea, 
was in command m the Mediterranean, 
West Indies, and the Channel 1859-65, 
knight of legion of honour, of the re- 
deemer of Greece, of the tower and 
sword, and of the "laurelled cross of 
6an Fernando," a lord of the admiralty 
1866-68, 1869-72, governor of Greenwich 
hospital from 1872. 
United Service, 

Baer, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Selkirk). 

B'Agnilar, major-gen. Charles Law- 
rence, II.A., C.B., B. of lieut.-gen. sir J. 
D'A^nilar, k.c.b. ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of 
admiral hon. Josceline Percy : served in 
the Crimea, and in the Indian campaign, 
knight of the Medjidie, commandant of 
Woolwich from 1874. 

United Service ; Famhamy Surrey. 

Bakin, alderman sir Thomas, s. of 
Jonathan Dakin, Enutsford, Cheshire ; 

• b. 1808 : m. Marion, dr. of James Fiddes : 
a partner in Dakin brothers, wholesale 
dniggists, Creechurch lane, alderman 
of Candlewick ward from 1861, sheriff of 
London and Middlesex in 1865, lord 
mayor of London in 1871, chairman of 



D. 

tho Great Western Railway of Canada 
1862-74. 

dig ; 3 Creechurch Lane^ E.G. ; 
Upper Tootinffj Surret/. 

B'Albanie, countess, lady Alice Mary, 
dr. of earl of Erroll ; b. 1835 ; m. col. 
count Charles D'Albanie (s. of Charles 
Edward Stuart, count D*Albanie, by dr. 
of rt. hon. John de la Poer Beresfora). 

Balhousie, 12 earl of (1633). vice-admi- 
ral George Ramsay, c.B. ; b. 1806 ; m. 
Sarah Frances, dr. of William Robert- 
son, Logan house, one of the keepers of 
the records of Scotland; 2nd tit. lord 
Ramsay: ex-superintendent of Pem- 
broke dockyard. 

Panmure House ^ Camouetiey Fbrfar ; 
Brechin Castle^ Forfar, 

Balkeith, earl of (eld. s. of duke of 
Buccleuch). William Henry Walter 
Montagu Douglas Scott ; b. 1831 ; m. 
dr. of 1 duke of Abercom : dep.-Heut. 
of Selkirk, lieut.-col. Midlothian jeo' 
manry 1856-72^ lord-lieut. of Dumfries- 
shire from 1858, an ensign-gen. of the 
royal body guard of archers in Scotland, 
M.p. (c.) Midlothian 1853-68, and from 
1874. 

Carlton ; Dalkeith Palace, Dalkeith ; 
3 Hamilton Place, PiccadiUy, W. 

Ballaf, sir George Edward, 8 bart 
(1798) b. 1842. 

Dallas, dow.-lady. hon. Frances, dr. of 

1 baron EUenborough; m. 1. Charles 
des Yoeux ; 2. sir Robert Charles Dallas, 

2 bart. 
Balling and Bulwer, dow. -baroness. 

Georgina Charlotte, dr. of 1 baron Cow- 
ley; b. 1817; m. baron Dalling and 
Bulwer, p.c. o.c.b. (rf)» ambassador at 
Madrid, Wasnington and Constantinople 
1843-65, and bro. of 1 baron Lytton. 
Heron House, Richmond, Surrey. 

Balmeny, lord (eld. s. of earl of Rose- 
berrj'). 

Balrymple^ vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Stair). John Hew North Eustace Henry 
Dalrymple ; b. 1848 : lieut. royal hone 
guards* 

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Dalrymple, sir Hew Hamilton, 6 bart. 

(1697) b. 1814; m. dr. of Robert Ark- 

wright, Sutton-Scarsdale, Derbyshire: 

served at the capture of Coorg in 1834, 

ex-lieut.-col. 71 ft., dep.-lieut. of Had- 

dingtoDBhire and convener from 1861. 
Junior United Service; Luchie 

Hotuey North Berwick. 
JHUrymple, hon. George Grey, s. of 9 

earl of Stair ; b. 1832 ; m. dr. of 8 baron 

Napier: ex-lieut. Scots f^isilier g^uards, 

dep.-lieut. of Lanarkshire. 
New Club, Edinburgh ; Ellistony 8t. 

BoaweiTsy Roxburgh; Cleland^ Mother^ 

well, 
JHUrymple, hon. Hew Hamilton, s. of 

10 earl of Stair; b. 1867. 
JHUrymple, hon. North de Coigny, s. 

of 10 earl of Stair ; b. 1853 : lieut. Scots 

fiiailier guards. 
Dalrymple, hon. Robert Macgill, & of 

10 earl of Stair; b. 1862. 
Dalrymple, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 9 

earl of Stair ; b. 1818. 
Dalrymple, ladv Jane Georgina, b. 

1860; lady Mary Evelvn, b. 1862; 

lady Anna Henrietta, d. 1866; lady 

Emily Ellen, b. 1869, drs. of 10 earl of 

Stair. 
Dalrymple, Charles, s. of sir C. Dalirm- 

Ele Fergusson, 6 bart., and bro. of rt. 
on. sir James Fergusson ; b. 1839 ; m. 
dr. of sir Edward Hunter Blair, bart. : 
assumed the name of Dalrymple in 
1849, M.A. Cantab., called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1866, dep.-lieut. of Had- 
dingtonshire, cant. Ayr and Wigton 
militia from 1862, m.p. (o.) Buteshire 
from 1868. 

Carlton ; New Hailes, Musselburgh, 
Edinburgh; d9e Onslow Square; 
Arden-Oraigy Isle of Bute. 

Dalrymple, lient.-gen. John Hamilton 
Elphinstone : served in the Crimea and 
in New Brunswick after the Trent afiiur 
1861-62, knight of the Medjidie, lieut.- 
col. h.p. Scots fusilier guards. 

Guards' ; 7 Beaufort OardenSy South 
Kensington, iS. W. 

Dalton, roajor-ffen. Charles James, 
K.A., 8. of col. John Dalton, of Slening- 
ford, Ripon ; b. 1800 ; m. Mary, dr. of 
— Dimcan, m.d. 

Dalton, col. Edward Tuite, c.s.i. : served 
in the Assam expeditions in 1839 and 
1842, commissioner of Chota Nagpore. 



Dalway, Marriott Robert ; b. 1832 ; m. 
only child of Andrew Armstrong 
Barnes, col. 6 royals : dep.-lieut. of 
Antrim, high sheriff of Carrickfergus 
in 1869, M.p. (l.) Carrickfergus from 
1868. 
Beform ; Bella Hilly Carrickfergus, 

Daly, hon. Bowes Richard, s. of 1 
baron Dunsandle; b. 1816: b.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Tipperary, and high 
sheriff in 1864. 

Carlton; KUl&ugh Castle, Thurles, 
Tipperary. 

Daly, hon. Robert, s. of 1 baron Dun- 
sandle ; b. 1818 ; m. hon. Cecilia, dr. of 
1 baron Hevtesbury: ex-lieut. 20 ft., 
steward of tne household of the viceroy 
of Lnehmd (earl of Bessborough) in 
1846. 
83 Eaton Blace, Belgrave Square. 

Daly, hon. Skeffington James, s. of 1 
baron Dunsandle ; b. 1811. 

Daly, ladv Anne Elizabeth, dr. of 9 
earl of Westmeath ; b. 1839 ; m. John 
Archer Dalv (s. of Andrew "W. Blake, 
of Furbrougn, Galway, by dr. of Mala- 
chy Daly, Raford}, b. 1836, educated 
at Osoot college, aep.-lieut. of Oalway, 
and high sheriff in 1867, major Galway 
militia fr^m 1872. 
Bafordy EUltullay Athenry, Oalway. 

Daly, major-gen. Henry, o.b. : served in 
the Punjab campaign, commanded Hod- 
son's horse at Luckuow and in the Oudo 
campaign, ^vemor-general's agent in 
Central India. 

Dalyall, sir Robert Alexander Osborne, 
F.R.O.8., 8 bart. (1686) b. 1821 : m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1849, consul-gen. at Belgrade 
1867-69, consul at Erzeroum 1869-66, at 
Roustchouk (700/.} 1866-74. 

Traveller^ ; The Binns, Linlithgow. 

Dalyell, m^or-sen. Melville, s. of 
John Dalyell, of lingo, Fife, and Tick- 
nevin, Ireland; b. 1801: major un- 
attached. 

Daliell, baron (eld. s. of earl of Cam- 
wath). 

Daliell, col. hon. Harry Burrard, s. of 
10 earl of Camwath ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. 
{d.) of rev. Alexander Campbell : com- 
minary of ordnance at Agra 1836-42^ 
ex-col. Bengal artiUerv. 
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Baliell, col. hon. Robert Alexander, 
C.B., 8. of 10 earl of Carhwath; b. 
1816 ; m. dr. of John Harris, London, 
Canada : ex-lieut.-col. 63 ft., served in 
the Crimea, knirfit of the Medjidie. 

2 WeilsumdFark, Torquay, 
Balsell, lady Emma Maria, dr. of 10 

earl of Camwath ; b. 1809. 
Bamer, capt. Lionel Seymour William 
Dawson, b. of rt. hon. George Dawson 
Darner ; b. 1832 : dep.-lieut. of Dorset, 
ex-capt. Scots fusilier guards, ex-lieut. 
Dorset yeomanry, m.p. (c.) Portarling- 
ton 18^-66, and from 1868. 

JFhit^Sy Ouard4t\ Carlton ; Came 
BouMy Dorchester ; 2 Chapel Street, 
Fark Lane. 
Darner, hon. mrs. Harriet, dr. of 6 
baron Rokeby; b. 1829; m. capt. 
Lionel Seymour WiUiam Dawson- 
Damer, m.p. 
Darner, hon. mis. Lionel Dawson, dr. 
of capt. S. Hopkinson, royal navy ; m. 
as his third wife, hon. Lionel Dawson- 
Damer (<f.). 
Damiaao, coontess. hon. Panline Maria, 
dr. of 3viBc. Southwell; b. 1819; m. 
count Henry de San Damiano. of Turin, 
officer in the king of Italy's royal 
guard. 
Danby. earl of (eld. s. of matq. of Car- 

maithen). 
Dancer, sir Thomas Johnston, 7 bart. 
(1662) b. 1852 : ex-lieut 2 Somerset- 
shire militia. 

Modreeny Rouse, Clogjordan, Tip- 
perary. 
Dancer, dow.-ladv. Helen Jane, only 
child of John Johnston, Leamington; 
m. sir Thomas Going Bernard Dancer, 
6 bart. 
Dane, Richard, M.d., c.b. : served 
in the Pimjab campaign 1849-50 at 
Goojerat, prmcipal medical officer of the 
expeditionary force in China 1851, in- 
spector-gen. of hospitals and fleets h.p. 
Dangan, vise. (eld. s. of earl Cowley). 
WUliam Henry Welleslev; b. 1834; 
m. dr. of col. Peers Williams, m.p. : 
served in the Crimea as aide-de-camp to 
lord Rokeby, in the Oude campaign as 
aide-de-camp to lord Clyde, knight of 
the Medjidie, ex-lieut.-col. coldstream 
guards, capt. Wilts yeomanry from 
1873. 
Daniell, lady Agnes Henrietta, dr. of 

3 earl of Ranfurly ; b. 1861 ; m. Nugent 



Murray Whitmore Daniell, entered 
Bombay civil service 1857, joint judge 
and sessions judge in the. Tanna dis- 
trict. 
Dansey, hon. mrs. Eleanore, dr. of 2 
baron GifTord; b. 1852; m. Edward 
Mashiter Dansey, 1 life guards. 
D'Arcy, col. George Abbas Kooli, v.o. : 
served in India, ex-lieut.-col. 94 ft., 
governor of the Gambia 1859-67, of the 
Falkland islands from 1870. 
Darell, rev. sir William Lionel, 4 bart. 
(1795) b. 1817; m. dr. {d.) of sir 
Edward Tiemey, 2 bart. : m.a. Oxon., 
rector of Fretheme, Stroud (290^.) from 
1844. 

CarUon; Fretherne Rectory, Stroud, 
Gloucestershire ; 29 York Place, Por^ 
man Square. 
Darell, dow.-lady. Amelia Mary, dr. of 
William Beecher, Howbury, Bedford; 
m. sir Henry Verelst Darell, 2 bart. 

9 Queen's Oate Terrace, South Ken- 
sington ; The Lypiatts, Cheltenham. 

Darley, hon. mrs. Anne, dr. of 3 baron 
Plunket ; b. 1825 ; aide bp. of Kilmore. 

Darling, lady. Elizabeth Isabella, dr. of 
Christopher Salter, Stoke Pogis, Bucks ; 
m. as his third wife, sir Charles Dar- 
ling, K.c.B. (rf.)f governor of Victoria 
(8. of major-gen. H. C. Darling, go- 
vernor of Barbadoes). 

Darlington, earl of (eld. s. of duke of 
Clevdand). 

Damley, 6 earl of (1725). John Stuart 
Bligh; b. 1827; m. dr. of 3 earl of Chi- 
chester; sits as baron Clifton (1608) ; 
2nd tit. baron Clifton: m.a. Oxon., 
hereditary high steward of Gravesend, 
dep.-lieut. of Kent, lieut.-col. com- 
mandant West Kent yeomanry 1863- 
1874. 

CarUon; Clifton Lodge, Athhoy, 
Heath; Cohham Roll, Gravesend; 21 
Rill Street, Berkeley Square. 

Darrell, John Harvey, cm.g. : m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar 1852, attorney- 
general of Bermudas 1834-56, chief 
Justice, 1856-70. 
Dartmonth, 5 earl of (1711). William 
Walter Lcgge; b. 1823; m. dr. of 6 
earl of Aylesford ; 2nd tit. viae. Lewis- 
ham: M.A. Oxon., capt. Staffordshire 
militia 1843-54, dep.-lieut. of Stafford- 
shire, M.p. Staff[>rdshire south 1849-53, 

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capt. 27 Staffordshire rifle volunteers 
from 1860. 

Carlton ; PatshtUl Hall, JFokcr- 
hampton ; Sandwell Fark^ Birming- 
A«m/ WoodaoiM Hall, Hudderajield ; 
40 Cfrowenor Square. 

Dartrey, 1 earl of (1866). Richard 
Dawson, k.p. ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of Ed- 
ward and lady Mary Stanley ; sits as 
baron Dartrey (1847); 2nd tit. vise. 
Cremome : lord in waiting to the Queen 
1867-58, 1859-66, lord-Ueut. of Mona- 
ghan from 1871. 

Travellers* ' Dartrey House, Coote 
HiUf Monaghan; 30 Curzon Street, 
Mayfair, W, 

BarvaU, lieut. -gen. Edward : served in 
• Burmese war 1824-26, and in the In- 
dian mutiny. Bengal staff corps. 

Barvall, John Bayley, cm.g., s. of 
capt. Darvall, 9 dragoons ; b. 1812 : 
M.A. Cantab., called to the bar 1838. 
queen's counsel 1853, attorney-general 
of New South Wales 1857-67. 
23 Upper WimpoU Street, W, 

Buhwood, sir Edwin Hare, 7 bort. 
a707) b. 1825; m. dr. of sir Robert 
Abercromb)r, 5 bart. : premier bart. of 
Great Britain, formerly m 10 ft. 

Buhwood, sir Henry William, 5 bart 
(1684) b. 1816; m.dr. of John Drink- 
water, Sherborne House, Warwick : 
dep.-Ueut. of Oxfordshire, and high 
sheriff in 1866. 

Travellers" ; Kirklington Park, Bi- 
cester, OXOH. 

Buhwood, dow.-lady. Elizabeth, sis. 
of sir Theodore Henry (Broadhead) 
Brinckman ; m. cous. sir George Dash- 
wood, M.P., 5 bart. 

44 Orosvenor Square; West Wy- 
combe Park, Bucks, 

Banbenjr, major-gen. sir Henry Bam- 
Bton, K.C.B., s. of lieut.-gen. H. Dau- 
beny, k.h. ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. of C. 
Jacomb, Upper Clapton, Middlesex: 
serred in the Coorg war of 1834, China 
war 1841-42, inspector of army clothing 
1842-51, commanded 55 ft. in the 
Crimea, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, a magistrate for 
Clare and for Middlesex. 

United Service, Junior Carlton; 36 
Elvastofi Place, South Kensington, 
S.W. 



Danbeny, coL James, c.B. ; m. dr. of 
S. Leveson ; served in the Crimea with 
62 ft., knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, assist-adiutant- 
general of the home district lo70-73, 
m^or h.p. 62 ft. 
8 Eaton Terrace, Eaton Square, S. W. 

Dftvenport, William Bromley, s. of 
rev. Walter Bromley Davenport, by dr. 
of archdeacon Gooch ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. 
of Walter Campbell, of Islay; m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire, lieut.- 
col. Staflbrd^iire yeomanry from 1864, 
M.p. (c.) Warwickshire north from 
1864. 

Whitens, Carlton; Baginton Hall, 
Coventry ; 5 Lowndes Street, Belgrave 
Square. 

Davidioii, John, m.d., o.b. : inspector 
of Plymouth naval hospital 1868-73, 
served against the Borneo pirates in 
1844, hon.-physician to the Queen from 
1874. 

Dftvie, general sir Henry Robert Fer- 
guson, 1 bart. (1846) b. 1798 ; m. only 
sister and heir of sir John Davie, 18 
bart. ^whose name he assumed in 1848) : 
dep.-Ueut. of Devonshire, m.p. (l.) 
Haddington district from 1846, col. 73 
ft. from 1865. 

Urt^ed Service, Brooks^; Greedy 
Park, Crediton, Devon; 48 Wilton 
QrescctU, Belgrave Square, 

Dftviei, David, s. of David Davies ; b. 
1818 ; m. dr. of Edward Jones, lianfair, 
formerly a railway contractor, director 
of the Cambrian, Brecon, and Merthvr 
railway, of the Pembroke and TenSy 
railway, and of the Manchester and Mil- 
ford railway, a coalowner in Wales, 
M.p. (l.) Cardigan boroughs from 1874. 
Ocean Collieries, Cardiff; Zlandi- 
nam, Shrewsbury. 

Daviei, rear-adm. Georae, 8. of — 
Davies, St. Cuthbert, Wells ; b. 1800; 
m. dr. of Joseph Hmne, Somerset House ; 
served in the Mediterranean, in Algiers, 
and has greatly distinguished himself 
on the coastguard, and received the 
thanks of the country for his conduct 
in the meal riots in Banff in 1846, has 
received several gold medals, and a 
sword of honour from the French 
chamber of commerce, chief constable of 
the counties of Cambridge and Hun- 
tingdon from 1857. 
Mills Road, Cambridge. 

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Bavies, Richard, s. of R. Davies, Llan- 
gefiii, Anglesey ; b. 1818 ; m. only child 
of rev. H. Rees, Liyerpool ; hi^h sheriff 
of Carnarvon and Anglesey m 1858, 
M.p. (l.) Anglesey from 1868, a ship- 
owner at Liverpool. 
Reform ; Trehoth^ Bangor. 

BaTiei, archdeacon Richard W. Payne, 
8. of rev. Richard Davies; b. 1806; m. 
1. dr. of E. Morgan ; 2. dr. of T. Chip- 
pen Fanlconer. Newhaven, Sussex: 
M.A. Oxon., preoendary of St. David's, 
archdeacon or Brecon fhnn 1859, rector 
of Llangasty, Talyllyn, Brecon (260/.) 
from 1833. 

CourUy-Gollen^ Cfrickhowell, 

BaTiei, sir Robert Henry, k.c.s.i., s. of 
sir David Davies, k.c.h., physician to 

William IV. ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of 

Cautley : entered the Bengal civil service 
1844, chief conmiissioner of Oude 1,8 -71, 
lieut.-govemorof the Punjab from 1871, 
hon. col. Punjab rifle volunteers. 

Bayiei, lady Lucy Clementina, dr. of 5 
earl of Perth; b. 1823; m. Francis 
Henry Davies (^d.) : authoress of " Recol- 
lections of Society.** 

BaTif, sir John Francis, K.C.B., 1 hart. 
(1845) b. 1795; m. 1. dr. of col. Hum- 
frays, Bengal engineers ; 2. dr. of rev. 
T. J. Rocke, vicar of Exmouth : dep.- 
lieut. of Gloucestershire, joint commis- 
sioner Yrith lord Napier in China in 
1834, British plenipotentiary in China 
find governor of Hong Kone 1844-48. 

Athenaum; RoUy woody Westbury, 
Bristol. 

Bavy, lady Emily Rosa, sis. of 6 earl 
of Laneshorough ; b. 1845 ; m. William 
Kincombe Da«y. 

Bavyi, archdeacon Owen : m. a. Cantab. , 
canon of Peterborough (536/.^, arch- 
deacon of Northampton from 1842, rector 
of Fiskerton, Lincohi (470/.) fit)m 1846. 
PreemcU, Feterborouyh. 

Bawnay, hon. Eustace Henry, s. of 7 
vise. Downe ; b. 1850 : lieut. coldstream 
guards. 
8 Belgrave Square, 8. W. 

Bawnay, hon. Francis Herbert, s. of 7 
vise. Downe; b. 1853: lieut. 1 Staf- 
fordshire militia from 1874. 

Bawnay, hon. Geoflfrey Nicolas, s. of 7 
vise. Downe ; b. 1852 : lieut. Yorkshire 
hussar yeomanry from 1874. 



Bawnay, hon. Guy Cuthbert, s. of 7 

vise. Downe ; b. 1848. 
Bookham Grove, Leather head; 8 

Belgrave Sqttare, 8. W. 
Bawnay, hon. Lewis Payn, s. of 7 

vise. Downe ; b. 1846 : capt. coldstream 

guards. 
Bawnay, hon. Pavan, s. of 6 vise. 

Downe ; b. 1815 : high sheriff of York- 
shire in 1851. 

Oxford and Catnhridge ; Beminy-^ 

borough Hally York. 
Bawnay, hon. William Frederick, s. of 

7 vise. Downe ; b. 1851 ; capt. 1 

Staffordshire militia from 1874. 
Bawnay, hon. Lydia Frances, dr. of 6 

vise. Downe ; b. 1813. 

Bawnay, hon. Alice Isabel, b. 1855 ; 
hon. Edith Mary, b. 1856, drs. of 7 
vise. Downe. 

Bawson, hon. Anthony Lucius, s. of 1 
earl of Dartrey ; b. 1865. 

Bawson, hon. Edward Stanley, s. of 1 
earl of Dartrey ; b. 1843 : commander 
royal navy, commander of the ** Dwarf'* 
from 1874. 
30 Om-zon Street, Mayfair, W.] 

Bawson, hon. Richard Maitland Wea- 
tenra, s. of 1 ecu*l of Dartrey ; b. 1845 ; 
ex -capt. grenadier guards, ex-capt. 92 ft. 
30 Curzon Street, Mayfair, W. 

Bawson, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 1 
baron Lurgan; b. 1823; m. Robert 
Peel Dawson (eld. s. of rt. hon. George 
Dawson, m.p., by dr. of sir Robert Peel^ 
1 bart.), b. 1818, m.a. Oxon., ex-capt 
grenadier guards, dep.-lieut. of London- 
derry and high sheriff in 1850, lord- 
lieut. of Londonderry from 1870, m.p. 
(c.) Londonderry 1859-74. 

darlton; Moyola Park, London-- 
derry. 

Bay, bp. ; vide Cashel. 

Beakin, James Henry, s. of col. James 
Henry Deakin, Warrington Park, Corn- 
wall, hon. col. 33 Lancauiire rifle volun- 
teers; b. 1849; m. dr. of John W. 
Makin, The Brook, Sandbach: called to 
the bar 1873, m.p. (o.) Launoeston from 
1874. Warrington Park, Lmtnceston, 
Cbmwall; The Hollies, Snaresbrook. 

Beane, hon. Matthew James Hastings, 
8. of 3 baron Muskerry ; b. 1831 : ez- 
lieut. 4 dragoon guards. 

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J>Miie, hon. mrs. Lucy, sis. of 6 vise. 
Falmouth; b. 1827; m. major Bonar 
Millett DeanO) ex-maj. 18 ft., military 
secretary to governor of Bombay (sir 
P. Wodehous^ from 1872. 

Deane, lady. Harriet, dr. of major 
Williams. Cheltenham ; m. sir Thomas 
Deane (a.), a well-known architect in 
Cork, high sheriff of Cork in 1830 and 
in 1851, and president of the royal 
Hibernian academy. 

lAmgford Terrace^ Monkstoum, Dub- 
lin; Jbundainon Castle^ Cork. 

Deal, sir David, k.o.b., s. of Francis 
Deas, of Falkland, Fife, and bro. of 
lord Deas; b. 1807 ; m. dr. of William 
Hepburn: principal medical officer of 
the naval forces in the Black sea during 
the Russian war, and also in the Chinese 
war, inspector-general of hospitals and 
fleets 1856-72, officer of the legion of 
honour, knight of the Me^jidie. 

United Service; 40 Pembridge VilUUf 
Weetboume OrovCj W. 

I^eas, -lord, sir George Deas, s. of 
Francis Deas, of Falkland, and bro. of 
rir David Deas; b. 1804; m. 1. dr. of 
Sylvester Reid ; 2. widow of sir Benja- 
min Fonseca Outram, m.d., cousin of 
lieut.-gen. sir James Outram, 1 bart. : 
M.A. Edinburgh, called to the ScoU'h 
bar 1828. advocate-depute 1840-41, 
1846-61, sheriff of Ross and Cromarty 
1850-61, solicitor-general for Scotland 
1851-63, a lord of session from 1863. 

Z2HeriotBow, Edinburgh; Hartwood 
Sill, Lanark ; Fittendrexch, Lasewade. 

Deaie, Edmund Gerald, s. of G. Dease, 
of Turbotston; b. 1829; m. dr. of 
Henry Grattan, m.p. : high sheriff of 
Uueen's co. in 1859, m.p. (l.) Queen's 
CO. from 1870. 

Stafford; Eath Souse, Ballyhrittas, 
Queens Co. 

SMfy, rt. hon. Richard, ll.d., p.c. 
(Irel.), s. of Richard Deasy, Clonakilty, 
Cork ; b. 1812 ; m. Monica, dr. of Hugh 
O'Connor, Sackville Street, Dublin: m.a. 
Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1836, 
queen's counsel 1849, solicitor-general for 
fi-dand 1869-60, attomev-general 1860- 
61, M.p. Cork county 1866-61, a baron 
of the Irish exchequer (3688/.) from 
1861. 

Beform; 184 Oreat Brunswick 
Street, Dublin; Carysfort, Blackrock, 
Dublin, 



De Bathe, major-gen. sir Henry Per- 
cival, 4 bart. (1801) b. 1823 ; m. Chur- 
lotte, dr. of Willisjn Clare: served in 
the Crimea, lieut.-col. h.p. Soots fusilier 
guards, conunanding the northern divi- 
sion from 1874. 

United Service; Kingstoum, Ladff' 
rathyMeath; Wood End, Chichester; 
41 Bbrtman Square ; 3 Morpeth Ter- 
race, Victoria Street, S. W. 

De BeauYoir, dow.-lady. Letitia, dr. 
of rev. Charles Mason, rector of Sou- 
thery, and of Denver Hill, Downham ; 
m. sir John Edmund Browne de Beau- 
voir, M.P., 2 bart. 

De Blaquiere, 5 baron (1800). William 
Barnard de Blaquiere ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. 
of J. Wormald, Brockworth Manor, 
Gloucester: great alnager of Ireland, 
ex-capt. royalnavy. 

Army and Navy; Sprina/kld, 
Crawley, Sussex; Brockworth Manor, 
Gloucester; The Lawn, WhUchurch^ 
Sants, 

De Blaqniere, dow. -baroness. Eleanor, 
dr. of 1 baron Hylton ; b. 1828 ; m. as 
his second wife, 4 baron Blaquiere. 
9 Stratford Place, W. 

De Blaquidre, hon. mrs. Peter Boyle. 
Eliza, dr. of William Roper, s. of hon. 
and very rev. Henry Roper; m. hon. 
Peter Soyle de Blaquiere (rf.), chan- 
cellor of Toronto university. 

De BQrgho, dow.-lady. Catherine, dr. 
of Brooke Brasier, of Mitchell's fort, 
Cork: m. sir Richard Donnellan de 
Burgho, 4 bart. (ext.), vice-lieut. of 
Limerick 1836-64. 

IsUmd Souse, Castle Qmnell, Ltme- 
rick. 

De Buttf , lady. dr. of Francis Minchin ; 
m. gen. sir Augustus de Butts, r.b., 
K.C.H. (d.). 

Dedei, 3 baron (1812). William John 
Robert Horsley-Beresford ; b. 1811 ; ra. 
dr. of William Dent, Shortflat Tower, 
Northumberland: ex-capt. grenadier 
guards. 

Carlton,J Guards' ; Bolam Souse, 
Morpeth : The Craig, Bowness, West- 
moreland. 

De Cliflbrd, 23 baron (1299). Edward 
Southwell Russell; b. 1824; m. dr. of 
admiral sir Charles Elliot, k.o.b. : m.a. 



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Cantab., m.p. Tavistock 1847-52, dep.- 
lieut. of Leicestershire, lieut. Leicester- 
shire yeomanry from 1850. 

Kirkby-Malloryy Leicester ; 3 Carl- 
ton House Terrace. 

Be Covroy, hon. Adelaide Constance, 
dr. of 29 baron Eingsale ; b. 1855. 

Be Conrcy, hon. Florence Helena, dr. 
of 28 Baron Kingsale ; b. 1826. 

Be Conrey, hon. mrs. William. Char- 
lotte, dr. of Jacob "Weymouth^ rojral 
navy; m. hon. "William Almencus de 
Courcy, b.n. (rf.). 

Be Conrey, vice-adm. Michael, c.b., s. 
of capt. de Comvy, iln., k.t.s., and 
grandson of admiral hon. Michael de 
Courcy; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of commander 
Morris, royal navy : served in the West 
Indies in the suppression of a rebellion 
of the Jamaica negroes 1831-32, served 
on the coast of Spain, [inspecting com- 
mander of the coastguard 1844-48, go- 
vernment emigration agent at Belfast 
and Cork 1853-57. 

Be Crespigny, sir Claude, 4 hart. 
a805) bom 1847 ; m. Georgina, dr. of 
It. McEerrell : ex-lieut. 60 nfles. 

Wyvenkoe Hall^ Colchester , Essex; 
Bimrathy, Limerick, 

Be Crespigny, dow.-ladv. Mary, dr. of 
sir John lessen Tyrell, 2 hart. ; m. sir 
Claude William Champion de Cres- 
pigny, 3 hart., lieut.-coL 1 Essex rifle 
volunteers. 

68 Queen's Oate, South Kensington, 
S. W. 

Beerhorst, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Coventry). George William Coventry ; 
b. 1865. 

Be Flahanlte, hon. Georgina Gabrielle 
Elphinstone, sis. of baroness Naime. 

Be Freyne, 4 baron (1851). Arthur 
Fi-ench; b. 1854. 
French Fark, Boscommon. 

Be Orey and Bipon, earl (eld. s. of 
marq. of Ripon). Frederick Oliver 
Robinson ; b. 1852 : m .p. (l^ Ripon from 
1874, capt. commandant 27 west riding 
Yorkshire rifle volunteers from 1870. 

1 CarUon Gardens, Fall Mall; 
fitttcOey Boyal, Ripon. 

Be Orey, hon. Amald, s. of 5 baron 
Watsiagham ; b. 1856. 

Be Orey, hon. and rev. Frederick, s. 
of 4 baion Walsingham ; b. 1810 : m.a. 



Cantab., rector from 1837 of Capdoek, 
Ipswich (308/.) ; Conservative. 

Be Orey, hon. John Augustus, s. of 5 
baron Walsingham ; b. 1849 : called to 
the bar at the Lmer Temple lB74. 

Be Orey, hon. Robert Baynard, s. of 
5 baron Walsingham ; b. 1858. 

Be Orey, hon. Emily Augusta, b. 1852 ; 
hon. Beatrice, b. 1853; non. Mabel, b. 
1861 ; hon. Elizabeth Odeyne, b. 1861, 
drs. of 5 baron Walsingham. 

Be Hoghton, sir Henry, 9 bart. (1611) 
b. 1821 ; m. 1. dr. of Joseph Sandere 
(dissolved in 1849) ; 2. dr. of sir Henry 
White-Jervis, 2 bart. ; 3. dr. of Ralph 
Harvey, Lincoln's Inn: m.a. Cantab., 
dep. -lieut. of Lancashire and Car- 
diganshire, high sheriff of Cardigan^ 
shire in 1849. 

Travellers*; Hoghton Tower, and 
Walton Hall, Freston, Lancashire. 

Belaoembe, gen. Hemr Ivatt, r.m., 
C.B. : serv^ at the defence of. Cadiz^ 
in 1810. at the attack of Leghorn, re- 
tired full pay. 

19 Albion Street, Hyde Fark, W. 

Be la Feld, lady Cecil Jane, dr. of 1 
earl of Limerick ; b. 1801 ; m. count 
John Leopold Ferdinand Casimir De la 
Fold (rf.). 

18 Frine^s Terrace, Knightsbridge, 
S. JF. ; FeUknstein, Queen's Road, Rich- 
mond. 

Belamain, m^'or-gen. William Henry, 
R.A. : served in the Punjab campaign 
1848-49 at the occupation of Lahore, 
retired on full pay as col. royal Bengal 
artillery. 

Belamere, 2 baron (1821). Hugh 
Ghobnondeley ; b. 1812; m. 1. dr. of 
10 earl of ^nnoull ; 2. dr. of rt. hon. 
sir George Hamilton Seymour, o. c.b. : 
ex-lieut. 1 life guards, m.p. Denbigh- 
shire 1840-41, col. Cheshire militia from 
1840. 

Carlton; Vale Royal, Northwieh, 
Cheshire; 14 BnUon Street, Berkeley 
Square. 

Belane, maj.-gen. George : ex-lieut. - 
col. Bengal staff corps, served in the 
Punjab campaign 1848-49, including 
the battles of Chillianwallah and Goo- 
jerat, commandant governor-general's 
body-guard 1862-74. 



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De L*Iale and Dudley, 2 baron (1835). 
Philip Sidney FouHb ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. 
and heir of mr William Foulis, bart., of 
Ingleby Manor: ex-comet royal horse 
guards, dep.-lieut. of Torkshire. 

Carkon; Fenshurst PlaeCy Tun- 
bridge^ Kent ; Inglebv ManoTy North- 
allerton, Yorkshire; 3 Victoria Street, 
Westminster, S. W. 

Be Lisle, major-gen. Alfred, B.K. ; re- 
tired ftdl, pay ea col. royal Bombay 
engineers. 

De lA Warr, 7 earl of (1761). rer. 
Reginald Sackville ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of 
A. D. R. W. Baillie Cochrane, m.p. ; 
2nd tit. baron West : m.a. Oxon., rector 
of Withyham, Essex, 1840-66, chap- 
lain to the Queen 1846-70, high steward 
of Stratford-on-Avon from 1871, vice- 
lieut. of Cambridgeshire from 1874. 

Carlton; Buckhurst Fark, Tunbridge 
Wells; Bourfte Rouse, Royston, Cam- 
bridge. 

De U Zonehe, 15 baron (1308). Robert 
Nathaniel Cecil Curson ; b. 1861. 

Farham Fark, Steyning, Sussex; 
Hagky, Staffordshire; 24 Arlington 
Street, FiecadUly, 

Bel Balio, dnchess. lady Mary Dorothy, 
dr. of 4 earl of Orford ; b: 1842 ; m. 
di^e del Balzo, grandee of Spain. 

Belyin, boron (eld. s. of earl of West- 
moath). William Nu^nt; b. 1832; 
m. dr. of Andrew William Blake, Fur- 
bouffh, Galway: ex-capt. 9 ft., served 
in me Crimea. 

Be Maiiley, 2 baron (1888). Charles 
Frederick Ashley Cooper Ponsonby ; b. 
1815 ; m. cousin, dr. of 4 earl of Bess- 
borough: M.p. (l.) Poole 1837-47, Dun- 
ganran 1861-62. ^ , 

Travellers', JFhit^s; Langford 
Mouse, Leehlade, 



Be Koleyns, hon. Arthur William, 8. 

of 4 baron Ventry; b. 1864. 
Be Koleyni, hon. Alored Edward, s. 

of 3 baron Ventrv : b.l836 ; Kent. Kerry 

militia from 1872. 
Be Xoleyiis, hon. Denis John, s. of 3 

baron Yentry ; b. 1844 : lieut. 23 ft. 
Be Koleyni, hon. Frederick Rossmore 

Wauchope, eld. s. of 4 baron Ventry ; 

b. 1861. 



Be Kolevne, hon. Frederick William, 

s. of 3 baron Ventry ; b. 1836 : ensign 

Glamorganshire mihtia. 

Be Koleyns, hon. Frances, b. 1862 ; 

hon. Hersey Alice, b. 1866; hon. 

Mildred, b. 1867 ; hon. , b. 1870 ; 

hon. , b. 1871, drs. or 4 baron 

Ventry. 
Be Kontmorenej, hon. Albert Bon- 
chard, 8. of 4 vise. Mountmorres; b. 
1840: capt. royal (Madras) artillery, 
adjutant D brigade, royal horse artillery. 
Be Kontmorenoy, hon. Arthur Hill 
Trevor, s. of 4 vise. Mountmorres ; b. 
1846: B.A.Dublin. 
Be Kontmorenoy, hon. Francis Ray- 
mond, 8. of 4 vise. Moimtmorres: o. 
1836: m. dr. of lieut. -col. Echlin 
Matthew, White Abbey, Antrim : b.a. 
Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1863. 
Wimotmt, Shankill, Dublin. 
Be Kontmorenoy, hon. Raymond 
Harvey, eld. s. of 2 vise. Frankfort de 
Montmorency; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of lieut- 
gen. sir John Michel, k.c.b. : aide-de- 
camp to the commander of the forces in 
the Windward islands in 1861, major 
32 ft. 
Be Kontmorency, hon. William 
Browne, eld. s. of 5 vise. Mountmorres; 
b. 1872. 
Be Kontmoreney, hon. Victoria, dr. of 

4 vise. Mountmorres ; b. 1837. 
Be Kontmorenoy, hon. Victoria, b. 
1866; hon. Harriet Evelyn, b. 1867, 
drs. of 6 vise. Mountmorres. 
Be Kontmorenoy, hon. mrs. Henrietta, 
dr. of 1 vise. Guillamore ; b. 18 — ; m. 
John de Montmorency (</.), of Castle 
Morres, Kilkenny. 
77 St. George's Square, S. W. 
Benbigh, 8 earl of (1622). Rudolph 
WilUam Basil Feilding ; b. 1823 ; m. 1. 
dr. of David Pennant, of Downing, 
Flint; 2. dr. of Robert Berkeley, 
Spetchley Park, Worcester; 2nd tit. 
vise. Feilding: m.a. Cantab., cajpt. 
Warwickshire yeomanry 1849-62, high 
sheriff of Flintshire in I860. lieut.-col. 
1 Flintshire rifle volunteers from 1873. 

CktrUon ; Douming, Holywell, North 
Wales ; Neumham Faddox, Rugby; 49 
Baton Square. 
Benham, vice-adm. sir Henry Mangles, 
P.R.8.; b. 1806; employed for thirty 
years of his service in the construction 



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of charts, a brother of the Trinity 

house. 
Senior United Service; 21 Carlton 

ItoadyMaida Vale, N,W, 
Beniaon, sir Edmund Beckett, Q.C., 4 

bart. (1813) vide Beckett 
Denifon, Christopher Beckett, s. of sir 

Edmund Becket. 4 bart; b. 1825: in 

the Bengal civil service 1845-68, m.p. 

(c.) Torkahire west riding east division, 

from 1868. 

Carlton ; Orimthorpe^ Doneaster, 

Deniaon, archdeacon George Anthony, 
s. of John Denison, Ossington, and bro. 
of vise Ossington ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. of 
rt. hon. Joseph Warner Henley, m.p. : 
M.A. Oxon., prebendary of "WeUs, arch- 
deacon of Taunton from 1851, vicar 
from 1845 of £ast Brent, Highbridge, 
Somerset (1000/.). 

Danifon, William Evelyn, r.a., s. of 
lieut-gen. sir William Denison, k.o.b.. 
mvemor of New South Wales and or 
Madras, and nephew of late vise. 
Ossington, b. 1843 : lieut royal horse 
artillery, m.p. (c.) Nottingham from 
1874. N / «-© 

Deniion, hon. Albert Denison Somer- 
ville, s. of 1 baron Londesborough ; b. 
1835; m. dr. of Antonio Fabris, Spring- 
croft, Beckenham : capt royal navy. 
43 CuTMon Street, Mayfair, W, 

Denison, hon. Conyngh&m Albert, s. 
of 1 baron Londesborough; b. 1851: 
lieut royal navy. 

Denison, hon. Evelyn Albert, s. of 1 
baron Londesborough ; b. 1859. 

Denison, hon. Harold Albert, ilk., s. 
of 1 baron Londesborough ; b. 1856. 

Denison, hon. Henry Charles, s. of 1 
baron Londesborough; b. 1849: lieut. 
royal artillery. 
8 Carlton Home Terrace, 

Denison, hon. William Francis Henry, 
eld. s. of 2 baron Londesborough ; o. 
1864. 

Denison, hon. Edith Henrietta, b. 
1866; hon. Lilian, b. 1867; hon. Ida, 

b. 1869; hon. , b. 1872, drs. of 2 

banm Londesborough. 

Denison^ hon. mrs. Helen, dr. of 3 
baron Feversham ; b. 1831 ; m. William 
Beckett Denison (s. of sir Edmund 
penison] Beckett), b. 1826, a partner 
m the firm of Beckett and Co., bankers 



at Leeds, capt. Torkshire hussars from 
1861. 

Junior Carlton; Meanwood Park, 
Leeds. 

Denison, lady. Caroline, dr. of adm. 
sir Phipps Hornby, o.c.B. ; m. lieut- 
gen. sir William iDenison, k.o.b. {dX, 
Sivemor of New South Wales 1854-60, 
adras 1863-66, bro. of rifht hon. vise. 
Ossington, speaker of the house of 
commons 18^-72. 
Vpper Sheen, 5. W. 
Denman, 2 baron (1834). Thomas 
Denman, b. 1805; m. 1. dr. of rev. T. 
Boe, and niece of Sir Howard Elphin- 
stone, 1 bart. ; 2. Marion, niece of gen. 
sir John AitohiBon, o.c.B. : called to the 
bar 1830, associate to his father when 
chief justice of the Queen's bench. 

Stony Middleton. Sheffield; Stoke 
House, Market Harborough, Leicester. 

Denman, hon. sir George, s. of 1 baron 
Denman ; b. 1819 ; m. Charlotte, dr. of 
Samuel Hope, Liverpool: m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar 1846, queen's counsel 
1861, counsel to Cambndge university 
1857-72, m.p. (l.) Tiverton 1859-65, 
1866-72, judge in the common pleas 
(5000^.) from 1872. 

Brooks', At henaum; 11 Falace Gate, 
Kensington, W, 

Denman, hon. and rev. Lewis William, 
8. of 1 baron Denman ; b. 1821 ; m. 1. 
dr. of Thomas Eden (cous. of lord 
Auckland) ; 2. dr. of col. Henry 
Armytago, coldstream guards: m.a. 
Cantkb., rector of Washington, Durham, 
1848-61, from 1861, of Willian, Hitchin, 
Herts (600/.). 

Denman, hon. Richard, s. of 1 baron 
Denman; b. 1814; m. dr. of Hugh 
Jones, LarkhilL Lancashire : m.a. Can- 
tab., called to the bar 1838, clerk of the 
crown on the home circuit maj. 1 Sus- 
sex rifle volunteers from 1863, heir pres. 
to his brother. 

10 Kind's Bench Walk, Temple; 
Drove, Chichester. 

Denman, hon. mrs. Joseph, dr. of Jessie 
Watts Russell, Ham Hall, Staffordshire ; 
m. adm. hon. J. Denman, f.r.s., com- 
mander-in-chief in the Pacific 1860-65. 

Dennis, mai.-gen. James Bei\JRaiin, 
R.A., s. of Thomas Stratford Dennis, of 
Fort Granite, Wicklow; b. 1818 ;m. 
Eily, dr. of William B. Drurj-, Bowdon 

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Park. Rathfarnham : retired on ftill pay 
as col. 

BeimiB, lient.-^n. John Leslie, c.B. : 
served in China and in the Indian 
mutiny, col. 51 ft. from 1874. 
38 Victoria Road, KensingtoHy W. 

Bennifl, lady. Sarah Lucia, dr. of Hngh 
Lawton, dork ; m. maj.-gen. sir James 
Dennis, k.c.b. (d,). 

Benny, sir Edward, 4 bart. (1782) b. 
1796 : high sheriff of Kerry in 1829. 

The Castle, Tralee, Kerry; 31 The 
Orove, BoUonSy SotUh Kenatngton. 

Dennyi, maj.-gen. Edward L. : for- 
merly in the Eengal army. 

Bent, lady Beaujolais Eleanora, dr. of 
2 earl of Charleville ; b. 1824 ; m. Has- 
tings Dent (rf.), 8. of John Dent, m.p., of 
Barton cliff, Hants. 

20 Thurloe Square, South Kensing' 
ton. 

Bent, lady Selina Arabella, dr. of 11 
earl of Huntingdon ; b. 1807 ; m. rear- 
adm. Charles Calmady Dent {d.), grand- 
son of adm. sir Digby Dent. 

Benys, sir George William, 2 bart. 
(1813) b. 1811; m. dr. of Henry M. 
Perceval : ex-lieut. 68 ft., dep.-Iieut. of 
Toikshire, maj. 1 north nding rifle 
volunteers fVom 1861. 

Junior United Service; Dragcott 
Sail J Richmond^ Yorkshire, 

Berby, 1 5 earl of ( 1 485). Edward Henry 
Smith Stanley, f.r.s., d.c.l., p.c. ; b. 
1826 ; m. dr. of 5 earl de la Warr, and wid. 
of 2 marq. of Salisbury ; 2nd tit. baron 
Stanley: m.a. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of 
Lancashire, under-secretary for foreign 
affairs in 1852, secretary for the colomes 
in 1858, secretary of state for India 
1858-59, for foreign affkirs 1866-68, and 
from 1874, M.p. King's Lynn 1848-69, 
a senator of London umveraity, lord 
rector of Glasgow university 1868-71, 
and of Edinburgh university horn 1874. 
Carlton; 23 St. Jameses Square; 
Knowsleg, Prescot, Lancashire. 

Berby, dow.-coonteiss of. Emma Oaro- 
line, dr. of 1 baron Skelmersdale ; b. 
1805 ; m. 14 earl of Derby, k.o., three 
times prime minister. 

15 Cromwell Road, South Kensington. 

Berby, archdeacon of (Lich.) (200^) ; 

vide E. Balston. 
Bering, sir Edward Cholmeley, 8 bart 

(1626) b. 1807 ; m. dr. of 2 baron Ken- 



sington : dep.-lieut. of Kent, m.p. (l.) 
Romney 1831-82, east Kent 1852-57, 
1863-68, ex-col. east Kent yeomanry. 

Travellers* ; Snrrenden-Jbering, Ash- 
ford, Kent ; 15 Fortman Square, W. 

Be Siniey, maj.-gen. George Augustus 
Frederick, r. a., s. of Thomas de mnzey , 
of Clobemon, Wexford, high sheriff in 
1809 ; b. 1811 ; retired full pay as col. 

Be Em, 21 baron (1264). Dudley 
Charles de Ros ; b. 1827 ; m. dr. of 2 earl 
of Wilton : premier baron of England, 
lieut.-col. 1 life guards 1861-72, equeny 
to Prince Albert 1855-61, to the Queeii 
1868-74, a lord in waiting from 1874. 

Stratlaford, Dowfipatriek, Down ; 
36 Far/c Street, Oroavettor Square^ W. 

Be Soi, hon. Mary Frances, dr. of 21 
baron de Ros ; b. 1854. 

Be Bottenbnrg, col. George, c.b. : served 
in Canada during the rebellion, ex-maj. 
100 ft. 

Berry, 46 bp. of (1158) and 55 bp. of 
Kaphoe (930). rt. rev. William Alex- 
anaer, d.d., s. of rev. prebend. Alexander 
of Aghadoe, and nephew of bp. Alexan- 
der of Meath ; b. 1824 ; m. ar. of maj. 
Humphries, Tyrone : m.a. Oxon., dean 
of Emly 1864-67, select preacher at 
Oxford university 1871-72, bp. of Derry 
from 1867. 
AthetKCum ; The Palace, Berry. 

Be Balis, maj.-gen. Rodolph, c.b., s. of 
Jerome Fane, count de Salis, d.l.. by 
dr. of bp. Foster, of Kilmore ; b. 1811 : 
lieut.-col. h.p. 8 hussars, served in the 
Crimea, and commanded the regiment 
at the fall of Scbastopol, commanded the 
cavalry at the canture of Kertch, served 
in Rajpootana and central India 1867-59, 
knight of the legion of honour, and of 
the Medjidic. 

Dawleg Court, Uxbridgc ; Teffont 
Manor, Salisbury. 

§tBeiart, 4 earl of (1793). William 
Ulick O'Connor Cuffe ; b. 1845 ; m. dr. 
of T. H. Preston, Moreby, Yorkshire ; 
2nd tit. vise. Castlecuffe: page of 
honour to the Queen 1856-62, ex-capt. 
grenadier guards. 

Guards*, Carlton ; Dcsart House, 
Kilkenny. 

Beeart, dow. -countess of. Elizabeth 
Lucy, dr. of 1 eari of Cawdor ; b. 1822 ; 
m. 3 earl of Desart. 

25 Chesham Flace, Bekrave Square; 
Sheen Eltna, Mortlake^ Surrey. 

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DoSaiimarei,3baron(1831). John St. 
Vincent Saumarex ; b. 1806 ; m. 1. dr. of 
William Rhodes^ Bramhope Hall, Tork- 
ahire ; 2. dr. of William Hopkins Northey, 
Oying, Bucks: ez-lieut.-col. 16 lancers. 
Junior United Service; Montpelier 
Lodge^ Cheltenham: SautnareZyyuern- 
sey ; 41 Prince* 8 Oate^ South Kerning- 
ton. 

De Sanmarei, maj.-gen. George, com- 
manding the Peg:u diyision in Madras 
from 1869. Madras infantry. 

Desborongh, coL John, r. a., c. b. : served 
inChmal860. 

Dei Pallidres, hon. mrs. Caroline, dr. of 
14 baron Teynham; b. 1800; m. le 
chevalier Martin dee Pallidres (ef.)^ 

Des VoBUZ, sir Henry, 5 bart. (1787) 
b. 1824 ; m. bidy AUce, dr. of 2 earl of 
Wilton ! B.A. Oxon. 

Travelleri^ ; 4 Great Cumberland 
Place, Bryanaton Square, W, 

Bes VoBUX, lady Alice ; b. 1842 ; tricfe 
sir Henry dee Vodux. 

Des VflBUZ, lady Cecilia, dr. of ISmarq. 
of Winchester ; b. 1806 ; m. sir Charles 
Des VoBux, 2 bart. 
104 Eaton Square. 

Dei VoBUZ, lady Sophia, dr. of 7 earl of 
Coventry ; b. 1801 ; m. 1. sir Robert 
Greeley, 8 bart. ; 2. lieut.-col. sir Henry 
Des YoBux, 3 bart., gentleman usher to 
the Queen. 

39 Berkeley Square; DrakehwCy 
Burton-on- Trent. 

Be Tabley, 2 baron (1826). Geoige 
Warren, p.c.:b. 1811; m. 1. sis. of 
maj.-gen. de Salis, c.b. ; 2. widow of 
James Smith Barry, of Marbury, Che- 
shire: dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, a lord in 
waiting to the Queen 1853-58, 1859-66, 
treasurer of the household 1868-72, 
lieut.-ool. commandant Cheshire yeo- 
manry from 1847. 

Carlton; Tabley House, Knutaford, 
Cheshire; 12 Upper Belarave Street. 

De Trafford, sir Humphrey, 2 bart. 
(184n b. 1808 ; m. lady Mary Annette, 
sis. or 17 earl of Shrewsbiuy : educated 
at Oscott Roman catholic college, ex- 
lieut. royal drains, de^.-lieut. of 
Lancashire and high sheriff m 1861. 
Carlton ; Trafford Park, Manchester. 

De TrafBord, lady Mary; b. 1834 ; vide 
sir H. de Trafford. 

De Vere, sir Vere Edmund, 3 bart. 
(1784) b. 1808; m. dr. of William 



Standish, Scaleby Castle, Cumberland : 
M.A. Dublin, dep.-lieut. of Limerick. 

Curraah Chase, Adare, Limerick; 
Olangoole, Tipperary. 

Deverenz, hon. Eustace, s. of 15 vise. 
Hereford ; b. 1849 : ensign 87 ft. 

Deyereaz, maj.-cen. hon. Georee Tal- 
bot, R.A., s. of 14 vise. Hereford ; b. 
1818 ; m. dr. of lieut.-col. James Mac- 
donald, and widow of hon. Artliur 
Annesley: served in the Kaffir war 1852. 

Deyereaz, hon. Henry de Bohun, s. of 
15 vise. Hereford; b. 1848. 

Beverenz, hon. Humphrey de Bohun, s. 
of 14 vise. Hereford ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of 
sir £dmund Antrobus, 2 bart. : in the 
Bengal civil service 182^-56, a magistrate 
for Herefordshire. 

Conservative; Sightpood, Leominster, 

Beverenz, hon. Robert Charles, eld. s. 
of 16 vise. Hereford ; b. 1865. 

Beverenz, hon. Eleanor Mary, b. 1868 ; 
hon.Muriel, b.l866; hon. Lilian,b. 1870 ; 

hon. , b. 1873, drs. of 16 vise. 

Hereford. 

Beverenz, hon. mrs. Walter. Adelaide, 
dr. of Hugh Robert Hughes, of Bache 
Hall, bro. of 1 baron Dinorben; m. 
rear-adm. hon. Walter Devereux, m.p. 



''■L 



'iddlewoody Say, Brecon. 

§tBe Veici, 3 vise. (1776). Thomas 
Yesev ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of 11 earl of 
Pembroke: m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of 
Queen's county, m.p. Queen s co. 1835- 
1837, 1841-52. 

Carlton; Abbey leix. Queen's Co.; 4 
Carlton Mouse Terrace, Pall Mall, 
S.W. 

Bevon, 11 earl of (1553). William 
Reginald Courtenay, d.o.l., p.c. ; b. 
1807 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 1 earl Fortescue ; 
2nd tit. vise. Courtenay: m.a. Oxon., 
M.p. south Devon 1841-47, dep.-lieut. 
of Devon, secretary to the poor law 
board 1852-58, chancellor of the duchy 
of Lancaster 1866-67, president of the 
poor law board 1867-68. 

Carlton ; Powderham Castle, Teign' 
inouth, Devon; The Moult ^^Kings" 
bridge ; 32 Lowndes Square, IF. 

Bevon, dow. -countess of. Elizabeth, dr. 
of rev. John Middleton Scott, of Ballv- 
gannon, Wicklow ; m. as his second wife^ 
10 earl of Devon. 



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I^onihire, 7 duke of (1694). William 
Cayendish, f.r.s., d.c.l., ll.d., k.o. ; 
b. 1808 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 6 earl of Carlisle ; 
2nd tit. marq. of Hartington: m.a. 
Cantab, and second wrangler in 1829, 
dep.-lieut. of Lancashire, and lord-lieut. 
1857-58, lord-lieut. of Derbyshire from 
1858, M.p. Cambridge university 1829- 
'<iO, north Derbyshire 1832-34. when he 
succeeded his father as earl of Burling- 
ton, a senator of London university and 
chancellor 1836-56, chancellor of Cam- 

^ bridge university from 1862. Devoti- 
ahirty Oxford and Cambridge; Chats* 
worthy Derby ; Bolton Abbey ^ Skipton, 
Yorkshire ; ffolker Souse, Lancashire; 
Compton Flaee, Eastbourne; Lismore 
CastU, Waterford; n Ficeadilly, W, 

B'Eynoonrt, rear-adm. Edwin Clayton 
Tennyson, s. of rt. hon. Charles Tenny- 
son d'E>-ncourt; b. 1813; m. lady 
Henrietta, dr. of 4 duke of Newcastle : 
sen-ed in China in 1841, commanded a 
division of ships at the entrance of the 
gulf of Finland during the Crimean 
war. 

United Service; 66 Warwick Square , 
Belgrave Road, S. W. ; Bayotis manor , 
Lincoln. 

B'Eynoonrt, G^eorge Hildeyard Tenny- 
son, C.M.O., s. of rt. hon. C. Tennyson 
d*Eyncourt; b. 1809: dep.-lieut. of 
Lincolnshire. 

Bayons Manor, and Usselby Sail, 
Lincolnshire. 

D'Eynoonrt, lady Henrietta ; b. 1819 ; 
rule rear-adm. E. C. T. d'Eyncourt. 

Dick, sir Charles William Hockaday, 
9 bart. (1642) b. 1802; m. dr. of 
George Cnassereau, Brighton. 
J*ort Mall, Brighton. 

Diok, general Alexander: served in 
Java 181 1 . Bengal in&ntry . 

Diok, maj.-gen. Frands, b.a.: retired 
full pay as col. 

Dick, lieut.-gen. Hope : served in Re- 
wah 1813, in the Mahratta and Pindaree 
war 1817-18, commanded 56 Bengal 
native infanlsry at the battle of Maha- 
rajpore in 1843. Bengal in£uitry. 

Dick, major-gen. Wm. Abercromby : 
ex-lieut.-col. Bombay staff corps, served 
with 3 Bombay cavalry in Upper Scinde 
1846, and with the central India field 
force 1858-59. 



Dick, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam,, 
eld. s. of W. Hoare Hume, m.p., by sis. 
of Quintin Dick, m.p. ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. 
of Robert Chaloner, Gmsborough, York- 
shire: assumed the name of Dick in 
1864, dep.-Ueut. of Wieklow, and high 
sheriff in 1844, m.p. (c.) Wieklow ftx)m* 
1862. 

Carlton ; Sackville Street Clubjyub- 
lin; Hume Wood, Baiting lass, Wiek- 
low. 

Diokeni, col. Arthur Davies, c.b. : ser- 
ved in the Indian mutiny, and in the 
Hazara expedition of lo6S, assistant- 
commissary-general, Ben^l, from 1868. 
48 Oloucester Crescent, Myde Park, W. - 

Dickeni, col. Craven Hildesley, R.A., 
C.8.I.: secretary to government of India 
in public works department. 

DiokenBoii, hon. mrs. Emily Dulcibella, 
dr. of 3 baron Auckland ; b. 1832 ; m. 
Edmund Henry Dickenson. 

Dickey, maior-gen. Edward John : for- 
merly in me Bengal arm^. 

Dickini, lady Frances Elizabeth, dr. of 
1 marq. of Northampton ; b. 1791 ; m. 
Charles Scrase Dickms, b. 1794, dep. 
Ueut. of Sussex. 
Coolhurst, Horsham. 

Dickinson, sir John Nodes, s. of Nodes 
Dickinson, staff-surgeon; b. 1807; m. 
dr. of capt. Jauncey, r.n., Dartmouth : 
m.a. Cantab., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1840, judge of the supreme- 
court of New South Wales 1844-61. 
Windham. 

Dickinson, migor WiUiam, c.s.i. : ex- 
major 8 Bombay native infSmtryj second 
in command of 3 Scinde horse m Raj- 
pootana 1859. 

Dickinson, major-sen. William Price, 
R.4. : served m Persia 1856-57, retired 
frdl pay as col. royal Bengal engi- 
neers. 

Dickinson, hon. mrs. Ursula Elizabeth, 
dr. of 1 baron Londesborough ; b. 1848 ;. 
m. rev. George Cockbum Dickinson, 
curate of St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington,. 
1866-68, of Holy Trinity, Haverstock 
Hill, 1868-69, of St. George's, Hanover 
Square, 1869-70, domestic chaplain to 1 
baron Athlumney, curate, from 1872, of 
Whitby. 

Dickinson, lady. Anne, dr. of James 
Stoyt, Gloucester Street, Dublin ; m. sir 
Drury Jones Dickinson {d.), high sheriff 
of Dublin in 1833. 
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Bioksoii, sir Alexander Collingwood, 
6 bart (1802} b. 1810; m.AmelmCaro- 
line Beauclerk Whimper: ex-capt. royal 
navy. 

United Service; Sydenham^ Sox- 
burgh. 

Diokson, major-gen. sir Collingwood, 
R.A., V.C., K.C.B., s. of major-gen. sir 
Alexander Dickson, o.c.b. ; b. 1818 ; 
m. Harriet, dr. of rev. T. Bumaby. 
Blakeeley : served on the north coast of 
Spain 1837-39, at Constantinople 1841- 
45, in the Crimea where he commanded 
the right siege train, aide-de-camp to 
the Queen 1865-66, knight of the legion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, assistant- 
adjutant-gen. of royal artillery in Ire- 
land 1856-62, inspector-gen. of artillery 
at head-auarters from 1870. 

Unitea Service; Eastrop HoutCy 
Basingatoke, 

Diekgon, sir Joseph Ritchie Lyon, M. D., 

L 8. of J. Dickson, k.n., Dalkeith, sur- 

' geon-maior and chief of the medical 
staff to the regent of Tripoli : physician 
to the British legation in Persia from 
1847, commander of the lion and sun. 
Teheran^ Persia. 

Diokson, n-ar-adm. John Bourmester, 
C.B., s. of vioe-adm. sir "W. Dickson, 3 
bart. ; b. 1816 ; m. 1. dr. of T. Poynder ; 
2. dr. of W. Frampton, Frome : served 
in the Chinese war, 1839. 

BieksoB, Alexander George, s. of George 
Dickson, Belcher, Berwick ; b. 1834 ; m. 
dr. of hon. and rev. William Eden, and 
widow of lord North (mother of 7 earl 
of Guildford) : ex-major 13 hussars, 
served in the Crimea and in the Indian 
mutinv, m.p, (c.) Dover from 1865. 

CarltoHf Army and Navy, Junior 
United Service; Waldertkare Park, 
Dover. 

Diokgon, Thomas Alexander, s. of 
James Dickson, merchant. Dungannon ; 
b. 1833; m. dr. of John McGeagh, 
Cookstown, Tyrone: a merchant and 
linen manufacturer at Dungannon, m.p. 
(h.r.) Dungannon from 1874. 

Reform; MilUotcn House, Dungan- 
non, 

Diekion, hon. mrs. Frances Sophia, dr. 
of 2 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 1837 ; m. David 
Scott Dickson^ w.s.^ admitted a writer 
to the signet m Edmburgh 1856, part- 
ner in ^e firm of Thomson, Dickson, 
and Shaw, 1 Thistle Court ; Afton 
Lodge, Ferry Road, Edinburgh. 



Biokioii, hon. mrs. Looisa Charlotte, 
dr. of 2 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 1826 ; m. Tho- 
mas Goldie Dickson, c.a., admittcHl a 
chartered accoimtant 1854, partner in 
the firm of Dickson and Armitage, 
ZNorth St. David Street; 34 YorkPiace, 
Edinburgh. 

Diokson, dow.-lady Emma, dr. of Wil- 
liam Knyvett ; m. coL sir Colpoys Dick- 
son, 4 bart. 

Diokson, dow.-lady. Laura, dr. of col. 
Lewis Northey, Llangwathan, Pem- 
broke ; m. 1. vice-adm. sir William 
Dickson, 3 bart. ; 2. Henry Duckwoith 
Powell-Montgomery, b. 1820, ex-csipt. 
grenadier guards, dep.-lieut. of Berkn. 

Guards*, Arthur' s ; Wilverley Park^ 
Lyndhurst, Hants, 

Digby, 9 baron (1765). Edward St. 
Vincent Digby ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. {d.) of 
3 earl of Ilchester (bedchamber woman 
to the Queen 1840-56) : ex-lieut. 9 lan- 
cers, lieut.-col. Dorset yeomanry from 
1856. 

Junior United Service; Sherb'nne 
Castle, Dorchester; 39 Belgrave Square, 
S.W. 

Digby, hon. Almarus Eenelm, s. of 9 
baron Digby ; b. 1850. 
39 JBelgrave Square, S. W. 

Digby, capt hon. Edward Henry Tm- 
falgar, eld. s. of 9 baron Digby; b. 1846: 
lieut. Coldstream guards, adjutant from 
1874. 
39 Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Digby, hon. Everard Charles, s. of 9 
baron Digby ; b. 1852 : capt. grenatlier 
guards. 39 Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Digby, hon. Gerald Fitzmaurice, K.K., 
s. of 9 baron Digby ; b. 1858. 

Digby, hon. and rev. Kenelm, bro. of 
9bar<Hi Digby; b. 1811; m. 1. dr. of 
EdwGurd Shepphard; 2. dr. of rev. Henry 
T. Lee : m.a. Oxon., hon. canon of Nor- 
wich from 1858, rector, from 1835, of 
TitteshaU, Litcham, Norfolk (681/.). 

Digby, hon. Mary Thei-esa, dr. of 9 
baron Digby ; b. 1848. 

Digby, hon. mrs. Caroline, dr. of 1 
baron Belper; m. Kenelm Edward 
Digby {%. of hon. and i-ev. Eenelm 
Digby), b. 1836, m.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at Lincoln*s Inn 1865, Vinerian 
law reader in Oxford univ. 1868-74. 

1 Paper Buildings, Temjfle ; 25 
Quecnsberry Place, South Kensington. 

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rty, lady Emily, sis. of 6 earl of 
Lanesborough ; b. 1807 ; m. capt. G«orge 
Somerville Digby (rf.), s. of col. hon. 
Stephen Digby. 

IKgby, col. George Stephen, R.M.A., 
c.B. : served in command of roval marine 
artillery at Sebastopol, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie. 

Digby, Kenelm Thomas, s. of Kenelm 
H. Digby (s. of dean of Clonfert) ; b. 
1843 ; m. dr. of W. Groesbeck, Cincin- 
nati, United States : m.p. (l.) Queen's 
CO. 1868-74. (h.r.) from 1874. 

21 Qtteen^s Gate Place, South Ken- 
iington. 

Dilke, sir Charles Wentworth, 2 hart. 
(1862) b. 1843 ; m. dr. {d,) of Arthur Gore 
Sheil : ll.b. Cantab., called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple 1866, proprietor 
and editor of the "Athenajum." and of 
" Notes and Queries,*' m.p. (l.) Chelsea 
from 1868. 
Reform ; 76 Sloane Street, S. W. 

Dillon, 16 vise. (1622). Theobald Do- 
minick Lee Dillon; b. 1811 ; m. dr. of 
Alexander Hanna : ex-lient. 60 rifles. 

Travellera* ; Bitchley Fork, Albttry, 
Oxon,; Loughglynn Houte^Roseotnmoft, 

Dillon, sir John, 6 bart (1801) b. 
1806 :m. dr. of Thomas Fox, Beamin- 
ster, Dorset ; a baron of the holy Roman 
empire (1782), ex-capt. 32 ft., major 
Meath county militia from 1854. 
LwnuUen, Navan, Meath. 

Dillon, hon. Arthur Edmund Denis, s. 
of 13 vise. Dillon ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of 
J. Adderley: formerly a clerk in the 
home office, fellow of the zoological 
society. 
17 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Dillon, hon. Luke Gerald, eld. s. of 3 
baron Clonbrock; b. 1834; m. hon. 
Augusta, dr. of 1 baron Crofton : m.a. 
Oxon., 2nd secretary at Vienna 1862-63. 
private secretary to viceroy of Ireland 
(duke of Abercom) 1866-68, and from 
1874. 
Dillon, maj. hon. Robert Villiers, R.A., 
s. of 3 baron Clonbrock ; b. 1838 ; m. 
dr. of Adam Steuart Gladstone : served 
at the capture of Canton in 1857. 
Dillon, hon. Caroline Anastasia, b. 
1837; hon. Helen Isabella, b. 1840; 
hon. Louisa Emilia, b. 1841 ; hon. Fanny 
Letitia, b. 1842 ; hon. Georgina, b. 1844 ; 
hon. Catherine, b. 1847; hon. Elizabeth, 
b. 1848, drs. of 3 baron Clonbrock. 



Dillon, hon. mrs. Constantino, dr. of 
Philip Laycock Story; m. hon. Con- 
stantme Augustus Dillon (</.). 

Dillon, lady Maria, dr. of 11 earl of 
Roscommon (ext.) ; b. 1798. 

Dillon, lady. Elizabeth Catherine, dr. 
of T. J. Pittigrew, Saville Row, London; 
m. 1. vicc-adm. sir William Henry 
Dillon, K.c.M. ; 2. rev. David Bell, m.d. 
(Glasgow), vicar from 1855 of Goole. 
York9h%re{2I^L). 

Dillon, col. Martin Andrew, o.s.i., 
C.B., s. of maj. Dillon, 64 ft.; b. 1825 ; 
served in the Punjab campaign, the 
Crimea and the Indian mutiny, aide- 
de-camp to the Queen from 1868, 
military secretary to the commander- 
in-chiei in Bomoay (lord Napier of 
Magdala) 1865-69, to the commander-in- 
chief in India (lord Napier of Magdala) 
from 1870, maj. rifle brigade. 

iKllwyn, Lewis Lleweljrn, s. of Lewis 
Weston Dillwyn, of Sketty Hall, m.p. ; 
b. 1814 ; m. dr. and heir (d,) of sir H. 
T. de la ^eche, c.B.: dep.-lieut. of Gla- 
morganshire, capt. commandant 3 Gla- 
morganshire rifles from 1861, m.p. (l.) 
Swansea from. 1865. 

Brooks*, Boodle* 8 ; Bendrefoilan, 
Sicansea; 10 Princes Terrace, Knights- 
bridge, S. JF. 

Dimadale, baron Robert, s. of Charles 
John Dimsdale, a baron of the Russian 
empire ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. of rev. Marcus 
Southwell, St. Alban's, Herts: m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Herts, m.p. (c.) 
Hertford 1866-74. 
Carlton ; Estenden Place, Hatjield. 

Dingli, sir Adriano, ll.d., c.b., 
O.C.M.O., 8. of sir Paul Dingli, o.c.m.o., 
president of the court of appeal, Malta ; 
b. 1817 ; m. dr. of V. Mamo, c.m.o. : 
received at the Malta bar 1837, member 
of the council of government 1849, crown 
advocate and legal adviser of the govern- 
ment 1854. 

Valetta, Malta, 

Dirom, rear-adm. James, s. of lieut.- 

ri. Dirom, Moimt Annan, Dumfries; 
1815 : served in the Crimea. 

Disbrowe, hon. mrs. Sarah Louisa, dr. 
of 2 baron Kilmaine ; b. 1796 ; m. col. 
George Disbrowe, k.h. {d.) grenadier 



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Diiraeli, rt. hon. Benjamin, ll.d., 
D.c.L.,P.c.,8. of Isaac DT^sraeli, d.c.l., 
Bradenham Manor, Bucks; b. 1805; m. 
dr. (d^ of John Evans, of Branceford 
park, Devon, and widow of Wyndham 
Lewis, M.p. (viscoimtess Beaconsford) : 
chancellor of the exchequer in 18o2, 
1858-59, 1866-68, prime minister in 1868, 
and from 1874, rector of Glasgow uni- 
versity from 1871, an elder brother of the 
Trinity House, m.p. (c.) Maidstone 
1837-41, Shrewsbury 1841-47, Bucks 
ftx)m 1847. 

Oarltati; Hugheiiden Manor, ^^ 
Wycombe ; 2 WhitehaU Gardens, 8. W. 

Dixie, sir Alexander Beaumont-Church- 
hill, 11 hart. (1660) b. 1862 : ex-lieut. 
Leicestershire yeomanry. 

Boaworth Park, Hinckley , Leicester- 
shire, 

Dixie, dow.-lady. Maria, dr. of rev. 
Charles Walters, rector of Bramdean, 
Hants; m. sir Alexander Beaumont 
Churchill Dixie, 10 hart. 

Dixie, dow.-lady. dr. of Thomas Barn- 
ham; m. capt. sir Alexander Dixie, 
royal navy, 9 hart. 

Dixon, George, s. of A. Dixon, White- 
haven; b. 1820; m. sis. of rt. hon. 
James Stan^ld, m.p. Halifax : a mer- 
chant at Birmingham, ex-mayor of Bir- 
mingham, president of the chamber of 
commerce, m.p. (l.) Birmingham from 
1867. 

Reform; The Dales, Edgbaston, Bir- 
mingham; 46 Queeft^s Gate, South 
Kensington, 

Dixon, maj.-gen. George, c.B. : served 
in the Cnmea, knight of the legion of 
honour, retired on rail pay as lieut.-col. 
depot iMBittaUon. 

Dixon, m^j.-gen. William ManleyHill, 
R.A., C.B., s. of maj.-gen. Dixon, it.E. ; 
b. 1817; m. dr. of Charles Bertram. 
Jersey: ex-superintendent of royal small 
arms factory at Enfield. 

The Lock, EnJUld, Middlesex, 

Dixon, hon. mrs. Juliett, dr. of 1 baron 
St. Leonards; b. 1812; m. Kenneth 
Dixon (rf.). 

Dobbf, maj.-gen. Richard Stewart : 
formerly in the Madras army. 

Dobson, vice-adm. Geoige, s. of John 
Dobson, Mortimer, Berjra. by dr. of pre- 
bendary Wake, of Westmmster; b. 1794; 
m. dr. of Joseph Bond : served at the 
Cape and on the coastguard. 



Doddfl, Joseph, s. of Matthew Dodds, 
WhorW Hill, Durham; b. 1819; m. 
dr. of W. Smith ; dep.-lieut. of Durham, 
mayor of Stockton 1857-58, a solicitor at 
Stockton, M.p. (L.) Stockton from 1868. 
Reform; Stockton-on-Tees; 105 Pall 
Mall, S, W, 

Dodgson, col. David Scott, c.b. : served 
in the Afghanistan and Sutlej cam- 
paigns, assistant-adj.-gen. of Havelock*s 
force during the mutiny, commanding at 
Delhi. Bengal udaxiXxy. 

Dodson, rt. hon. John George, p.c, s. 
of rt. hon. sir John Dodson ; b. 1K25 ; 
m. dr. of W. J. Campion, Danny, Sus- 
sex: M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1851, chairman of com- 
mittees in the house of commons 1865- 
1872, financial secretary to the treasury 
1873-74, M.p. (L.) east Sussex 1857-74, 
Chester from 1874. 

Brooks* ; SurstpierpoinL Sussex ; 6 
Seamore Place, Mayfair, Jr. 

Dodiworth, sir Charles Edward, 5 bart. 
(1784) b. 1853. 

Thornton Hall, Bedale, Yorkshire; 
NewlandPark, Wakefield. 

Doherty, lieut.-2en. Henry Edward, 
c.B. : served with 14 light dragoons in 
the Punjab campaign, and commanded 
the dragoons and native light cavalry 
at Goojerat. 

Domville, sir Charles Compton William, 
2 bart. (1815) b. 1822; m. lady Mar- 
^u^tj dr. of 3 earl of Howth: maj. 
Dublm militia 1855-56, dep.-lieut. of 
Dublin CO.. and high sheriff in 1860, 
ex-lieut. lo light dragoons. 

Brooks*, Junior United Service; 
SaekvUle Street Club, Dublin; Tetn- 
pleogue, and Santry House, Howth, 
Dublin, 

Domville, sir James Graham, 8 bart. 
(1814) b. 1812; m. dr. of rev. John 
Orde, Winslade, Hants: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Sussex. 

AthentBum ; Acqua Santa, Palenno, 
Sicily; Brunstath House, Bourne- 
tnouth. 

Demville, Henry Jones, m.d., cb., s. of 
James Domville, m.d., Greenwich hos- 
pital ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of commander J. 
rickardj Stoke: dep. -inspector-gen. of 
marine mfirmair, Cnatham (694/.). 

Domville, lady Margaiet ; b. 1840 ; vide 
sir Charles DomviUe. 



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Don, dow.-lady. Emily, dr. of John 
Saunders; m. sir "Wilbam Henry Don, 
7 bart., who diBtinsnushed himself as an 
actor, and died in Hobart Town in 1862. 

DonaldflOB, hon. mrs. Charlotte Agnes, 
dr. of 13 vise. Gormanston ; b. 1841 ; m. 
Richard Donaldson, b. 1835, capt. 
Meath militia from 1860. 
St. Jameses; MartlandSj Meath. 

Donaldion, lady. Amelia, dr. of Fre- 
derick Cowper, Carleton Hall, Cumber- 
land ; m. sir Stuart Alexander Donald- 
son, F.R.6.8. (d.), premier and colonial 
secretary of New South Wales 1866-68, 
bro. of rev. J. W. Donaldson, d.d., 
headmaster of Bury school, and of T. L. 
Donaldson, professor of architecture in 
the London university. 
15 Queen Street, Mayfair, W. 

Doncaster, earl of ; vide Bnccleuch. 

Donegal], 8 marq. of (1791). George 
Hamilton Chichester, o.c.h., p.c, k.p. ; 
b. 1797 ; m. 1. dr. of 1 earl of Glengall; 
2. dr. of sir Bellingham Graham, 7 bart. ; 
2nd tit. earl of Belfast; sits as baron 
Fisherwick (1790) : ex-capt. 7 hussars, 
commander of the legion or honour, m.p. 
Carrickfergus and Belfast 1818-37, cant, 
of the yeomen of the guard 1848-52, 
lieut.-col. 28 ^London Irish) rifle volun- 
teers from 1860, col. Antrim militia 
from 1841, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
from 1847,lord-lieut. of Antrim froml841 . 
Boodles; Fisherwick Lodge, Antrim; 
Hayes Park, Bourn ; Sampstead Mar- 
shal, Newbury, Berks; 22 Grosvenor 
Square. 

StDoneraUe, 4 vise. (1785). Hayes St. 
Leger; b. 1818; m. dr. of George W. 
Lenox-Conyngham, foreign office : high 
sheriff of Cork in 1845, hon. -col. north 
Cork militia from 1874. 

Carlton; Boneraile Mouse, Cork; 
33 Orosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Donnelly, WiUiam, ll.d., c.b., s. of J. 
Donnelly. Armagh ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. of 
A. Oawiord, Auburn: called to the 
Irish bar 1833, registrar-gen. of Ireland 
from 1844, superintendent of agricultu- 
ral and emigration statistics from 1861. 
Saekville Street Club, Dublin ; Au- 
burn, Malahide. 
Dononghmore, 5 earl of (1800). John 
Luke George Hely-Hutchinson ; b. 1848 ; 
m. Frances, dr. of col. Stephens, Tas- 
mania ; sits as vise. Hutchinson (1821) ; 
2nd tit. vise. Soirdale : m.a. Oxon. 



Carlton; Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tip- 
perary; 62 South Audley Street, W. 
Dononghmore, dow.-countess of. Tho- 
masina, dr. of "Walter Steele, by dr. of 
hon. Cteorge Jocelyn; b. 1824; m. 4 
earl of Donoughmore, president of the 
board of trade. 

62 South Audley Street ; Knoekkfty, 
Clonmel. 
Doran, col. John, c.b. : served in the 
Sutlej campaign, and in (Thina 1860, com- 
mandant 27 Bengal native infantry from 
1867. Bengal staff corps. Nowsnera. 
Dorchester, 3 baron (1786). Guy Car- 
leton; b. 1811 ; m. dr. (rf.) of T. Wau- 
chope : ex-lieut. 7 hussars. 

GreyweU Sill, Odiham, Hants; 
Stuffings^ Maidenhead, Berks ; Glenelly 
Lodge, Tyrone. 
Dormer, 12 baron (1616). John Bap- 
tiste Joseph Dormer; b. 1830; m. 1. 
dr. of col. Temson, of Roscommon ; 2. 
dr. of M. Fortamps, and widow of count 
Alfred de Beuren: ex-capt. grenadier 
guards, ex-capt. 7 ft. 

Travellers* ; Grove Park, Warwick ; 
Peterley House, Amersham, Bucks. 
Dormer, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, dr. 
of sir Henry Joseph Tichbome, hsai. ; 
b. 1807; m. 11 bfiux)n Dormer, at one 
time in the Austrian army, in which his 
father was a general. 
6 Chapel Street, Park Lane, W. 
Dormer, hon. Hubert Francis, s. of 11 
baron Dormer; b. 1837; m. dr. of 
Kenelm Henry Digby (s. of dean of 
Clonfert) : a clerk in the admiralty. 

Shaftesbury House, The Terrace, 
Kensmgton, W. 
Dormer, lieut.-col. hon. John Charle- 
magne, s. of 11 baron Dormer ; b. 1834 ; 
m. dr. {d.) of sir Archibald AUson, 1 
bart, and widow of Robert Cutlar Fer- 
guson: ex-capt. 13 ft., served in the 
Crimea, aide-de-camp to lord Clyde in 
India 1858-60, assistant-adj.-gen. in 
China 1860-62, dep.-assistant-quarter- 
, master-gen. at head-quarters 1869-74. 
Craigdarroeh, Moniaive, Dumfries; 
6 Prince of Wales's Terrace, Kensing- 
ton. 
Dormer, hon. Florence, dr. of 12 baron 

Dormer; b. 1868. 
Dormer, hon. Mary Isabel, dr. of 11 

baron Dormer; b. 1842: a nun. 
Domberg, countess ; videSaxe Weimar. 
Dorset, archdeacon of (Salis.) (200^.) ; 
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B'Otrante, countess, dr. of count Ste- 
dingk, chamberlain to the king of Swe- 
den; m. 1. hon. William George Grey; 
2. count George D'Otrante : bedchamlier 
woman to the princess of Wales 1863-73, 
extra woman of the bedchamber from 
1873. 

Bonglai, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Hamilton). 

Benglai, bp. ; vide Bombay. 

Douglas, sir George Henry Scott, 4 
hart. (1786) b. 1825; m. dr. of don 
Francisco ae Pina, of Gibraltar: ex- 
capt. 34 ft., lieut.-col. Roxburghshire 
rifle volimtcers from 1868, m.p. (c.) 
Roxburghsliire from 1874. 

A rmy attd Navy ; Spring wood Park,, 
KelsOj Roxburgh. 

Douglas, sir Robert Andrews Mackenzie, 
3 bart. (1831) b. 1837: ex-capt. 67 ft. 

Douglas, gen. sir Robert Percy, 4 bart. 
(1777) b. 1805 ; m. 1. dr. of col. George 
Duckworth; 2. dr. of Robert Lang, 
Moor Park, Famham: lieut. -governor 
of Jersey 1858-63, commander-in-chief 
at the Cape 1863-68, col. 98 ft. from 
1864. 

United Service; Roche Court, FovcT' 
sham. 

Douglas, sir Charles Eurwicke, k.c.m.g., 
natural s. of rt. hon. Charles Yorke, 
bro. of 3 earl of Hardwicke ; b. 1806 ; 
m. dr. of sir C. des Vaux, 2 bart. : m.a. 
Cantab., private secrctaiy to colonial 
secretary (lord Ripon) 1830-34, a com- 
missioner of Greenwich hospital 1845- 
46, king-at-arms of the order of St. 
Michael and St. George 1832-59, m.p. 
(l^ Warwick 1837-52, Banbury 1859- 

Whit^e, Brook8\ Reform; 27 Wilton 
Crescciity Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Douglas, sir James, k.c.b., s. of John 
Douglas, Glasgow ; b. 1803 ; m. Amelia, 
dr. of William Connolly, Montreal: 
governor of Vancouver's island 1851-58, 
of British Columbia 1858-65. 

Douglas, maj.-gen. sir John, k.c.b., 
s. of lieut. -gen. sir Neil Douglas, k.c.b. ; 
b. 1817 ; m. lady Elizabeth, dr. of 3 earl 
ofCathcart: served in the Crimea and in 
the Indian mutinv, assistant-adj.-gen. 
in Scotland 1860-o5, commander of the 
forces in Scotland from 1870. 

United Service ; GlenJinttrt^Greefwck, 
Glaegow. 



Douglas, lieut. -gen. Claud, Bengal in- 
fantry. 

Douglas, lord Alfred Bruce, s. of 8 
marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1870. 

Douglas, lord Archibald Edward, s. of 
7 marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1850. 

Douglas, lord Charles Geoi^e Archibald 
Hamilton-, s. of 12 duke of Hamilton, 
by princess Marie of Baden ; b. 1847 : 
ex-comet 11 hussars, comet Lanarkshire 
yeomanry from 1862. 

Douglas, lord James Edward, s. of 7 
marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1855. 

Douglas, lord Percy Sholto, s. of 8 
marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1868. 

Douglas, hon. and rev. Arthur Gas- 
coigne, s. of 18 earl of Morton; •b..l827; 
m. dr. of Richard Richards, Caerynwch: 
M.A. Durham, chaplain of bp. Hatfield's 
Hall, Durham, 1850-54, rector of Cully 
Mallet, Somerset, 1854-55, of St. OUve^s, 
Southwark, 1 855-56. of Scaldwell, North- 
ants, 1856-72, of Shapivick, Blandford, 
Dorset (397/.), from 1872. 

Douglas, hon. Edward William, s. of 
18 earl of Morton ; b. 1825; m. dr. of 
rt. hon. George Bankes: ex-lieut. 17 
Bombay native infantry. 
103 Onslow Sq.j South Kensington, 

Douglas, rear-adm. hon. George Henry, 
s. of 18 earl of Morton ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. 
of adm. sir William Parker, 1 bart, 
O.c.B. : served in the Russian war. 

Douglas, hon. and rev. Henry, s. of 
18 earl of Morton; b. 1822; m. lady 
Mary, dr. of 10 earl of Haddington: m.a. 
Durnam, minister of St. John's, Cape- 
town, and chaplain to the bishop 1847- 
1854, hon. canon of Cimibrae, Scotland, 
rector of Hanbury, Bromsgrove, Wor- 
cestershire (1212/.) from 1855. 

Douglas, hon. Mary Sydney, dr. of 1 
biuron Douglas; b. 1796; m. Robert 
Douglas, of Strathendry (d.). s. of sir 
J. Stewart, bart., of Grandtully, by 
sister of last duke of Douglas. 
Strathendry, Le«lie, Markinch. 

Douglas, lady Agnes Charlotte, dr. of 
18 earl of Morton ; b. 1842. 

Douglas, lady Elizabeth ; b. 1821 ; 
vide major-gen. sir John Douglas. 

Douglas, lady Florence, dr. of 7 marq. 
of Queensberry ; b. 1855. 

Douglas, lady Georgina, dr. of 6 marq. 
of Queensberrv ; b. 1819. 
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Bovglaa, lady Jane Margaret, dr. of 6 
marq. of Queenisbeny; b. 1811; m. 
cous. Robert Johnstone Douglas (^.)> 
of Lockerbie. 

DonglM, lady Mary; b. 1825; vide 
hon. and rev. Henry Douglas. 

BovglaM, hon. mrs. Mary Agnes, dr. 
of 11 baron Patre ; b. 1816 ; m. James 
Alexander Douglass (d.). 

Bonne, lord (eld. s. of earl of Moray). 

Donpo, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Wellington). . 

Dover, suflfracan bp. of (1870). right 
rev. Edward Parry. D.D., s. of rear- 
adm. sir William Edward Parry, by &r. 
of 1 baron Stanley; b. 1830; m. dr. of 
Benjamin Williams, Limpi^eld, Surrey : 
M.A. Oxon., tutor of the university of 
Durham 1863-56, curate of Sonning, 
Berks, in 1856, domestic chaplain to 
the bp. of London (A. C. Tait) 1867-69, 
rector of Acton 1859-69, canon of Can- 
terbury (1000/.) from 1869, archdeacon 
of Canterbury m>m 1869, bp. suffirt^gan 
of Dover from 1870. 
FrecineUy Canterbury. 

Dowdeswell, William Edward, s. of 
William Dowdeswell, m.p. (great- 
grandson of rt. hon. W. Dowdeswell, 
chancellor of the exchequer under 
Rockingham) * b. 1841 ; m. dr. of air 
T. Parkyns, bart. : m.a. Oxen., m.p. 
(c.) Tewkesbury 1866-66, west Wor- 
cestershire from 1866. 

Carlton, Athenasum; Full Court, 
Tnckesbury. 

Dowell, capt. William Montagu, r.n., 
c.B. ; b. 1826 ; m. dr. of capt, Pyke, 
Ford, Devon; served in the Chinese 
wars of 1842-57, served at Monte Video 
1846-47, and in the Crimean war, knight 
of the legion of honour, and of the 
Medjidie, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
from 1870. 
Ford, Bideford. 
Bowlin^^ lady. Harriet Maiy, dr. of 
John Blayland, Newington, Kent, and 
afterwards of Newington, Kew South 
Wales; m. 1. Alexander Maodonald 
Ritchie^ merchant in Calcutta ; 2. sir 
James Dowling {d,), diief justice of 
New South Wales. 
Sydney, New South Wales, 
Down, 65 bp. of (499), 66 bp. of 
Connor (607), 61 bp. of Dromor© (666): 
rt rev. Robert Bent Knox^ d.d., s. of 
hon. and rev. archdeaoon Knox, of Ar- 



magh; b. 1808; m. dr. of Thomas 
Gibbon Fitz-Gibbon, Ballyseeda, lime- 
rick: M.A. Dublin, prebendary of St, 
Munchin, Limerick, 1836-40, chancellor 
of Ardfort and Aghadoe 1840-49, bp. of 
Down from 1849. 

Athen<Bum; Down and Connor 
Home, Belfast. 

Downe, 8 vise. (1680). Hngh Richard 
Dawnay ; b. 1844 ; m. dr. of 3 earl of 
Sefton: ex-capt. Yorkshire husBars, 
capt. 2 life guards, m.a. Oxon. 

Carlton, Whites; Danby Lodge, 
Whitby, Yorkshire; Baldersby Fark. 
Thirsk; Bookham Chrove, Surrey ; 41 
South Street, Ghrosvenor Square. 

Downe, dow.-viscomitess. Marv, dr. of 
hon. and rt. rev. bp. Bagot of Bath and 
Wells ; b. 1826 ; m. 1. vise. Downe ; 2. 
Sidney Leveson Lane, b. 1831, called 
to the bar 1858, dep.-lieut. of York- 
shire. 

8 Belgrade Square; Baldersby Fark, 
Thirsk. 

Sownie, lady. Mary Anne, dr. of 
Charles Hare. Berkeley Square, Bristol, 
and niece or Sir John Hare; m. sir 
Alexander Macbsnzie Downie, m.d., 
physician to the landgravine of Hesse 
Homburgh. 
49 Fembroke Boad, Clifton. 

Downing, Kent. -gen. David: served in 
the Pimjab campaunu Bengal infimtry« 
36 Oloueester Terrace, Myde Fark 
Gardens, W. 

Downing, McCarthy, s. of Eugene 
Downing, Eenmore. Kerry; b. I8l4; 
m. dr. of D. McCartny, Air Hill, Cork : 
dep.-Ueut. of Cork, vice-chairman of 
the Cork board of guardians, a solicitor 
in Cork. m.p. (l.) Cork county 1868-74, 
(h.r.) from 1874. 

Reform; Frospect House, Ski^ereen, 
Cork. 

Downihire, 6 marq. of (1789). Arthnr 
Wills John Hill; b. 1871; sits as earl 
Hillsborough (1772) ; 2nd tit. earl of 
Hillsborough. 

Hillsborough Castle, Down; East 
Hampstead Fark, Bracknell, Berks, 

Downshire, dow. -marchioness of. Caro- 
line, dr. of 1 vise. Combermere; b. 
1816 ; m. 4 marq. of Downshire. 

Wakehurst Flace, Hayward^s Heath; 
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Bowiii]iire,dow. -marchioness of. Geor- 
gina, dr. of John Balfour, of Balbimie ; 
m. 5 marq. of Downshire. 
24 Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Bowse, rt. hon. Richard, P.O. (Irel.), 
8. of William Henry Dowse, Dun- 
gannon; b. 1824; m. dr. of Geoi]ge 
Moore, of Analore, Clones ; M. A. Dublin, 
called to the Irish bar 1852, queen's 
counsel 1863, queen's seiieant 1869, 
Bolicitor-gen. for Ireland 1870-72, at- 
tomeyrgen. in 1872, m.p. (l.) London- 
derry 1868-72, a baron of the exchequer 
in Ireland (3688/.) from 1872. 

Beform; 38 Mountjoy Square, 
Dublin; Stephen's Green Club, Dublin, 

Boyle, lieat.-gen. sir Charles Hastinffs, 
K.C.M.O., B. of lieut.-gen. sir Charles 
"W. Dojle, C.B., o.c.H. ; b. 1804: served 
in India and North America^ assistant- 
adjutant-gen. of the 3rd division in the 
Cnmea. assistant - quartermaster - gen. 
1847-66, inn>ector-gen. of militia in 
Ireland 185o-61, commander of the 
forces in Nova Scotia 1861-70, com- 
manding the forces in Canada 1870-73, 
col. 70ft. 1868-70, of 87 ft. from 1873, 
commanding southern district from 1874. 

United Service, White's, Travellers' ; 
8 Arlington Street, PieeadUly, IF. 
Boyle, sir Francis Hastings Charles, 
D.C.L.. 2 bart. (1828) ; b. 1810; m. dr. 
(rf.) of rt hon. Charles Watkins WH- 
liams Wynn, m.p. : m.a. Oxon., called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1837, 
solicitor of the excise 1846-46, receiver- 
gen, of customs 1846-69, commissioner 
of customs from 1869, professor of 
poetry at Oxford from 1867. 

Oxford and Cambridge; 96 Cornwall 
Gardens, Queen's Gate, South Ken^ 
sington, 
Boyle, Percy William, o.b., s. of lieut.- 
gen. sir Charles Doyle, k.cm.o. : secre- 
tary of legation at Mexico in 1842, 
chaig^ d'afl^ires 1843-61^ minister pleni- 
potentiary to the repubhc 1861-68. 

6 Half Moon Street, Ficcadillg, W, 

Boyle, sir William Henry, s. of Ed- 
ward Doyle, of Nassau; b. 1823: m 
dr. of Samuel Johnson, Nassau : called 
to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1846, registrar in bankruptcy at the 
Bahamas 1847-68, advocate-gen. 1860, 
colonial secretary 1863-64, member of 
the house of assembly 1848-68, assist ant- 
justice of the * general court of the 



Bahamas 1858, chief justice (900/. with 
fees) from 1866. 
Nassau, Bahamas. 
B*Oyly, col. sir Charles Walter, 9 bart 
(1663) b. 1822; m. 1. dr. of major-gen. 
George Nott; 2. dr. of J. Winter Scott, 
Eotherfield park, Hants : aide-de-camp 
to eovemor-gen. of India (marq. of 
Damousie), served in the Indian mutiny, 
major in the Ben»l staff corps. 

Stapleton Fark, Blandford, Dorset; 
Saharunpore, Bengal, 

B*Oyly, dow.-lady. Elizabeth, dr. of 
major Thomas Ross, b.a. ; m. sir 
Charles D'Oyly, 7 bart. 

B*Oyly, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of John 
Fendall, member of the supreme council 
at Calcutta ; m. sir John Hadley D'Oyly, 
8 bart., a judge in India. 

Boyne, lady Frances, dr. of 4 earl of 
Fitzwilliam; b. 1842; m. Charles Mer- 
vyn Doyne, b. 182^ m.a. Cantab. 

St. Jameses; Kildare Street Club, 
Dublin; Wells, Wexford. 

Brake, sir Francis George Aagnstus 
Fuller-EUot-, 2 bart. (1821) b. 1837; 
m. dr. of sir Robert A. M. Douglas, 3 
bart. of Glenbervie : ex-capt royal horse 
guards. 

United Service; Xuturell Court, 
Exeter; Buckland Abbey, Plymouth; 
Sheafhayne House, Devon. 

Brake, sir William Henry, k.c.b,, s. of 
commissary-gen. John Drake, of Ex- 
mouth; b. 1812; m. dr. ot Geor^ 
Wood, member of the legislative counm 
Cape of Good Hope : colonial treasurer 
in West Austraha 1833-48, assistant- 
commissary-gen. 1846, commissary-gen. 
1869, served in the Crimea in charge of 
the commissariat of the Turkish con- 
tingent, director of supplies (1600/.) at 
the war office from 1871, knight of the 
legion of honour, and or the Medjidie. 
officer of the order of St. Maurice and 
St. Lazarus. 

Junior United Service; War OJke; 
41 Regent's Park Road, N. W. 

Brake, sir William Richard, f.s.a., s. 
of William Drake, Barnstaple ; b. 1817 ; 
m. dr. of R. T. Goodwin, senior member 
of council at Bombay: partner in Bir- 
cham, Dalrymple, and Drake, parlia- 
mentarv sohcitors, knight of the Med- 
jidie, 01 St. Maurice and St Lazarus, 
and of the iron crown of Austria. 



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Athenmtm ; Oatlanda Lodge^ WaUon- 
Ofi'Thafnes; 12 rrincc's Garden*, South 
Kensington; 46 . Farlianwnt Street. 
S.W. 
J>raper, William Henry, c.B. : called 
to the bar of Upper Canada 1835, 
attomey-^n. of Upper Canada 1844, 
chief justice of the common pleas 1856, 
of the Queen's bench in 1863, of the 
court of appeal and error from 1863. 
Toronto, 
Drax, John Samuel Wanley Sawbridge 
Erle,s, of S. E. Sawbridge; b. 1800; 
m. dr. of R. Erie Drax-Grosvenor, m.p. : 
dep.-lieut. of Dorset, m.p. (c.) Ware- 
ham 1841-67, 1859-65, and from 1868. 

Windham, Carlton ; Charlborough 
JPark. Wimborm; Holnest Hoiuej 
Sheroorne, Dorset; Olanteigh Towers, 
Wye, Kent; 20 Ring Street, St. 
James's, S. W, 
Drever, hon. mrs. Charlotte, dr. of 8 

baron Beay; m. John.Drever, Madras. 
Drew, vice-adm. Andrew ; b. 1798 ; m. 
dr. of Thomas Henderson, Longborough, 
Cumberland: served at the siege of 
Copenhagen and the ^ture of the 
Danish fleet, in the Walcheren ex- 
pedition, in Ashantee in 1824, in the 
Canadian rebellion, and had the chief 
command on Lake Erie 1838-42, on the 
West India station where he discorered 
" DreVs rock " between Trinidad and 
Tobago, agent victualler at the Cape 
1850-63. 
Drew, hon. mrs. Margaret, dr. of 3 

baron Massy; b. ; m. Francis 

Drew, b. 1812, high sheriff of Clare. 
Drewseourt, Limerick. 
JDrogheda, 3 marq. of (1791). Henry 
Francis Seymour Moore, p.c. (Irel.), 
K.p. ; b. 1825; m. dr. of 2 baron 
Wharncliffe ; sits as baron Moore (1801) ; 
2nd tit. vise. Moore: dep.-lieut. of 
Eildare, ranger of the Curragh of Eil- 
dare. 

Carlton; Moore Abbey, Monastera- 
ran, Kildare; Holloway's Sotel, Dover 
Street, Fiecadilly. 
Drought, lient.-gen. Thomas Arm- 
strong, bro. of J. Head Drought, of 
Lettyorook, King's co. ; b. 1798 ; m. 
grand-dr. of vice-adm. Look: com- 
manded the troops in the Kandian in- 
surrection 1848, commandant of the 
Kandian provinces 1848-52, col. 15 ft. 
from 1868. 

Mill Souse, Winchester, 



Dnunlanriff, vise. (eld. s. of marq. of 
Queensberrj'). Francis Archibald 
Douglas; b. 1867. 

Dnmunond, lord (eld. s. of earl of 
Perth) . George Essex Montifex Drum- 
mond ; b. 1856. 

Dnimmond, sir James Hamlyn WU- 
liams, 4 bart. (1827) b. 1857. 

Batcthortiden, Midlothian; Edwins^ 
ford, Llandilo, Carmarthen. 

Dmmmond, hon. Edmund, s. of 8 vise. 
Strathallan ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of C. C. 
Sutherland, Calcutta; in the Bengal civil 
service 1831-68, auditor-general of 
Lidia 1856-62, ueut.-govemor of the 
north-west provinces of Bengal 1863- 
68. 
104 St. George's Square, S. W. 

Dmmmond, hon. Francis Charles, s. of 
8 vise. Strathallan : b. 1815 ; m. dr. of 
venr rev. sir Herbert Oakeley, 3 bart., 
and sis. of Herbert S. Oakeley, professor 
of music in Edinburgh university : 
58 St. Georges Square, S. W. 

Dmmmond, hon. James David (master 
of Strathallan) eld. s. of 9 vise. Strath- 
allan; b. 1839; m. dr. (d.) of C. B. 
Thornhill, c.s.i. Bengal civil service: 
ex-capt. 14 ft., brigade major in Bengal 
1868-73, capt. 6 dragoon guards. 

Dmmmond, vice-adm. hon. sir James 
Robert, k.c.b., s. of 8 vise. Strathallan ; 
b. 1812; m. dr. of admiral hon. sir 
George Elliot, k.c.b.: officer of the 
legion of honour, knight of the Medjidie, 
a lord of the admiralty 1858-59, 1861- 
66, commodore of Woolwich dockyard 
1859-61, naval aide-de-camp to the 
Queen 1852-64, superintendent of De- 
vonport dockj'ard 1866-70. 
Senior United Service. 

Dmmmond, hon. Robert Andrew, s. of 

8 vise. Strathallan; b. 1820; m. dr. 
(d.) of Compton Reade: entered the 
Bengal civil service 1842, commissioner 
at Agra. 

Dmmmond, hon. Robert Charles, s. of 

9 vise. Strathallan ; b. 1850 : lieut. 92 ft. 
Dmmmond, hon. William Heniy, s. of 

9 vise. Strathallan, b. 1845. 
Dmmmond, lady Anne G60i:gina, dr. of 
5 marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1817; m. 
Charles Home Dmmmond (s. of Henry 
Home Dmmmond, m.p.), b. 1816, ex- 
capt. 2 life guards : 

Carlton ; Abercaimey, Crieff, Perth^ 
shire ; Petersham, Surrey. 

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Bnunmond, lady Gnce, dr. of 14 earl 
of Perth; b. 1864. 

Bmmmond, lady Elizabeth Frederica, 
dr. of 5 duke of Butland ; b. 1801, m. 
Andrew Robert Drummond (d.), of 
Cadlands. 

Dmmmond, lady Emily Charlotte, dr. 
of 5 duke of Northumberland ; b. 1786 ; 
m. Andrew Mortimer Drummond (ef.), 
of Tile House, Bucks, bro. of George 
Harley Drummond, of Stanmore, m.p. 

Bnunmond, hon. Mai^garet Alice, b. 
1841 ; hon. Herzey Annabella, b. 1846 ; 
hon. Frances Mary, b. 1848 : a maid of 
honour to the Queen from 1872, drs. of 
9 yisc. Strathallan. 

Bminmond, hon. mrs. Adelaide, dr. of 
2 baron Ribblesdale; b. 1827; m. 
Maurice Drummond (s. of col. Charles 
Drummond, by dr. of 1 baron Auck- 
land), b. 1825. 

Dmmmond, hon. mrs. Charlotte Olivia, 
dr. of baroness Bayleigh ; b. 1798 ; m. 

' 'rev. Robert Drummond (s. of vice-adm. 
sir Robert Drummond), m.a. Cantab., 
vicar of Ferring. Essex, 1829-66. 
St, Catherifufs Court, Bath, 

Dmmmond, hon. mrs. Louisa Theodo- 

sia, dr. of 3 baron Mimcaster ; b. 1838 ; 

V m. Edgar Atheling Drummond (^.), s. 

of Andrew Robert (and lady EliKilieth) 

■ Drummond, of Cadlands. 

Qadlanda, Southampton; 2 Bryan* 
9ton Square, 

Bmmmond, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 2 
baron Lilford ; b. 1804 ; m. rev. James 
Drummond, m.a. Oxon., hon. canon of 
Peterborough from 1863, rector from 
1869 of Qalbyy Leioetter (2001.), 

Bmmmond, general John, s. of John 
Drummond, by dr. of 9 earl of West- 
moreland; b. 1793; m. Geoigina, 
natural dr. (d.) of 8 earl of 'Winchelsea : 
lieut.-col. h.p. Coldstream guards, a 
numstrate for Gloucestershire. 

United Service; Boifce Courty Ihf' 
mocky Gloucester, 

Bryden, sir Henry Edward Leigh, 4 
bart. (1796) b. 1818 ; m. dr. of rev. 
Robert Tredcroft, rector of Tangmere, 
Sussex: m.a. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of 
Northamptonshire, and high sheriff in 
1844. 
CanottS'AshbVjDaventr^y Northants. 

JDrytdale, col. William, c.b. : served 
in Affghanistan, the Gwalior campaign 



and the Indian mutiuy, lieut.-col. h.p. 
9 lancers. 
Dryidale, lady. dr. of J. Pew, Pillow- 
town, Kirkcudbright; m. 1. William 
Copland, of Colliston ; 2. sir William 
Dnrsdale {d.\ of Pittuchar, Fife. 

8 Boyal CireutyEdinburgh ; FittU' 
char. Kirkcaldy y Fife, 
Duberley, hon. mrs. Rosa, dr. of 2 
baron Sandys ; b. 1847 ; m. capt. Wm. 
Duberley (s. of James Duberlev, by dr. 
of col. hon. Wm. Grey), b. 1*841, ex- 
lieut grenadier gds, Brooke y Guards ; 
Gaynes HalL St. Neote. 
Dnblin, 60 archbishop of (448), 56 bp. 
of Glendalagh (612). 90 bp. of Eildaie 
(619) most rev. and rt. non. Richard 
uhenevix Trench, d.c.l., d.d., p.c. 
(Irel.) 8. of Richard Trench (bro. of I 
baron Ashtown), by grand-dr. of bp. 
ChenevLx of Waterford ; b. 1807 ; m 
cousin, dr. of 2 baron Ashtown: m.a. 
Cantab., vicar of Itchen Stoke 1846, 
Hulsean lecturer at Cambridge univer^ 
sity 1846, professor of theology at 
King's college, London, 1847, dean of 
Westminster 1866, archbishop of Dublin 
from 1863, a senator of Queen^s univer- 
sity in Ireland. 

Athcnautn ; 16 St. Stephen's Green, 
Dublin ; JUdeedalCy Stillorgan, Ihthlin, 
Duoane, lient-col. Edmund Frederick, 
R.B , C.B., s. of major Richard Ducane, 
20 dragoons ; m. dr. of general sir Wil- 
liam Anson, bart.: connected with the 
convict service in West Australia as a 
magistrate of the colony and visiting 
magistrate of the ticket of leave sta- 
tions 1861-66, served in the war-office 
1866-63, inspector of military prisons 
and director of convict prisons 1863-70, 
inspector-general from 1870. 

44 FarUament Streety S. W. . 
Dueaae, hon. mrs. €^eorffina, dr. of 1 
baron Lyndhurst ; b. 18S8 ; m. Charles 
Du Cane, b. 1826, m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Essex, a lord of the adxniralty 
1866-68. M.p. (c.) Maldon 1862-53, 
north Essex 1867-68, governor of Tas* 
mania 1868-74. 

Arthur* 8y Carlton; Braxtcd Fark^ 
Withamy Essex. 
Dude, 8 earl of (1887). Henry JoIul 
Reynolds Moreton, f.b.8., p.c. ; b. 
1827 ; m. oousin, dr. of James Haugh- 
ton Langston, m.p., Sarsden house, 
Oxon; 2nd tit., baron Moreton: dep.- 
lieut. of Oxfordshire, m.p. Stroud 18o2- 



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53, capt. of the yeomen of the guard 
1859-66, lord-lieut. of Gloucestershire 
from 1857. 

Brooks^ ; Tortwortk Court, Woottoti' 
undeT'Edge^ Gloucestershire; Sanden^ 
Chipping JSortoHy Oxon ; 16 Forttnan 
Square. 
Dneketty major sir George Floyd, F.8.A., 
3 bart (1791) b. 1811 ; m. dr. of Ueut.- 
gen. sir Lionel Smith, 1 bart., o.c.u., 
G.CH. : M.A. Oxon., ex-major 87 fusi- 
liers, ex-major 3 West India regiment, 
dep.-Heut. of Middlesex, author of a 
'* Technological military dictionary " in 
Ckrman, English, and French, for 
which he has received gold medals ** of 
science and merit" from Prussia, Aus- 
tria, and France. 

Oxford and Cambridge ; The Weald 
Souse, Bampton, Oxon. 
3hickworth, sir John Thomas Buller, 
2 bart. (1813) b. 1809; m. dr. of John 
Buller, of Morval: b.a. Oxon., m.p. 
Exeter 1845-57, dep.-lieut. of Devon- 
shire, and high sheriff in 1861, lieut.- 
col.-commandant 1 Devon yeomanry 
from 1863. 

Traveller s\ Carlton; Wear Souse, 
Exeter. 
/ Ihickworth, hon. mrs. Edina, dr. of 1 
baron Campbell ; b. 1837 ; m. rev. "Wil- 
liam Arthur Duckworth (s. of W. Duck- 
worth. Orchard Leigh, Somerset), m.a. 
Cantao., rector from 1854 of Futtenham, 
OuOdfordy Surrey (375/.). 
Dudley, 1 earl of (1860). WiUiam 
Ward ; b. 1817 ; m. 1. dr. of Hubert de 
Bur^, West Drayton manor, Middle- 
sex ; 2. dr. of sir Thomas Moncrieffe, 
7 iMEurt. ; 2nd tit. vise. Ednam : m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Worcestershire, and 
of Stafforosldre, lieut.-col. -commandant 
Worcester yeomanry 1854-71, hon.-col. 
fitMn 1871. 

Carlton ; Dudley Souse, Park Lane, 
W.; Simley Sallj Budleu, Stafford ; 
Witley Courty Drottwich, Worcester. 
Jiuft, hon. George Skene, bro. of 5 earl 
of Fife; b. 1816: attached to the em- 
bassies of Paris and Vienna 1837-39, 
comet royal horse guards blue 1836-37, 
M.p. Elgm district 1847-57, lord-lieut. 
of Elginshire 1856-72. 

Army and Navy; Milton Duff, Elgin. 
HvS, Mountstoart Elphinstone Grant, 
s. of J. Cuninghame Grrant Duff, resi- 
dent at Sattara; b. 1829; m. dr. of 



Edward Webster, North lodge, Ealing : 
M.A. Oxon., LL.B. London university, 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1854, dep.-lieut. of Elgin and Moray, 
lord rector of Aberdeen university 186o- 
73, under-secretary of state for India 
1868-74, M.p. (L.) Elgin district from 
1857. 

Brooks*, Athenaum, Oxford and 
Cambridge; Eden, Banff; ffampden 
Souse. Missenden, Bucks ; 4 Queen* s 
Gate Gardens^ South Kensington. 

Dnf^ Robert William, s. of Arthur 
(Duff) Abercromby^f Fetteresso; b. 
1835 ; m. dr. of sir Wm. Scott, 6 bart. : 
assumed the name of Duff in 1861, dep.- 
lieut. of Banff and Kincardine, com- 
mander royal navy, m.p. (l.) Banff- 
shire from 1861. 

Brooks', Army and Navy ; FettC" 
resso. Stonehaven ; Glasshaugh, Fort^ 
soy, Banff. 

Buf^ lady Ida Louisa, dr. of 5 earl of 
Fife; b. 1848; m. Adrian Elias Hope, 
of Haarlem, BLolland, nephew of Alex- 
ander Beresford Hope, m.p. (who ob- 
tained a dissolution of maniage in 
1873). 

Duilbrin, 1 earl of (1871). Frederick 
Temple Hamilton Blackwood, k.c.b., 
p.c, K.P.: b. 1826; m.'dr. of Archi- 
bald Hamilton, of EiUyleagh castle, 
Down ; 2nd tit. vise. Clandeboye : m.a. 
Oxon., a lord in waiting to the Queen 
1849-52, 1854-58, imder-secretary of 
state for India 1864-66, for war in 
1866, chancellor of the duchy of Lan- 
caster 1869-72. governor-general of 
Canada (10,000/.) from 1872, lord-lieut. 
of Down from 1864. 

Travellers* ; Clandeboye Souse, Bel' 
fast; Ottawa. 

Suflbfl, 7 baron (1650) ; vide Dunbar, 
bart. (1706). 

DuSy, sir Charles Gavan, s. of 

Dufiy, a farmer in Monaghan ; b. 1816; 
m. 1. dr. of Francis McLaughlin, Bel- 
fast; 2. dr. of Philip Hughes, Newry : 
called to the Irish bar 1845, founder and 
editor of the "Nation" newspaper, 1842. 
one of the state prisoners with O'Conneli 
in 1844. M.P. New Ross 1852-56, minister 
of public lands in Victoria 1858 and 
1863, chief secretary and prime minister 
in 1871. 
Melbourne, Victoria^ Australia. 

Dugmore, hon. mrs. Evelyn, dr. of 2 



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baron Brongham ; b. ; m. capt. 

Francis S. Dupiope (s. of W. Dugmore, 

queen' b counBel) , ex-royal Canadian rifles. 

Duke, sir James, 2bart. (1849) ; b.l865. 

Laiiffhton Lodge^ Hurst Green, 

Sussex. 
Duke, lient.-gen. Thomas Assheton : 

served in Ava 1824^ in Burmah 1852-53, 

commanded the Kimedy field force in 

1856. Madras infantr}. 

32 Devonshire Flace, Portland Flace, 
W. 

Bnke, dow.-lady. Jane Amelia, dr. of 
Wilham Bennett, Highbury, London; 
m. alderman sir James Duke, 1 bart., 
lord mayor of London in 1848. 

Dnkinfleld, dow.-lady. Jane, dr. of 
sir James Craufurd, 2 bart. ; m. 1. ge- 
neral Chowne : 2. rev. sir Henry Bobert 
Dukinfield, 7 bart. (ext.), vicar of St. 
Martin's-in-the-field^. 

33 Baton Place, Eaton Square. 
Ihunbreok, sir David, m.d., y.o., 

K.C.B., 8. of Thomas Dumbreck, col- 
lector of inland revenue, Glasgow : b. 
1805 ; m. dr. of George Gibson, Leith : 
M.D. Edinburgh, deputy-inspector-ge- 
neral of the medical department of the 
armv 1854-59, inspector-general of hos- 
pitals 1859-60, served in the Crimea, 
imight of the Medjidie, honorary phy- 
sician to the Queen firom 1866. 
United Service, 

DnmareiqiLe, lady Sophia, sis. of 5 earl 
of Lanesborougn ; b. 1807 ; m. lieut.- 
col. Henry Dumaresque (d.), 

§I>imalle7. 3 baron (1800). Henry 
Prittie; b. 1807; m. dr. (d.) of 1 vise. 
Lismore. 

Kilboy, Nena^h, Tipperary; Cor- 
vHkyBoserea, Txpperary, 

Snnalley, dow. -baroness. Emilv, dr. 
of 1 vise. Hawarden, and sis. of capt. 
hon. sir James Ashley Maude, k.c.h. ; 
b. 1794 ; m. 2 vise. Dunalley, an Irish 
representative peer 1839-54. 
Monkstoum, Dublin. 

Bnnbar, sir Archibald, 6 bart. (1698) ; 
b. 1803 ; m. 1. dr. of Geot^ Ramsay, 
of Bamton ; 2. dr. of George Orred, 
Tranmere, Cheshire: ex-lieut. 22 ft., 
dep.-lieut. of Elgii^ convener of Moray. 
ifew {Edwhurgh) ; Dufus House, 
Elain. 

Dvnbar, sir George Sutherland, 6 bart. 
(1706), 7 baron Duffiis, but does not 
assume the title ; b. 1799 : dep.-lieut. 
of Caithness. 



Hempriggs Castle and Ackergill 
Tower, Caithness. 
Dunbar, sir James Alexander, 8 bart. 
(1814) b. 1821 ; m. dr. of col. John Whit- 
tle Parsons, c.M.o., of Zante : ex-com- 
mander royal navy, dep.-lieut. of Naim- 
• shire. 

Junior United Service; Boath HousCy. 
Nairn. 

Siubar, sir William, 7 bart. (1694) 
b. 1812 ; m. dr. of James Paterson. Car- 
pow, Perth: called to the Scotch bar 
1835, a lord of the treasury and keeper 
of the privy seal to the prince of Wales 
1869-65, keeper of the great seal to the 

Srince of Wales in Scotland 1862-65, 
ep.-lieut. of Wigtonshire, m.p. Wigton 
bujvhs 1857-65, comptroller-gen. of the 
exchequer from I860 (2000/.) 

Brooks* ; 7 Prince's Terrace, Princes 
Gate, South Kensington, S. W. '. 

Bnnbar, rev. sir William, 6 bart. 
(1697) b. 1804; m. dr. of George 
Stei>hen, London : m.a. Oxon., formerly 
minister of St. Paul's, Aberdeen, rector 
of Walwj-n's castle, Pembroke (270/.) 
tromim. 

Walwf/n's Castle, Haverfordwest. 

Bnnbar, John, s. of Joseph Dunbar^ 
Cork : b. 1827 : educated at the Roman 
Catholic college of Clongowes, m.a. 
Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1844, to 
the English bar at the Middle Temple 
1854, practised for some years in Bom- 
bay, fellow of Bombay university, m.p 
(u.R.) New Ross from 1874. 

Garriek, Stafford; 4 Garden Courts 
Temple, B.C. 

§t Bunboyne, 14 baron (1451), Theobald 

Fitzwalter Butler ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. of 

William Brander, MordenHall, Surrey : 

dep.-lieut. of Clare. 
Carlton; Knoppogue, Newmarket -on^ 

Fergus, Clare; Kildare Street Cluby 

Dublin. 
Bnncan, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Cam- 

perdown). 
Bnncan, hon. George Alexander Hal- 

dane, s. of 2 earl of Camperdown ; b. 

1845. 
39 Charles Street, Berkeley Square. 
Bnncan, hon. Hew Adam Haldane, s. 

of 1 earl of Camperdown ; b. 1830 ; m. 

dr. of lieut.-gen. Mercer Henderson, 

C.B., Fordell : dep.-lieut. of Forfar, ex- 

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1 WiUon Terrace, Belgrave Square, 
8.W, 

Bnncaii, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 1 earl 
of Caqiperdown ; b. 1810. 

Bnnean, lady. Mary, dr. of capt. James 
Coutts-Grawford, royal navy ; m. capt. 
hen. sir Henry iJuncan, r.n., c.b., 
K.c.H. (bro. of 1 earl of Camperdown). 

Bnncaimon, vise. (eld. s. of carl of 
Beasborough). 

Bnnoombe, sir Philip Duncombe 
Panncefort, 1 bart. (1859) b. 1818; m. 
dr. of col. ThoB. Philip Maunsell, Thorpe 
MalBor, Northants, m.p. : dep.-lieut. of 
Bucks and of Northamptonshire, high 
sheriff of Bucks in 1855. 

Carlton; Briekhill Matuyr^ Bucks; 
19 Fortman Square. 

Bnneombe, admiral hon. Arthur, s. of 
1 baron Feversham ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. 
(d.) of John Wihner Field, Heaton hall, 
Yorkshire: groom in waiting to the 
Queen 1840-46, a lord of the admiralty 
in 1852, M.p. (c.) east Retford 1830, 
1835-51, east ridiug of Yorkshire 1851- 
68^ dep.-lieut. of east riding of York- 
shire. 

Carlton. Gmservativc ; KUnwick 
Percy y Pocklington^ Yorkshire; 2 
Upper Qroevenor Street^ W. 

Bnneombe, hon. and very rev. Augus- 
tus, D.D., 8. of 1 baron Feveraham ; b. 
1814 ; m. lady Harriet, dr. of 5 marq. of 
Queensberry : m.a. Oxon., dean of York 
(2000/.) fVom 1858. 

The Deanery. York : Cattcick A bhey, 
Ashbourne. Derby; 49 Berkeley 
Squarcy W. 

Bnneombe, hon. Cecil, s. of 9 baron 
Feversham; b. 1832; m. dr. of Charles 
Mills, Hillingdon Court, Middlesex: 
capt. 1 life guards 1861-67, a magistrate 
for the east riding of Yorkshire, capt 10 
north riding rifle volunteers from I860. 
48 Brook Street y Qrosvenor Square ; 
Newtongrangcy Fickerinff, Yorkshire. 

Bnneombe, hon. James Henry, s. of 
1 earl of Feveraham; b. 1853: lieut. 
Soots fusilier guards. 

Bnneombe, hon. Hubert Valentine, s. 
of 1 earl of Feversham ; b. 1862. 

Bnneombe, hon. Octavius, s. of 1 baron 
Feversham; b. 1817; m. lady Emily, 
dr. of 1 earl of Cawdor : dep.-lieut. of 
■ Huntingdonshire, high sheriff of Cam- 
bridgeshire and Huntingdonshire in 
1866, ex-lieut. 1 life guards, m.p. (c.) 



north riding of Yorkshire 1841-59, 1867- 
74, col. Cambridgeshire militia from 
1852. 

Carlton; WareaUyy St. Neot'Sy Hunts; 
Westerdale, Orosmonty York; oi Baton 
Sqtiarey S. W. 

Buncombe, lady Emily, b. 1819 ; vide 
hon. Octavius Duncombe. 

Bnneombe, lady Harriet, b. 1809; 
vide hon. and very rev. Augustus 
Ihmcombe. 

Bnneombe, lady Hermione Wilhelmina, 
b. 1864; ladv Helen Venetia, b. 1866; 

. lady Mabel 'Cvnthia, b. 1869, drs. of I 
earl of Feversham. 

Bnneombe, lady Katherine, dr. of 3 
earl of Gosford; b. 1839; m. capt. 
Charles Wilmer Duncombe (s. of adm. 
hon. Arthur Duncombe), ex-grenadier 
guards. 

Kilntcick Frioryy Foeklinyiony York" 
shire. 

Bnndaa, baron (eld. s. of earl of Zet- 
land). 

Bnndaa, George (s. of James Dnndas, 
of Dunda8,vice-Ueut. of Linlithgowshire, 
by sis. of 1 earl of Camperdown ; b. 1819 ; 
m. Mary, dr. of rev. canon Atkinson 
Clark, Belford hall, Northumberland: 
ex-lieut. rifle brigade, dep. lieut of 
Linlithgowshire and m.p. 1847-68, 
governor of Prince Edward's island 
1859-70, of St. Vincent from 1874. 

Bnndaa, sir David, 2 bart. (1821) b. 
1803 ; m. 1. dr. of J. White Melville, of 
Mount Melville ; 2. lady Lucy, dr. of 2 
earl of Chichester : called to the Scotch 
bar 1824. dep.-lieut. of Perthshire, ex- 
capt. Midlothian yeomanry. 

Carlton; DunirOy Urieffy Ferth' 
shire. 

Bnndaa, rt. hon. sir David, Q.o., P.O., 
8. of James Dundas. Ochtertyre; b. 
1799 : M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1823, oueen's coun- 
sel 1840, solicitor-gen. 1846-48, judge 
advocate-gen. 1849-52, m.p. Suthenann- 
shire 1840-51, 1861-67. 

Brooks* y Travellers* ; Ochteriyre. 
Stirling. Ferth; 13 King's Bench 
Walk, Temple. 

Bnndaa, hon. and rev. Charles, a. of 2 
vise. Melville; b. 1806; m. dir. of sir 
William Boothby, bart. : m.a. Cantab., 
rector of Epworthy Bawtry, Lincoln- 
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Birndat, hon. Cospatrick Thomas, bro. 
of 3 earl of Zetland ; b. 1862. 

Birndat, hon. John Charles, bro. of 8 
earl of Zetland; b. 1845; m. hon. 
Alice, dr. of 1 yisc. Halifax : m.p. (l.) 
Richmond firom 1873. 

7 New Square^ ZincoMsInn ; 1 jETo/- 
kin Streety Belgrave Square. 

Bnndai, hon. Robert, s. of 2 vise. Mel- 
ville ; b. 1803 : storekeeper-gen. of the 
navy. 

7 Fortuffol Street, South Audley 
Street, W. 

Bnndat, hon. William FitzwiUiam 
James, bro. of 3 earl of Zetland; b. 
1860. 

Bnndat, hon. mrs. Catherine Anne, dr. 
of 1 baron Napier of Mafdala ; b. 1821 ; 
m. Henry Dundas (s. of J. Dundas, of 
Dtmdas, and bro. of George Dimdas, 
M.P. 1847-68), b. 1823. 

IhiXLdat, hon. mrs. John. dr. of James 

Talbot, of Maryville, Wexford ; m. hon. 

John Charles Dmidas, m.p. {d.), s. of 1 

earl of Zetland. 

88 Earley Street, Cavendish Square, 

BmidM, lady Emily Whitley-Deans-, 
dr. of 1 earl Dacie ; b. 1809 ; m. adm. 
sir James Whitley-Deans-Dundas, m.p., 
o.c.B. (<f.), s. of J. Deans, m.d., Cal- 
cutta, and nephew of lord Amesbuiy. 
87 Ontlow Square, Brompton, S. W* 

Bnndas, lady Harriet Emily, b. 1848 ; 
lady Margaret Matilda, b. 1852; lady 
Charlotte Jane, b. 1854 ; lady Laura 
Octavia, b. 1855 ; ladv Alice, b. 1864, 
sisters of 3 earl of Zetland. 

Bondai, lady Jane, dr. of 7 earl of 
Wemyss; b. 1811 ; m. col. Philip Dun- 
das (a.), cousin of vise. Melville. 
28 Bruton Street, Berkeley Square. 

Dnndai, lad^ Lucy Anne, b. 1815; 
vide sir David Dimdas, bart. 

«Ihmdonald, 11 earl of (1669). Thomas 
Barnes Cochrane: b. 1814 ; m. dr. of 
William Alexan^ Mackinnon, of Mac- 
kinnon; 2nd tit. baron Cochrane: ex- 
capt. 2 ft. 

junior United Service; 12 Queen* s 
Gate, South Kensington, S. W, 

Dnnedin, N.Z., 2 bn. of (1866). rt. 
rev. Samuel Tarrant Nevill, d.d. : rector 
of Shelton, Staffordshire, 1864-71, bp. 
from 1871 of Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Bnngannon, viscountess. Sophia Hill 
Trevor, dr. of G. D'Arcy Irvine, of 



Irvine castle. Fermanagh; m. 3 yisc. 

Dungannon (extinct^. 
Broum*8 Motel, JJover Street, FieeO' 

diUy. 
Bnngaryan, viscountess. Catherine, 

dr. of 2 earl of Howth ; b. ; m. 

vise. Dungarvan {d.) father ef 9 earl of 

Cork and Orrery. 
10 Chesham Street, Belgrave Square. 
Bangairan, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 

Cork) . Charles Spencer Canning Boyle ; 

b. 1861. 
Bnnglas, baron (eld. s. of earl of Home). 

Charles Alexander Home ; b. 1834 ; m. 

dr. of capt. Charles Conrad Grey, B»ir. : 

dep.-lieut. of Lanarkshire, lieut.-ooL 

commandant Lanarkshire yeomanry, 

hon. col. 4 Lanarkshire rifle volunteers. 

Bnnlo, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Clan- 
cartr). William Frederick Trench; 

Bnnlop, lieut.-gen. Franklyn, b.a.,c.b.: 
commanded the troops in China 1856-57) 
and commanded the artillery at the 
capture of Canton 1857) retired on ftdl 
pay as maj.-gen. 

Dnnlop, vice-adm. Hugh, c.B., 8. of 
gen. James Ihmlop, m.p. Kirkcudbright 
1812-27; b. 1807; m. dr. of Robert; 
Cockburuj Ormiston: served in south 
America, m the Mediterranean, on the 
coast of Africa, in the Baltic during the 
Crimean war, commodore at Jamaica 
1859-63. 

Boyal Naval (Edinburgh) ; 106 St, 
Georges Square, S. W, 

Bimlop, Robert Henry Wallace, C.B., 
s. of J. Wallace Dunlop. member of 
council, Bombay ; b. 1823; m. dr» of 
Joseph Dawson, Dulwich : in the Bengal 
civil service 1843-65. 
Lakefield, Inverness. 

Bimlop, hon. mrs. Anna Elizabeth, dr. 
of 1 vise. Ferrard ; b. 1816 ; m. Bobert 
Foster (Delap) Dunlop ; b. 1809. 

SaokvUle Street Club, Dublin; Mo- 
fiasterboiee, Callan, Louth. 

Bimlop, lady Harriet, dr. of 4 earl of 
Boseberry ; b. 1810; m. sir John Dunlop, 
bart, M.p. (extinct). 
35 Chester Square, Pimlico, S. W. 

Bimluce, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Antrim). 

Bimmore, 7 earl of (1686). Charles 
Adolphus Murray ; b. 184i ; m. dr. of 
2 ean of Leicester ; sits as Imron Dun- 
more (1831) ; 2nd tit. vise Fincastle : 
dep.-lieut. of Stiriingshire, ex*lieut. 



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Scots fusilier guards, a lord in waiting 
to the Queen from 1874. 

Dunmore Fark, Falkirk^ Stirling : 
AvoMuidh, Ule of JSarrU ; 86 Brook 
Street, Qroevenor Square. 

Sunmore, dow. -countess of. Catherine, 
dr. of 11 earl of Pembroke ; b. 1814 ; m. 
6 earl of Dunmore. 

24 Carlton House Terrace; Dunmore, 
Stirling, 

Dunning, baron ; vide Rollo. 

Dnnraven and Koontearl, 4 earl of 
(1822). Thomas ■WVndham-Quin,K.P.; 
b. 1842 ; m. dr. of lord Charles Lennox 
Ker ; sits as baron Kennr (1866) ; 2nd 
tit. tIbc. Adare: m.a. Oxon., ueut. 4 
Oxford university rifle rolunt^rs 1860- 
61, lieut. 1 life guards 1865-67, aide-de- 
camp to the yiceroy of Ireland in 1868. 
Whitens, Guards'; Adare Abbey, 
Limerick; Dunraven Caetle, Glamor ^ 
gan, 

JmnraTen, dow.-countess of. Anne, 
dr. of Henry Lambert, Camagh ; m., as 
his second vife, 3 earl of Dimraven, 
lord-lieut. of Limerick. 

16 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square. 

§tDnnmndle and Clanconal, 2 baron 
(1845). Denis St. Georze Daly; b. 
1810: m. dr. (d.) of W. Broderick: 
dep.-lieut. of Galway, ex-capt. 7 dra- 
goons. 

Carlton; Dunsandle, Loughrea, GaU 
wag. 

StDonfany, 16 baron (1461). vice-adm. 
Edward Plunkett ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. {d.) 
of % baron Sherborne: served on the 
coast of Spain 1835-40, author of ** Oaul 
or Teuton,*' etc. 

Travellers*, United Service ; Dtmsany 
Castle, Meath ; 7 Grosvenor Flace, Myde 
Fark Comer, S, W. 

Ihmfany, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, dr. 
of Lyndon Evelyn, Kevnsham Court, 
Hereford ; m. 16 oaron Dimsany. 
18 Bolton Gardens, South Kensington. 

Diuifford, mai.-gen. Henry Frederick, 
c.B. ; served as brigade-maj. in the 
SuUei campai^, commanded the troops 
of the rajahs of Puttiala and 
Jheend at Delhi, commanded the force 
against the Jynteas in Assam 1862-63, 
and commanded columns of the Bhotan 
field force in 1864. Bengal staff corps. 

Bnntse, sir John Lewis, 3 bart. (1774) ; 
b. 1809; m. dr. of rev. James Coles: 
ex-lieut. 7 dragoon guards. 

Carlton; Exleigh, Stareross, Devon, 



Dnntie, adm. John Alexander, s. of J. 
Nicholas Duntce (s. of 1 hart), pay- 
master-gen. in Sicily ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. 
of Francisco de Paula Bamires y Ba- 
lasco: served on the South American 
station. United Service; Woolwieh,S,S, 

Dnnwich, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Strad- 
broke). Greorge Edward John Mowbray 
Bous; b. 1862. 

Bnpplin, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Kin- 
noull). George Robert Hay ; b. 1849 ; 
m. dr. of 6 earl of Fife : ex-lieut. 1 life 
guards. 

65 Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Sq, ; 
Dupplin Castle, Ferth. 

Bapnii, gen. sir John Edward, R.A., 
K.O.B., s. of rev. George Dupuis, rector 
of Wendlebury, Bicester; b. 1803: 
served in Spain with the Spanish army 
1836-38, served in the Crimea, 
kniffht of the order of St. Fernando, 
of Uie legion of honour, and of the 
Medjidie, commanded the royal artillery 
in India 1856-59, commanding 11 bri- 
gade of ro}^ artillery from 1865. 
United Service; ^ Fall Mall, S, W. 

Dnrand, lady. Emily Angusta, m. 1. 
rev. Henry Polehampton ; 2. maj.-gen. 
sir Henry Marion Durand, k.c.8.1. {d,)^ 
lieut.-govemor of the Punjab. 

Durham, 2 earl of (1888). George 
Frederick D'Arcy Lambton; b. 1828: 
m. dr. {d.) of 1 auke of Abercom ; 2na 
tit. vise. Lambton : dep.-lieut. of Dur- 
ham, and lord-lieut. from 1854. 

Traveller^ ; Lambton Castle, Dur- 
ham, 

Durham, 81 bp. of (635). rt. rev. Charles 
Baring, i>*i>m bro. of 1 baron North- 
brook: b. 1807; m. 1. cousin, dr. of 
col. Cnarles Sealy ; 2. cousin, dr. of T. 
Bead Eemp, of Lewes, Sussex: m.a. 
Oxon., rector of All Saints^ Marylebone, 
1847-56, chaplain in ordmary to the 
Queen, and select preacher at Oxford 
university in 1846 and 1855, bp. of 
Gloucester 1856-61, bp. of Durham 
(8000/.) from 1861, count palatine of 
the principality of Durham. 

Athenaum; The Castle, Bishop 
Auckland, Durham, 

Dnrham, dean of (3000Z.) ; vide W. 0. 
Lake. 

Dnrham, archdeacon of {2101,) ; vide E. 
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During, lieut.-gen. Lewis Alexander : 

served in the reninsula, lieat.-col. h.p. 
. unattached. 

Bnmford, bp, ; vide Chichester. 
Dnrnford, maj.-gen. Edward William, 

B.E. : served as executive engineer in 

the Chinese expedition 1847. 
Durrant, sir Henry Josias, 4 bart. (1784); 

b. 1838 ; m. dr. of gen. sir Kobert Barton, 

K.C.B. 

Scottoio Hall. North Wahham. Nor- 
folk, 

Bnsmani, sir Antonio Lefcochilo, conte, 
K.c.M.o. ; under-secretary of Ionian 
senate 1833, secretary in the political 
department 1834, for the general 
department 1863, secretaij of the 
general commission on pubhc instruc- 
tion 1841-67. 

Bntton, Francis Stacker, f.r.o.s., 
C.1C.0., 8. of F. Button, vice-consul at 
Cuxhaven, Germany; educated at 
Berne and Bremen, member of the 
le^slative council of South Australia 
18ol-67, of the house of assembly 
1867-66, commissioner of crown lan^ 
1867-69, and in 1863, commissioner of 
public works in 1866, associat^e of the 
institute of civil engineers, member of 
the royal institution, commissioner for 
South Australia at tne Vienna exhibi- 
tion of 1873, agent-gen. in England for 
South Austitdia fh)m 1866. 

87 Great George Street, Weatmintter, 
S, W. ; 29 Inverness Road, Baystoater, 

Bntton, hon. Edward Lenox, eld s. of 
3 baron Sherborne ; b. 1831. 
2 St, Jameses Place, St. Jameses St. 

Bntton, hon. Charles, s. of 3 baron 
Sherborne ; b. 1842 ; m. dr. of George 
Noble Taylor, Madras civil service: capt. 
86 ft. 

Bntton, hon. and rev. Frederick Geoi^ 
8. of 3 baron Sherborne ; b. 1840 : m.a. 
Oxon., vicar of Sherborne with "Wind- 
rush (460/.) from 1870. 

Windrush Vicarage. Burford, Oxon. 

Bntton, hon. John Tnomas, s. of 2 
baron Sherborne; b. 1810; m. lady 
Lavinia, dr. of 6 earl of Macclesfield: 
M.A. Oxon., high sheriff of Hants in 
1866. 
Sinton House, Alresford. 

Bntton, hon. Ralph Heneage, s. of 2 
baron Sherborne ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of 
John Mansfield, Digs well House, Herts: 



M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Hants, and 
high sheriff in 1872, m.p. (c.) south 
Hants 1867-65. Cirencester 1866-68. 

Boodle's ; Timsbury Manor, Romsey, 
Hants: 16 Halkin Street West, Bel- 
grave Square, S. W, 

Bntton, hon. Julia Henrietta, dr. of S 
baron Sherborne ; b. 1832. 

Bntton, lady Lavinia, b. 1818; vide 
hon. John Dutton. 

Bwyor, maj.-cen. Henry : served on 
the staff of tne commander-in-chief in 
India (marq. of Hastings) in the Nepaul 
war. servea also in the rindaree war. 
JSast Ifidia United Service. 

Byor, sir Thomas Swinnerton, 7 bart. 
a678) ; b. 1799 ; m. dr. of col. John 
Albeck Clement, B. a., of Steppe, Hamp- 
shire : ex-capt. roval artillery. 

Brampton Halt. Middlesex; Mont' 
pelier Terrace, Cheltenham; 14 Bed- 
cliffs Square, West Brampton, S. W. ; 
Dyerhaven, Framjield, Sussex, 

Byke, sir Percival Hart, 6 bart. (1676) ; 
b. 1799; m. dr. of John Wells, Bickley, 
Kent : m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut of Kent. 

Carlton; Zullingstone Castle, Hart' 
ford. Kbit. 

Byke, William Hart, eld. s. of sir Per- 
cival Hart Dyke, bart. ; b. 1837 ; m. 
lady Emily, dr. of 7 earl of Sandwich : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Kent, m.p. 
(c.^ west Kent 1866-68, mid Kent from 
1868, joint secretary to the treasury 
from 1874. 

Carlton, Travellers'; Zees Court, 
Feversham ; Zullingstone Castle, Dart- 
ford, Kent; 22 Grafton Street, Bond 
Street, W. 

Byke, lady Emily, b. 1846 ; vide Wil- 
liam H. Dyke. 

Bymoke, dow.-lady. Emma, dr. ot 
William Pearce, of Billingford, Norfolk ; 
m. sir Henry Djrmoke, 1 oart. (extinct)^ 
hereditary cnampion of England. 

8 Portman Square, W,; Boughton 
Hall, Homcastle, 

BynoTor, 5 baron (1780). rev. Francis 
Bice; b. 1804; m. 1. dr. of Daniel 
Baymond Barker ; 2. dr. of rev. Henry 
Carnegie Knox, Lechlade, Gloucester: 
M.A. Oxon., vicar of Fairfcnrd 1828. 

Dynevor Castle, Kidwelly, Carmar- 
then; Fairfofd Vicarage, Gloucester- 
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Dyiuvur, dow. -baroness. Frances, dr. 
of lord Charles Fitzroy, and niece of 4 
duke of Grafton; b. 1803; m. 4 baron 
Dynevor. 

19 Prineit Oardma, Kniahtabridge, 
Q. W. ; Bromham Mall, Beeford. 

Dyott, coL Richard, s. o£ general Wil- 
liam Dyott; b* 1808; m. £r. of Charles 
Smiih Forster, m.p., Lysways Hall, 
liohfield: m.a. Cantab.,, dep.-lieut. of 
Staffordshire and high sheriff in 1856, 



ex-oapt 36 ft., lieut-ool. 2 Stafford 
militia from 1865, m«p. (c.) Lichfield 
£roml865. 

Carlton ; JPreeford HdO^ Lichfield. 

§D7Mrt, 6 earl of (1643). Lionel Wil- 
liam John ToUemache; b. 1794; m. dr. 
{d.^ of Sweeney Toone, Eeston Lodge ; 
2na tit. baron Muntingtower. 

Buckminater Bark, Orantham^ Lin* 
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E. 



Eager, col. Robt. John, O.B., s. of major 
iSranois Russell Eager, 31 ft, and bro. 
of major Hungerfoid Eager : served in 
the Anghanistan campaign 1842, in the 
Crimea^ served in China 1860, knieht of 
tiie legion of honour, and of the Medji- 
die, ez-lieut.-ool. 31 ft. 

Eftrdley, sir Eardley Gideon Colling, 
4 bart (1802), b. 1838; m. 1. dr. of 
James Magee, Mobile; 2. miss M. E. 
Allen (whichbeing declared bigamous he 
was sentenced to 18 months' imprison- 
ment with hard labour 1868). 
Junior Carlton. 

Eftrle, sir Hardman, 1 bart. (1869) b. 
1792; m. dr. {d.) of William Langton, 
TTirTrhftTO Lancashire: a merchant in 
liveipooL 

Alterton Tower^ ChildtoaU^ Liver- 
pool. 

Sarle, archd. Alfred: m.a. Oxon., 
prebendary of Exeter,archdeacon of Tot- 
nes from 1872, vicar from 1866 of West 
AMngton, Kingabridge, Devon (900/.) 

Earlsfort, baron (eld. s. of earl of 
Clonmel.) 

Sarp, Thomas, s. of William £arp, 
Derby; b. 1830: m. dr. of T. Weight- 
man, Lan^oid, Notts : a member of the 
firm of Bichardflon and Earn, brewers, 
Newark, m.p. (l.) Newark from 1874. 
Trent VieWt Newark. 

East, sir James Buller, d.o.l., 2 bart. 

g823)j b. 1789 ; m. dr. (d.) of James 
. Leigh, and sister of 1 baron Leigh : 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Lmer Temple 1813, dep.-lieut. of Glou- 
cestershire, M.P. Winchester 1830-32, 
1835-64. 

Bourton Souse, Moreton - in - the - 
Marshj Oloueestershire ; 4b Albany , 
Fieeadillg. 
East, sir Gilbert Augostas Clayton, 2 
bart. (1838) b. 1846; m. dr. of col. 
Eraser, Maoras staff corps. 

Union; HaU Placey Maidenhead, 
Berks. 



East, dow.-lady. Marianne Francis, 
dr. of Charles Bishop, Sunbury, Middle- 
sex, procurator-general; m. sir East 
George Clayton-East, 1 bart. 
13 Stanhope Place, Hyde Park, W. 

Eaitlake, lady. dr. of Edward RiKbv, 
M.D., Norwion ; m. sir Charles Easuake 
(^.),the celebrated historical painter and 
president of the royal academy : author 
of the " History of our Lord," and of 
the " Life of John Gibson, R. Acad." 
7 Fitzroy Square, W. 

Saifaor, vise (eld. s. of earl Somers): 

Eaitwiok, Edward Backhouse, f.r.8., 
C.B., s. of Robert Eastwick, Thurloe 
Square, London; b. 1814; m. dr. of 
James Hunter, Argyle: m.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1860, professor of Urdoo at Haileybury 
1845, assistant-secretary m the secret 
department of the Lidia office 1858. sec- 
retary of legation in Persia 1860-63, 
private secretary to the Indian secretary 
(vise. Cranbome) 1866-67, ex-major 
London rifle volunteers, m.p. (c.) Pen- 
ryn and Fahnouth 1868-74. 

Athemeum, Carlton; 88 HoUand 
Roady Kensington, W. 

Eaton, major^gen. Gerard Potter, R.A., 
bro. and neir pres. of rev. George Eaton, 
The Pole, ijitrobus, Northwich ; b. 
1813 ; m. Mary, dr. of William Henry 
Lawder, Drumdart, Limerick: col. on 
the staff of the south eastern district 
1866-72, retired on full pay as col. royal 
Madras artillery. 

The Pole, Antrobus, Northtcieh, Che- 
shire. 

Eaton, Henry William, b. 1816; m. 
dr. of Thomas Lender Harman, New 
Orleans : educated at the college RoUin, 
Paris, dep.-lieut. of Suffolk and of the 
Tower Hamlets, fellow of the geo^- 
phical, horticultural, and botanical 
societies, engaged in the silk trade in 
London, m.p. fc.) Coventry from 1865. 
Carlton, Union; Porter's Park, 
Shenley, St. Alban's; 16 Princes 
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Xbrington, vise. (eld. s. of earl Fortes- 
cue) ; b. 1864 : ex-lieut. 6 Devon rifle 
volunteers. 

Cattle Mill, South Molton, Devon. 
Sbuy, 1 baron (1857). Robert Gros- 
venor, p.c, 8. of 1 marq. of Westminater ; 
b. 1801 ; m. dr. of 1 baron Gowlev : b.a. 
Oxon., M.p. Chester 1826-47, Middle- 
sex 1847-67, dep.-lieut. of Chesnire, trea- 
surer of the household 1846-47. 

Reform; Moor Fark, Riekmane^ 
worthy HerU; 36 Fork Street, Oros- 
venor Square, W, 
Sehlin, sir Ferdinand Fenton, 6 bart. 
(1721) b. 1799; m. dr. (rf.) of J. Ka- 
vanagh, Annadruce, Westmeath. 
Rathangan, Kilaare. 
Edtn, bp. ; vide Moray and Boss. 
Eden, adm. sir Charles, k.c.b., bro. of 
sir W. Eden, 6 bart., and of bp. Eden ; b. 
1808 ; m. 1. dr. of sir Robert Williams, 
9 bart.; 2. dr. of vice-adm. Henry 
Francis Greville, c.b.: controUer-gen. 
of the coastguard 1866-69, actively em- 
ployed diurin^ the Crimean war, Imight 
of the Medjidie, a lord of the admiralty 
1859-66. 

9 Qt4een*8 Gate FlacejKeneinffton Oore, 
8.W. 
Xden, adm. Henry, s. of Thomas Eden, 
Wimbledon, dep.-auditor of Ghreenwich 
hospit^ and cousin of adm. sir Charles 
Eden; b. 1798; m. Elizabeth, dr. of 
lieut.-gen. lordCkorge Bere8ford.o.o.H.: 
served in (Greece and in south America, 
private secretary to the first lord of the 
Admiralty (earl of Auckland) 1846-48, 
commodore-superintendent at Woolwich 
1848-63, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
1863-64, a lord of the Admiralty 1866-68, 
a magistrate for Norfolk. 

United Service; QUlingham Sally 
Beeelee. 
Xden, sir William, 7 bart (1672) b. 
1849 : ex-capt. 8 hussars. 

Windleetone HaU^ Ferryhm, Dur- 
ham, 
Bden, general William Hassall, coL 90 

ft. from 1862. 
Bden, hon. Ashley, c.s.i., s. of Sharon 
Auckland ; b. 1831 ; m. Eva, dr. of adm. 
Money, c.b. (whose previous marriage 
with tne rev. J. C. M. Bellew was dis- 
solved) : entered the Bengal dvil service 
in 1862, secretary to the board of revenue 
in Bengal 1860-70, chief commiasioner 
of British Burmah from 1870 



Eden, hon. Francis Fleetwood, s. of 4 
baron Auckland ; b. 1866. 

Eden, hon. George, s. of 4 baron Auck- 
land; b. 1861. 

Eden, hon. Robert Henley Shawe, s. of 

3 baron Auckland ; b. 1840 ; m. dr. of 
rev. Frederick Hildyard, rector of Swan- 
nington, Norfolk. 

Eden, hon. William Morton, eld. s. of 

4 baron Auckland ; b. 1869. 
Eden, hon. Agnes, b. 1862; hon. 

Mary, b. 1867, drs. of 4 baron Auckland. 

Eden, hon. Eleanor, b. 1826 ; hon. 
Florence Selina, b. 1836; hon. Maria 
Harriet, b. 1836, drs. of 3 baron Auck- 
land. 

Eden, dow.-lf^. Elfrida, dr. of col. 
Iremonger, Wherwell Priory, Hants ; m. 
sir WilHam Eden, 6 bart. 

Edgar, John Ware, c.8.i. : entered the 
Bennd civil service 1861, political agent 
on the Loshai expedition m 1869, dep.- 
comnuBsioner of Cachar, BengaL from 
1870. 

Edjgenmbe, lieat.-col. hon. Charles 
iknest, s. of 3 earl of Mount-Edgoumbe ; 
b. 1838: ex-capt. grenadier ruards, 
aide-de-camp to governor of souui Aus- 
tralia (sir James Fergusson) 1868-73. 
6 Victoria Square, IHrnlteo, S. W, 

Edgonmbe, hon. Geoige, s. of 2 earl of 
Mount-Edgcumbe ; b. 1800 ; m. dr. of 
sir John Shelley, 1 bart: attach^ at 
the Hague 1821, secretary of legation in 
Switzerland 1827, in Italy 1830. in 
Switzerland 1837, in Hanover 1838-69, 
major Cornwall militia 1826-66. 

Edgenmbe, lady Ernestine Emma, dr* 
of 3 earl of Mount-Edgcumbe ; b. 1843. 

Edgonmbe, lady Victoria Frederica, b. 
1869; lady Albertha Louisa, b. 1861 ; 
lady Edith Hihuria, b. 1862, drs. of 4 
earl of Mount-Edgcumbe. 

Edgell, yice-adm. Henry Edmund, 
C.B., 8. of adm. Edgell. Standerwick 
Court ; b. 1809 ; m. CTaroiine, dr. of T. 
Rossiter, Highcliffe House, Bucks: 
brought the "Canning marbles" to 
England, served in the Crimea and in 
Chma, knight of the Medjidie. 

Unxted Service ; Standerwick Court , 
FromCy Somereet ; Rostrate JETomm, Chi^ 
cheater. 

Edgell, hon. mrs. Henrietta Wyatt, dr. 
of baronen Braye; b. 1802; m. rev. 



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Edgell Wyatt-Edgell, b.a., rector of 
North Cray, Kent, 1834-61. 

40, Growenor Street, W, ; Stanford 
Hall, Rugby, 
Xdinburgh, 1 dake of (1866) H.R.H. 
prince Alfred Ernest Albert, ll.d., 

O.C.M.O., O.C.8.I., P.O., K.T. K.O., 

second son of Queen Victoria ; b. 6 Aug. 
1844 ; m. 23 Jan. 1874, grand duchess 
Marie Alexandrovna (b. 6 Oct.^ 1853). 
dr. of Alexander 11. of Russia, and 
cousin of Prince Louis of Hesse (chief 
of the rcgk. of lancers of Jambourg) : 
earl of Kent and Ulster, prince of 
Sajce-Goburg-Gotha, duke or Saxony, 
educated at the universibr of Edinburgh, 
enterd the royal navy 1868, capt. of me 
Galatea 1867. knight of the tower and 
sword, and of the black eagle of Prussia, 
master of the Trinity House from 1866, 
coL96 (German (Saxe-Cobui^) regt. from 
1873, of 1 London artillery Tolunteers 
from 1863,granted an annuify of 16,000/., 
in 1866, and an addition of 10,000/. on 
his marriage. 

Whites, jyavellert^. Junior UniUd 
Service; Clnrenee House, St, Jame^s, 
S, W,; EastweU Park, Ashford, 

Ubiburgh, bp. of. rt. rev. Henry Cot- 
terill, D.D., 8, of rev. Joseph Gotterill, 
rector of Blakeney and canon of Nor- 
wich : b. 1812 ; m. dr. of John Pam- 
ther, Bellevue, Jamaica : m.a. Cantab., 
chaplain at Madras 1836, principal of 
Brighton college 1861, bp. of Grahams- 
town, Cape, 1856-71, op. of Edinburgh 
fh>m 1871. 
£dinburffh, 

Idmonitone, rear-adm. sir William, 
C.B., 4 bart. (1774) b. 1814; m. dr. of 
col. T. W. Parsons, c.M.o., Zante : 
dep.-lieut. of Stirlingshire, inroecting- 
eom. of t^e coast guard 1844-o2, com- 
modore on the west coast of Africa 1860- 
68, capt. of the steam reserve at Devon- 
port 1864-66, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
1866-69, superintendent of Woolwich 
dockyard 1866-71, m.p. (c.) Stirling- 
shire from 1874. 

United Service ; Duntreath and OoU 
sium, Kileyth, Stirlingshire, 

Edmonftoiie, dow.-lady. Emma, dr. of 
Randall Wilbraham, of Rode Hall, 
Cheshire; m. her cousin sir Archibald 
Edmonstone, 3 bart 

34 Wilton Place, Belgrade Square, 
S.JF, 

Idmnndi, vice-adm. Charles ; b. 1800 : 



served in the West and East Indies, the 

Mediterranean, and on the coast of 

Africa. 
iH Albany, Piceadilly, W. 
Ednam, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Dudley). 

William Humble Ward; b. 1867. 
Edwardes, sir Henry Hope, 10 bart. 

(1618) b. 1829: ex-lieut. 86 ft.,lieut. 

north Salop yeomanry from 1866. 
WhU^s, Carlton; WootUm HaU, 

Ashbourne, Derbyshire ; Orleton Hall, 

Wellington, Salop ; 66 Jermyn Street, 

St. Jameses, S. W, 
Edwardes, hon. Charles, s. of 2 baron 

Kensington; b. 1813. 
Edwardes, hon. Cuthbert Ellison, s. of 

3 baron Kensington; b. 1838: served in 

the Indian mutiny at Lucknow, capt. 

rifle brigade, dep.-assist.-(martermas- 

ter-gen. at Aldershot 1869-73. 
Sdwardes, hon. George Warren, s. of 

2 baron Kensington ; o. 1802 : ex-capt. 

royal horse guards, auditor of accounts 

at St. Helena 1846-66. governor and. 

commander-in-chief of Labuan 1866-61. 

Edwardei, hon. Henry George, s. of 3 
baron Kensington ; b. 1844 : attach^ at 
Copenhagen 1866, Rio 1868, Brussels 
1869, 2nd secretary at Pekin from 1873. 

Edwardes, hon. and rev. Thomas, s. of 
2 baron Kensington ; b. 1819 ; m. hon. 
Alice, dr. of 2 baron Brougham : m.a. 
Cantab., rector of Brougham, Westmore- 
land, 1846-63, from 1863 of Belshford, 
Homcastle, Lincoln (426/.). 

Edwardes, hon. William, eld. s. of 4 
baron Kensington ; b. 1868. 

Edwardes, hon. mrs. Richard Rosa, 
dr. of T. Cadell : m. 1. Hugh W. Bur- 
gess, Bathwick Hill, Somerset ; 2. hon. 
Richard Edwardes (d.), minister to the 
Argentine Confederation. 

Edwurdes, hon. Laura Jan& b. 1887 ; 
hon. Louisa, b. 1839 ; hon. Elizabeth, b. 
1840 ; hon. Caroline, b. 1843, drs. of S 
baron Kensington. 

67 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, 
W. 

Edwardes, hon. Gwendolen, b. 1869 ; 
hon. Sybil Laura, b. 1871 ; hon. Grace 
Louisa, b. 1827, drs. of 4 baron Ken- 
sington. 

Edwardes, lady. Emma, dr. of James 
Sidney, Richmond Hill, Surrey ; m. sir 
Herbert Benjamin Edwards, ll.d., 
K.c.B.,K.o.8.i. (d.), commissioner of the 



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Peshawur firontier in the mutmy of 
1857. 
41 Onslow Square, JBromptoHy S, W. 

Xdwardfl, sir Bryan, b. 1799 : called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1825, 
chief justice and judge of the admiralty 
at Jamaica from 1856. 
Kinffiton, Jamaica. 

SdwardB, maj.-ffen. Clement Alexander, 
C.B., s. of col. Martin Edwards, military 
secretary to the duke of York ; b. 1810 ; 
m. 1. Jane Newenham ; 2. Ada, dr. of 
Bichard Morrison, f.k.c.8.1. : served in 
China as assist.-quartermaster-gen., in 
the Burmese war 1852, in the Crimea, 
commanded the brigade at Mhow 1858- 
59, knight of the le^on of honour, in- 
spector-gen. of recruiting 1867-73. 

Senior United Service; 13 i>won- 
shire Terraecy Hyde Fark, W. 

Zdwardf, sir Heniy, 1 bart. (1866) b. 
1812 ; m. dr. of Thomas Coster, March- 
wood, Hants : dep.-lieut. Yorkshire and 
high sheriff in 1871, m.p. (c.) Halifax 

- 1847-52, Beverley 1857-69, lieut.-col. 
commandant 2 west York yeomanry 
fhmi 1863. 

Carlton, Boodle^ a, Junior Carlton; 
Fyeneet, HM'ax ; 32 Dover Street,, 
Piccadilly, W\ ^ 

ZdwardB, Henry, 8. of J. Edwards, 
Somerton, Somersetshire ; b. 1820 : 
dep.-lieut. of the Tower Hamlets and 
of Middlesex, a merchant in London, 
M.p. (l.) Weymouth tnm 1867. 

Wmdham; Nutjield, MedhiU ; 53 
Berkeley Square, W. 

Xdwardi, gen. Peter. 

Xdwardt, dow.-lady Harriet, dr. of 
rev. prebendary Johnson of "Wells ; 
m. 1. John Owen Herbert, of Dolvormn ; 
2. sir John Edwards, of Greenfield, Ma- 
chynlleth and Garth, 1 bart. (ext.). 

Greenjields, Machynlleth, MontgO' 
fnery, 

THBngham, 2 earl of (1887). Henry 
Howard; b. 1806; m. dr. of gen. sur 
Gordon Drummond, o.c.b. ; &d tit. 
baron Howard of Effingham : dep.-lieut. 
of Wilts and of the west Biding of York- 
shire, M.p. (l.) Shaftesbury 1841-45. 

Travellers' ; Tusmore Mouse, Bices- 
ter, Oxon ; Orange, Bother ham, York' 
shire; 67 Baton Place, Belgrave Square, 
S.W, 

Egerton, 1 baron (1859). William 
Tatton Egerton ; b. 1806; m. dr. of 2 



marq. of Ely: m.p. Lymington 1830, 
Nortli Cheshire 1832-58, maj. Cheshire 
yeomanry from 1863, lord-lieut. of 
Cheshire from 1868. 

Carlton; Tatton Fark, Knutsford, 
Cheshire; 7 St. James's Square, FaU 
Mall. 

Egerton, sir Philip.de Malpas Grey, 10 
bart. (1617) b. 1806 ; m. dr. of George 
J. Legh, of*^ High Legh, Cheshire : b.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, a trustee 
of the British Musciun, a member of the 
senate of the University of London, 
lieut.-ool. Cheshire yeomanry from 1847, 
M.p. (c.) Chester in 1830, South Cheshire 
1835-68, West Cheshire fit>m 1868. 

Carlton, Athenattm; Oulton Fark, 
Tarporley, Cheshire; 28b Albemarle 
Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Egerton, hon. Allan de Tatton, s. of 1 
baron Egerton ; b. 1845 :m. dr. of Simon 
Watson Taylor, of Earlstoke Park, 
Wilts : lieut. 36 Middlesex rifle volun- 
teers fWm 1873. 
4 Portugal Street, Orosvenor Square, 

Egerton, hon. Algernon Fulke, d.o.l., 
B. of 1 earl of EiUesmere ; b. 1825 ; m. 
dr. of lord George Cavendish: dep.- 
lieut. of Lancasnire, lieut. -col. -com- 
mandant duke of Lancaster's yeoman^ 
from 1862, hon. col. 40 Lancashire riffe 
volunteers from 1860, secretary to the 
admiraltj firom 1874, m.p. (c.) South 
Lancashire 1859-68, South-east Lanca- 
shire from 1868. 

Carlton, Travellers* ; Worsley Mall, 
Manchester ; 3 Upper Eccleston Street, 
Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Egerton, hon. Alfred John Francis, s. 
of 2 earl of EUesmere ; b. 1854 : ex.- 
lieut. 3 royal Lancashire militia, lieut. 
grenadier guards. 

Egerton, rear.-adm. hon. Francis, s. of 
1 earl of EUesmere ; b. 1824 ; m. lady 
Louisa, dr. of 7 duke of Devonshire : 
served in the Crimea, naval aide-de- 
camp to the Queen 1865-73, a magis- 
trate for Surrey, m.p. (l.) Derbyshire 
East from 1868. 

Travellers'. United Service; St, 
Georgt^sEilLByfleet, Weybridge; 78 
Piccadilly, Jr. 

Egerton, hon. Seymour John Grey, s. 
of 2 earl of Wilton ; b. 1839 ; m. dr. of 
W. Russell, accountant. -gen. in chan- 
cery (s. of lord William jftuBsell) : ex- 



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eapt. 1 life guards, dep.-oommissioEier of 
muflio at Eensmgton MnaeuiiL 

24 St. Qeorgi^i Square^ Belgrave 
Boad, S.JF. 

Srarton, hon. Wilbraham, eld. s. of 1 
Daron Egerton ; b. 1832 ; m. lady Mary, 
dr. of 2 earl Amhent : x.A. Oxon., capt. 
Cheshire yeomanry from 1863, chaiiman 
of Choroh Befenoe Institutioii, Parlia- 
ment-street, from 1874, M.p. (c.) Nortii 
Cheshire 1858-68, Mid Cheshire from 
1868. 

Carlton, Tnwellert' ; JtotthemeSaU, 
Knuttford, Cheshire: 45 Rutland Oate, 
Kn%ght$hrxdg$, 8. Jv. 

Egerton, hon. mrs. Arthur, dr. of 
Martin Tucker Smith, m.p.; m. col. 
hon. Arthur Egerton (a.), s. of 1 earl of 
EUesmere. 

Srarton, hon. Elizabeth Anna, dr. of 1 
baron Egerton ; b. 1834. 

Egerton, hon. mrs. Henrietta Elizabeth, 
dr. of 1 baron Londesborough ; b. 1836 ; 
m. capt. Philip le Belward Egerton (eld. 
8. of sir Philip de Malpas Egerton, 10 
Iwrt), b. 1833, ex-capt. coldstream 
gnams, dep.-Heut. of Cheshire. 

28b Albemarle Str et, Piccadilly; 
Oulton Farkf Tarporley, Cheshire, 

Egerton, lady Mabel Laura, b. 1869 ; 
lady Alice Constance, b. 1870; lady 
Beatrice, b. 1871, drs. of 4 earl of EUes- 
mere. 

Egerton, lady Louisa, b. 1885; vide 
hon. Francis Egerton. 

Egerton, lady Maiy Frances, dr. of 2 
earl Manvers; b. 1819; m. Edward 
Christopher Egerton (<f.), M.p. Maccles- 
field 1852-69, under-secnfftary for foreign 
affiiin 1866-68, bro. of 1 barrai Egerton. 
45 Eaton Place, Eaton Square, 8. 7F, ; 
MomtfieldCourt,Mohertsbridge,Siusex, 

Efferton, ladv Mary, b. 1887; vide 
noil. Wilbranam Egerton. 

Sglinton, 16 earl of (1607). Archibald 
William Montgomene ; b. 1841 ; m. dr. 
of 2 earl of Tarborough ; sits as eari of 
Winton (1859) ; 2nd tit. earl of Winton 
(1600): dep.-lieut. of Ayrshire and 
Lanarkshire, hereditary sheriff of Ben- 
frewshire, capt. Ayrshire yeomanry from 
1862. 

CarUon; Eglinton Castle, Ayr; 
Cleuffheam, Lanark; Polnoon, Sen- 
freto ; 3 Upper Belgrave Street, S, W. 

Egnont, 7 earl of (1788). Charles 
George Pereeral, nephew of adm. 6 I 



earl ; b. 1845 ; m. Lucy, dr. of Henry 
King ; sits as baron Lovell and Holland 
(1762); 2nd tit. vise. Peroeval: b.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut of Bucks and of 
Northants, m.p. (o.) Midhurst in 1874, 
capt Bucks yeomanry from 1874. 

Fassenham Manor, Stony Stratford^ 
Northants; Calverton, Bucks; Cow^ 
droy Park, Midhurst, Sussex ; Lohort 
Castle, Cork; 26 St, James's Place, S, W. 
Egremont, dow. -countess of. Jane, 
dr. of rev. William Roberts, Eton Col- 
lege ; m. Geoi^ Wyndham, 4 earl of 
Egremont (extinct). 

SUverton Park, CoUumpton, Devon ; 
Orchard Wyndham, WVUton. Taun- 
ton, 

Eloho, baron (eld. s. of earl of Wemyss). 
Francis Wemyss Charteris. ll.d.; o. 
1818 ; m. dr. of 1 earl of Lichfield : b jl. 
Oxon.^ LL.D. Edinburgh, dep.-lieut of 
Haddingtonshire, a lord of the treasuiy 
1852-55, M.p. (l.) East Gloucestershire 
1841-46, Haddingtonshire from 1847» 
lieut-ooL London Scottish rifle volun- 
teers from 1860. 

Carlton; Amiq/leld and Gosfbrd 
House, Haddington; 23 St. Jamoifs 
Place, PaUMaU,S,W, 
Eldon, 8 earl of (1821). John Scott ; 
b. 1845 ; m. dr. of capt H. M. Tumor ; 
2nd tit vise. Enoombe. 

Junior Carlton ; Encombe, Wareham, 
Dorset ; Shirley, Croydon ; 1 Hamilton 
Place, Piccadilly, W, 

Eldridge, Charles Monroe : treasoier 
of Antigua 1863^ immigration agent 
1864, acting colonial secretary 1865-67, 
secretary to the government of St Eitts 
and Nevis 1869, president of Bominioa 
from 1872. 

Elgin, 9 earl of (1683), and 12 earl of 
Kincardine fl647). Victor Alexander 
Bruoe; b. 1849; sits as baron Elgin 
(1849); 2nd tit baron Bruee: B.A. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Fife. 
Broom HaU, Dunfermline, life, 

Elgin, dow. -countess of. Mary, dr. of 
1 earl of Durham ; b. 1819 ; m. 8 eail of 
Elgin, govemor.-gen. of India. 

•EUbank, 10 baron (1648). Montolien 
Fox Oliphant Murray ; b. 1840 ; m. dr. 
of EdwMxl Scott, Southsea : retired com- 
mander royal navy. 

Elibank Cottage, Selkirk: BaUon- 
erieff, Haddington ; Damhall, PMes, 



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^libftnk, master of (eld. s. of baron 
Elibank). Alexander William Charles 
OUphant Murmy ; b. 1870. 

^Blibank, dow. -baroness. Emily, dr. of 
Archibald Montgomer>% Whim, Peebles, 
and niece of sir James Montg<)mer7, 1 
bart ; m. 9 baron Elibank. 
Damhally FeebUs. 

Xliot, lord (eld. s. of earl of St. Ger- 
mans). William Gordon Comwallis 
Eliot ; b. 1829 : secretary of legation in 
Brazil 1859, Portugal 1864-6i5, m.p. 
Deronport 1866-68, summoned to the 
house of peers in his father's barony of 
Eliot in 1870. 

TraveUers'; 36 Dover Street, Picea- 
dUlyy W.; Fort Eliot, St. Germans, 
Cornwall. 

Hiot, gen. John, R.A. ; b. 1787 ; m. 
Cayenne, dr. of Andrew Tracy : dep.- 
lieut. of Devon, retired on full pay as 
col. royal Bengal artillery. 
Barley Home, Plymouth^ 

Zliot, hon. Charles George Comwallis, 
B. of 3 earl St. Crermans ; b. 1830 ; m. 
dr. of sir John Guest, 1 bart. : ex-capt. 
grenadier guards, a groom of the privy 
chamber to the Queen from 1871, 
equerry to Princess Christian of Schlee- 
wig-Holstein from 1869. 

2 Ovinyton Gardens, Brompton, S. W. 

XUot, hon. Henry Comwallis, s. of 3 
earl of St. Germans ; b. 1836 : served 
in the royal navy 1848-63, a clerk in 
the foreign office irom 1866. 
36 Dover Street, Piccadilly, W. 

mott, adm. Russell, s. of sir William 
Eliott,7 bart. ; b. 1799 ; m. 1. dr. of sir 
WiUiam Russell, bart. ; 2. Henrietta, dr. 
of sir John Lister Kaye, 1 bart, and 
widow of John Ward: served in the 
Wbst Indies and on the South American 
station, inspector-gen. imder the Edin- 
burgh Doard for the relief of Highland I 
destitution 1847-49. | 

Xliott, sir William Francis Augustus, 
8 bart. a666) b. 1827 ; m. dr. of Robert 
Wood, Quebec : ex-lieut. 93 ft. 

Stohs Castle, Hawiek ; Wells House, 
Jedburah ; Thames Bank House, Mort- 
lake, Surrey, 

EUott, lady. Georgina, dr. of gen. 
RoaseU, Bmgal army; m. sir Daniel 
Ehott, K.C.8.I. (d.), governor of Madras 
(8. of sir W. F. Ehott, 6 bart). 
12 Boltons, West Brompton^ S. W. 

SlaDboroiigh, 3 baron (1802). Charles 
•pMrnt^il Law, nephew of earl of Ellen- 



borough, o.c.B. ; b. 1820 ; m. 1. dr. of 4 
earl of Warwick ; 2. dr. of rev. John 
Fitzgerald Day. Beaufort House, Kil- 
lamey ; 3. dr. or Alexander Ogilby, Pel- 
lipar, Londonderry ; 4. Beatrice, dr. of aip 
Norton Ejiatchbuil, 10 bart.: served in 9 
lancers in Sutlej campaign, ex-Ueut.- 
col. 61 ft. Army atm Navy ; HoUy 
Spring, Bracknell, Herts: 39 Chapel 
Street, Belgrade Square, W, 

Elleimere, 8 earl of (1846). Francis 
Charles Granville Egerton ; b. 1847 ; m. 
dr. of 2 marq. of Normanby ; 2nd tit. 
vise. Brackley : b.a. Cantab., eapt. duke 
of Lancaster's yeomanry from 1889. 

Bridyewater House, Cleveland Square^ 
S.W.; Worsley Hall, Manchester; 
Burwood, Cobham, Surrey. 

Ellesmere, dow. -countess of. Mary 
Louisa, dr. of 1 earl Cawdor ; b. 1826 ; 
m. 2 earl of Ellesmere. 

Bridyewater House, Cleveland Sq,, 
St. Jatnes^s ; Burwood House, Cobham^ 
Surrey, 

Elliee, Edward, s. of rt. hon. Edward 
EUice, war secretary 1833 ; b. 1817 ; m. 
1. dr. of gen. Balfour, of Balbimie ; 2. dr. 
of T. C. Nagart, and widow of A. Speirs, 
Elderslie, Renfrew : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
Ueut. of Invemese-shire, a magistrate 
for Invemess-shire,Fife8hire, and Banff- 
shire, M.p. (L.) Huddersfield 1837, St. 
Andrew's from 1837. 

Reform, Brooks^ ; Glennaquoich, In^ 
veryarryji/werness ; 28 Grosvenor 
Spiare, W. 

EUioe, lieut.-fi;en. sir Charles Henry, 
K.C.B., B. of gen. Robert Ellice, and 
nephew of rt. non. Edward Ellice ; b. 
1823 ; m. dr. of WiUiam Henry Lamb- 
ton, and niece of 1 earl of Durham: 
served in the Indian mutiny, commanded 
the south-eastern district 18i54-68, quar- 
termaster-gen. 1871-74, adjuiant-g^. 
from 1874. 86 Eaton Place, S,W.; 
Hominysheath, Bury St, Edmonds* 

Elliee, lady Jane Harriet, dr. of 8 earl 
of Radnor; b. 1819 ; m. William Ellice 
(s. of W. Ellice, M.P., and nephew of 
rt. hon. Edward Ellice), b. 1814. 

27 Upper ^Brook Street, Grosvmor 
Square, 

Ellieot, bp. ; vide Gloucester. 

Elliot, adm. sir Charles, s. of rt. hon. 
Hugh Elliot, governor of Madras, and 
nephew of 1 earl of Minto ; b. 1801 ; m. 
dr. of Robert Harley Windsor : contul- 
gonerd of Texas 1841-46, saperintendent 



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of British trade in China 1834-41, 
goyernor of Bermuda 1846-54, of Trini- 
dad 1854-56, of St. Helena 1863-70. 
Atheiu^niy United Service, 

niiot, col. Charles, c.b., s. of James 
Elliot, of Wolflee. and hro. of sir Walter 
Elliot, K.c.s.i. ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 
sir A. Bamsay, 2 bart. : superintcnident 
of Astagnun division, Mirsore, from 
1867. 

XUiot, very rev. dean Gilbert, D.D., s. 
of rt. hon. Hugh Elliot; b. 1800 ; m. 1. 
dr. of P. Br}'done, Berwick ; 2. dr. of 
Charles Dickinson, Farley Hill Court. 
Berks: m.a. Cantab., dean of Bristol 
from 1850. 

Farley Hill Court, Reading ; The 
Deanery J Bristol, 

Elliot, sir George, 1 bart. (1874), s. of 
BalphEUiot, Pensher, Durham ; b. 1814 ; 
m. Margaret dr. of G. Green, of Durhun : 
president or the institute of mining 
engineers, formerly of the firm of Glass, 
Elliott,and Co.. wire-rope manufsicturers, 
M .p. (c.) North Durham Jan. 1868-74, 
and from June 1874. 

Junior Carlton, Whitehall; JEouah- 
ton HalL Feftcehouses, Durham ; Aoer- 
aman Mousey Olamorgan ; 1 Park St., 
Fark Lane, W.; 23 Great George 8t,y 
Westminster, S. W, 

Xlliot, adm. George, s. of adm. hon. 
sir George Elliot, k.c.b., m.p. : b. 1812 ; 
m. Susan, dr. of lieut.-col. Wauchope, 
Niddrie Marischal, Midlothian: served 
on the South American, African, Indian, 
and West Indian stations, aide-de-camp 
to the Queen 1856-58, superintendent of 
Portsmouth dockyard 1868-62, m.p. (c.) 
Chatham from 1874. 

17 St. George^ sSquare,Fimlieo, S. W, 

Xlliot, George William, s. of sir Geoige 
Elliot, Houghton Hall, Durham, bart., 
M.p. ; b. 1844 ; m. dr. of Charles Taylor, 
Sunderland: m.a. Cantab., a colIieiT 
owner,M.p. (c.) Northallerton from 1874. 
Carlton, Garriek ; 1 Fark Street, 
Fark Lane; Langton Sail, North- 
allerton, Yorkshire, 

Xlliot, rt. hon. sir Henry George, 
O.C.B., P.C., s. of 2 earl of Minto ; b. 
1817 ; m. dr. of sir Edmund Antrobus, 
2 bart: secretary to the governor of 
Tasmania (sir John Franklm) 1836-39, 
jwcretary of legation at the Hague 1848, 



at Vienna 1853, envoy to Denmark 1858,. 
to Naples 1859, to Greece, 1862, to Italy 
1863, ambassador at Constantinople from 
1867. 
Travellers', 
Xlliot, Richard CoflSn, c.b. : serred in 
the Crimea, and in India, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie,. 
dep.-inspector-gen. of hospitals. 
Edinburgh. 
Xlliot, sir Thomas Frederick, k.c.m.o., 
8. of rt. hon. Hugh Elliot, governor of 
Madras, bro. of 1 eari of Minto ; b. 1808; 
m. 1. dr. of James Perry, of the 
"Morning Chronicle" ; 2. dr. of adm. 
sir Robert Howe Bromley, Stoke HalL 
Notts : secretary to governor-general of 
Canada (earl of Gosford) 1835-38^ chief 
of tiie first department of emigration in 
;&igland 1838-47, assistant-under-secre- 
ttury for the colonies 1847-68. 

Athenaeum ; 7 Onslow Sq,,Brompton^ 
S,W. 
Xlliot, sir "Walter, k.c.s.i., s. of James 
Elliot, Wolflee, Roxburgh; b. 1803 ; m. 
dr. of Sir David Hunter Blair, 3 bart. : 
entered the East India oivU service in 
1820, political agent in the Mahratta 
country 1822-23, member of the board 
of revenue at Madras 1837-48, commis- 
sioner of the northern circuit 1848-54^ 
senior member of council at Madras 
1854-59. 

Netc (Fdinburgh) ; Travellers' ; 
Wolflee, Mawick. 
Xlliot, major-gen. William Hamilton^ 
K.A. : retirecTon full pay as coL 

16 Campdcn House Moad, Kensington^ 
W, 
Xlliot, hon. Arthur Ralph Douglas, s. 
of 3 earl of Minto ; b. 1846 : m.a. Oxon. 
4 Hareourt Buildings, Temple, E,C,; 
48 Eaton Square, S, W, 
Xlliot, adm. hon. Charles Gilbert, c.B.» 
s. of 2 earl of Minto ; b. 1818 ; m. 1. dr. 
of sir Edward Bhickett, 6 bart. ; 2. lady 
Harriet, dr. of 1 earl of Ravensworth : 
naval aide-de-camp to the Queen 
1857-63, commander-in-chief in South 
America 1864-66, at Sheemess 1870-73. 
Xlliot, hon. George Francis Stewart, s. 
of 2 earl of Minto; b. 1822: m.a. Can- 
tab., called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 
1847, private secretary to earl Russell 
when foreign secretary, and also when 
first lord of the treasury 1859-66. 



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Elliot, hon. Hugh Frederick Hislop, s. 
of 3 earl of Minto ; b. 1848 : b.a. Can- 
tab. 
48 Baton Square, S. W, 

Elliot, hon. William Fitzwilliam, s. of 
3 earl of Minto ; b. 1849 : lieut. 93 ft. 

Elliot, hon. mrs. Gilbert, dr. of rt. 
rev. bp. Gilbert, of Chicheater ; m. col. 
hon. Gilbert Elliot, rifle brigade (d.), 
8 Stanhope Place, Hyde Fark, W. 

Elliot, hon. mrs. Anna Maria, dr. of 
16 baron Trimleston; b. 1839; m. 
Robt Henry EUiot, b. 1837. 
Clifton Park, Keleo, 

Elliot, lady Charlotte, sis. of 6 earl of 

Southesk ; b. ; m. 1. Thomas 

Scrimgeour Fotheringham, of Fother- 
intham, Forfer; 2. Frederick Boileau 
Elliot (s. of adm. hon. sir C^i^ge Elliot, 

G.C.B.). 

Elliot, lady Harriet, b. 1886; vide 
adm. hon. Charles Elliot. 

BUiot, lady. dr. of William Cowell, 
East India company's service; m. sir 
Henry Miers EUiot, k.c.b. (rf.), foreign 
secretary to the governor-general of 
India in council. 
7 Stanhope Street, Eyde Park, W. 

Elliott, lady. Jane, dr. of William Ash- 
more, St. Matthew's, Ipswich ; m. gen. 
sir William Henry Elhott, k.h., o.c.b. 



'%. 



\ Cambridge Square, W, 

Elliott, major-gen. George, K.M. : served 
in Spain 1837, in Chma 1842, and in 
the Crimea, knight of San Fernando, 
and of the Medjidie, retired on ftdl pay 
as lieut.-col. 

Elliott, major-gen. Wm. Russell: ex- 
lieut.-ool. Bengal staff corps, served in 
the Punjab campaign 1848-49, including 
the siege of Mooltan and the battle of 
GKx)jerat, dep.-conunissionOT in the Pun- 
jab 1867-74. 

Suif, Robert Staunton, c.B. : entered 
the Madras civil service in 1844, chief 
secretary to the government of Madras 
1866-72, member of the council at 
Madras from 1872. 

EUii, hon. Augustus William Charles, 
s. of 6 baron Howard de Walden; b. 
1846: ex-ensign 60 ft. 

EUii, hon. Charles Arthur, s. of 6 

baren Howard de Walden; b. 1839: 

B.A. Oxon., called to the bar at lincoln's 

Inn 1868. 

6 South Street, Groevenor Sg., W. . 



Ellii, hon. Henry Evelyn, R.N., s. of 
6 baron Howard de Walden; b. 1843. 

Ellii, hon. John Charles, r.n., s. of 6 
baron Howard de Walden ; b. 1841. 

BUii, hon. Leopold George Agar-, bro. 
of 3 vise. Clifden; b. 1829; m. hon. 
Harriet, dr. of 3 baron Camoys : called 
to the bar 1854, major Kilkenny nulitia 
1860-70, M.p. (lO Kilkenny 1^7-74. 
Jfy Bel^rave Road, S.W.; Gowran 
Castle, Kilkenny, 

EUii, hon. and rev. William Charles, 
s. of 6 baron Howard de Walden ; b. 
1835 ; m. dr. of Henry Metcalfe Ames, 
Linden- Moroeth: m.a. Oxon., rector 
of Bothal, Morpeth, Northumberland 
(1400/.) fiim 18^1. . 

Sheepwaah Rectory, Morpeth, 

Elli«, hon. Harriet Georgina, b. 1831 ; 
hon. Charlotte Isabella, b. 1834, drs. of 
6 Howard de Walden. 

Blli«, hon. Lilah Georgina Augusta 
Agar-, dr. of 4 vise. Clifden; b. 1^2. 

Ells, hon. mrs. Augustus, dr. of sir 
David Dick Cunynghame, 4 bart. ; m. 
lieut.-ool. hon. Augustus Ellis (d.). 

Elli«, hon. mrs. Mina, dr. of 2 baron 
Taunton ; b. 1843 ; m. lieut. -col. Arthur 
EUis, grenadier guards (s. of lieut. -coL 
hon. Augustus Frederick Ellis, s. of 1 
baron Seaford), b. 1837, equerry to the 
prince of Wales from 1870. 
36 Piccadilly, W. 

EUiflon, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 4 baron 

Rokeby ; b. ; m. col. Robert Ellison 

{d.), Hepburn Hall, Gateshead. 

8 Wilton Place, Bekrave Square, 
S.TF.; Hepburn Hall, Gate8head,Dur' 
ham, 

Elmhirtt, miyor-ffen. Charles, c.B., s. 
of Richard Ehnhirst, of West Abbey 
. Grove, Lincoln, major Lincoln rniliHft ; 
b. 1809 : served in Affghanistan in 1842 
with 9 ft., and in the Crimea, knight of 
the legion of honoiu*, and of the Medjidie, 
commanding the infantry brurade at 
Malta from 1874. 

Elmley, vise. (eld. s. of earl Beau* 
champ). 

•fElphiiiBtone, 15 baron (1509).' Wil- 
liam BuUer Fullerton Elphinstone; b. 
1828 ; m. dr. of 6 earl of Dunmore : re- 
tired capt. royal navy, knight of the 
Medjidie, fellow of the zoolog^al socia^, 

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a lord in waiting to the Queen from 

1874. 
Carltony Artnt/ and Navy; Car- 

herry Tower, Musselburgh, 
ElpUnitone, sir Howard, f.r.8., d.c.l. 

2 bart. (1816) b. 1804; m. dr. of J. 

CurteiB, M.P., Windmill Hill, Sussex: 

M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at Lincoln's 

Inn 1840, m.p. Hastings 1835-37, Lewes 

1841-47, dep.-lieut. of Sussex. 
Reform, A theti/eum . 
Elphinstone, col. sir Howard Cranford, 

R.E., V.C, C.M.O., K.C.B., S. of Capt. 

Alexander Elphinstone, royal navy ; b. 
1830: served in the Crimea when he 
received the Victoria cross, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 
.governor to prince Arthur 1869-71, 
treasurer to prince Arthur from 1871, 
commandant royal engineer train frx)m 
1873. 
Junior United Service. 
Elphinatone, sir James Dalrymple Horn, 
2 bart. (1828rb. 1806; m. dr. of Ueut.- 
gen. sir John Heron Maxwell, 4 bart. : for 
many years a captain in the East India 
company's navy, dep.-lieut. of Aberdeen- 
shire, M.p. (c.) Portsmouth 1857-65, 
and from 1868, a lord of the treasur}- 
from 1874. ' 

Carlton, Travellers' ; Lo^ie Blphin- 
stone, Piteaple, Aberdeenshire. 
Xlphinatone, hon. Edward Charles, bro. 
of 16 baron Elphinstone; b. 1832; 
m. dr. of rt. hon. sir George Clerk, 
K.C.8.I., 7 bart. : ex-capt. 92 ft., aide- 
de-camp to the governor of Bombay 
(13 baron Elphinstone) 1863-57, capt, 
1 Stirling rifle volunteers from 1863. 
Elphinstone, hon. George James, k.n., 
bro. of 15 baron Elphinstone ; b. 1841. 
Elphinstone, hon. James Bmmmond, 
master of Elphinstone, eld. s. of 15 baron 
Elphinstone ; b. 1866. 
Elphinstone, hon. Monntstuart "Wil- 
liam, 8. of 16 baron Elphinstone; b. 
1871. 
E^hinstone, hon. Sidney Herbert, s. 

of 16 baron Elphinstone ; b. 1869. 
Elphinstone, hon. Lilian, b. 1867 ; 

hon. , b. 1873, drs. of 16 baron 

Elphinstone. 
Elrington, coL Frederick Robert, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea with the rifle bri- 
gade, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, col. of the brigade 
depAt at Winchester 1873-74, lieut.-col. 
h.p. brigade depot. 



Elton, sir Arthur Hallam, 7 bart. 
(1717) b. 1818; m. dr. (rf.) of J. 
Willis, Hampton Court, and widow of 
Capt. James Baird, 16 hussars : ex-lieut. 
14 ft., dep.-lieut. of Somersetshire, and 
high shenff in 1857, m.p. Bath 1867-69, 
ex-capt. 1 Somersetshire artillery volun- 
teers. 
Athenaum ; Clevedon Court, Bristol. 
Elton, sir Edward Marwood, 1 bart. 
(1838) b. 1801 : m.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1827, dep.- 
lieut. of Devon, and high sheriff in 
1858. 

Reform, Brooh? ; Widworthy Court, 
HonUon, Devon; 31 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square. 
Elvey, sir Geon^ Mus. D., s. of John 
Elvey, Canterbury ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of 
Richard Jarvis, Caanbridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park : doctor of music or Oxford univer- 
sity, organist to St. George's chapel, 
Wmdsor, from 1836, to the Queen from 
1837. 
Cloisters, Windsor Castle. 
Elwyn, major-gen. John Harvey, R.A.: 
commanded l£e artillery in the Sum- 
bulpore districts during the Indian mu- 
tiny, retired on full pay as lieut.-col. 
royal Madras artille^^•.. 
Elwyn, lieut.-gen. Ttiomas, k.a, : ex- 
lieut. -general. 
Ely, 4 marq. of (1800). John Henry 
"Wellington Graham Loftus, b. 1849 ; 
sits as baron Loftus (1801) ; 2nd tit. 
vise. Loftus. 

Ely Castle, Fermanagh; Loftus Hall, 
Wexford. 
Ely, do w. -marchioness of. Jane, dr. 
of James Joseph Hope-Vere, and sis. of 
W.E.Hope-Vere.CraigieHaU; b.l821; 
m. 3 marq. of Elv : a lady of the bed- 
chamber to the Queen from 1861 (600/.). 
Ely Lodge, EnniskiUen ; Lofttts Hail, 
Wexford. 
Ely, 58 bp. of (1109). rt. rev. James 
Russell Woodford, i>.D., s. of James 
Russell Woodford, Henley-on-Thames ; 
b. 1820 : M.A. Oxon., incumbent of Coal- 
pit heath, Gloucestershire, 1846, of St. 
Mark's, Lower Easton, 1848, vicar of 
Kempsford 1866, of Leeds 1868-73, hon. 
canon of Christ church, Oxford, chap- 
lain to the Queen 1872-73, chaplain 1 
Cambridgeshire rifle volunteers from 
1874, bp. of Ely from 1873 (6500/.). 

The Palaee, Ely; 87 Dover Street^ 
Pieeadilly, W, 



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Ely, dean of (160(W.) ; vide C. Merivale. 

Ey, archdeacon of (600Z.) ; vide W. 
Emeiy. 

Emery, ven. archdeacon William, b.d. : 
M.A. Cantab., archdeacon of Ely from 
1864, canon of Ely (800/.). 
The College, Ely, 

Emly, 1 baron (1873). WiUiam Mon- 
sell, p.c. ; b. 1812 ; m. 1. dr. of 2 earl 
of l)unraven ; 2. Berthe, dr. of count de 
Montigny Boutainvillicrs : m.a. Oxon., 
clerk of the ordnance 1852-57, president 
of the board of health in 1857, vice- 
president of the board of trade in 1866, 
under-flecretary for the colonies 1868-69, 
postmaster-general 1869-73, dep.-lieut. 
of Limerick and high sheriff in 1835, 
M.P.. (l.) limerick 1847-73, hon.-col. 
Limerick county militia from 1864, lord- 
lieut. of limerick from 1867. 

Athen<Bwn, IStaffordy Oxford atui 
Cambridge; Tcrvoe^ Liinerick. 

Smljrn, yisc. (eld. s. of earl of CawdorJ. 
Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell ; 
b. 1847; m. dr. of Christopher (and 
ladv Caroline) Tumor, of Stoke Roch- 
ford, Lincoln: m.a. Oxon., m.p. (c.) 
Carmarthenshire from 1874, dep.-lieut. 
of Carmarthenshire, and of Pembroke- 
shire^ ex-capt. Carmarthen artillery 
militia. 

GarlUm, WTiit^s; Golden Grove, 
LlandilOy Carmarthen; 42 Wilton Cret- 
eenty Belgrave Square. 

Encombe, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Eldon). 
John Scott; b. 1870. 

Enfield, yisc. (eld. s. of earl of Straf- 
ford). George Henry Charles B}Tig; 
b. 1830 ; m. dr. of 1 earl of Ellesmere : 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Middlesex, 
parliamentary secretary to the poor law 
Doard 1865-66, under secTetar}- for foreign 
aflSairs 1870-74, m.p. (l.) Tavistock 
1852-67, Middlesex 1857-74, Ueut.-col. 
commandant west Middlesex militia 
1869-73, hon. col. from 1873, called to 
the house of peers in 1874 in his father's 
barony of Strafford. 

Boodles, White's, Brooks*; 7 Charles 
Street, Berkeley Square; Penerly Lodge, 
Beaulieu, New Forest, Hants, 

England, gen. sir Richard, k.h., o.c.b., 
8. of lieut.-gen. Richard England, Lif- 
ford; Ennis, Clare; b. 1793; m. 1. dr. 
of John Anderson; 2. dr. of Richard 
Fonntayne Wilson, Melton Park, York- 
shire : served at the siege of Flushing, 



in Sicily, in France (1815), in the Kaffir 
and Affgnan wars, commanded a division 
of infantry in the Crimea, grand cross of 
the legion of honour, knight of the 
Medjidie, col. 41 ft. from 1861. 

united Service ; St. Margarefs, 
TUchJield, Hants; 10 Chester Street, 
Belgrave Square, S. W. 

England, gen. Poole Vallancey, E.A. : 
served in the expedition to the Weser 
1805-6, to the Cape of Good Hope and 
South America 1806-7. and in the Pe- 
ninsula, including the battle of Yittoria 
and the siege of San Sebastian, coL- 
commandant second brigade. 

English, maj.-gen. Frederick, o.B., s. 
of col. Frederick English. B.B. ; b. 1817 ; 
m. Ellen, dr. of rear-aom. sir Francis 
Collier: served in the Indian mutiny, 
and conunanded the 53 ft. at the siege 
and capture of Lucknow, retired on full 
pay as lieut.-col. 53 ft. 
Cheltenham. 

Ennis,) sir John, 1 bart. (1866) b. 
1806 ; m. dr. of David Henry, Dublin : 
educated at Stonyhurst, formerlv a mer- 
chant in DubUn, dep.-lieut. ot Dublin 
and high sheriif in 1849, dep.-lieut. of 
Westmeath, and high sheriff in 1837, 
ex-governor of the bank of Ireland, 
M.P. (l.) Athlone 1857-65. 

Eejorm ; Ballinahowen Court, Ath^ 
lone ; 9 Merrion Square East, Dublin. 

Ennis, John James, s. of sir John 
Ennis, 1 bart.; b. 1842: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Westmeath. and high 
sheriff in 1866, m.p. (l.) Athlone from 
1868. 

Reform; Ballinahotcen, Athlone; 9 
Merrion Square, Dublin ; 41 St. James's 
Flace, Fall Mall, S.W. 

Ennis, Nicholas, s. of James Ennis, 
Naul Park; b. 1815; m. dr. of Owen 
Kieran, Rathbrist, Louth : educated at 
Carlow college, a tenant-fiumer inMeath, 
M.p. (h.k.) Meath county from 1874. 

Agricultural (Dublin); Claremont, 
Julianstown, Meath. 

Enniskillen, 8 earl of (1789). William 
Willoughby Cole, d.c.l. ; b. 1807 ; m. 1. 
dr. of James A. Casamaior ; 2. dr. of 6 
VLBC. Midleton ; sits as baron Grinstead 
(1816) ; 2nd tit. vise. Cole : dep.-lieut. 
of Fermanagh, m.p. Fermanagh 1831-40, 
col. Fermanagh militia from 1834. 

Carlton; Florence Court, Ferma^ 
nagh; 66 Eaton Flace, S. W. 

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Enniimore, vise (eld. s. of earl of 
listowell). Bichard Granville Hare; 
b. 1866. 

Erie, rt hon. Peter, Q.c, p.c, s. of rev. 
Cluistopher Erie, Gillinirham, Dorset, 
and bro. of chief justice Erie ; b. 1797 ; 
m. dr. of rev. Joseph Fearon, vicar of 
Cuckfield, Sussex: m.a. Oxon., called 
to the bar at the Middle Temple 1821, 
queen's counsel 1854, chief commissioner 
of charities 1840-72. 

12 Park Crescent. FortUind Flace^ 
N.W. 

Erie, rt. hon. sir William, d.c.l., p.c, 
8. of rev. Christopher Erie, Glllin^iam, 
Dorset ; b. 1793 ; m. dr. of rev. David 
Williams, warden of New Colle^, Ox- 
ford: M.A. Oxon., called to the bar 
1819, king's counsel 1834, m.p. Oxford 
citv 1)837-41, judge in the common pleas 
1841,.in queen's bench 1846, chief jus- 
tice of the common pleas 1859-66. 

Athftiaum; Bramshott QrangCy Lip- 
hook, Hantt. 

SfSnie, 8 earl of (1798). John Crich- 
ton, K.p. ; b. 1802 ; m. dr. of rev. Charles 
Cobbe Beresford, and cousin of marq. of 
Waterford ; 2nd tit. vise. Erne : high 
eheriff of Fermanagh in 1831, and of 
Donegal in 1833, lord-liout. of Ferma- 
na^ from 1840. 

Carlton ; Crum Castle, Newton But- 
ler , Fermanagh; 96 £aton Square, S. W, 

Errington, sir Rowland Stanley, 11 
bart. (1661) b. 1809; m. dr. (d.) of 
lieut.-gen. sir John Macdonald, o.c.b. ; 
dep.-lieut. of Northumberland, maior 1 
Northumberland rifle volunteers 1869- 
74. 

Whit(^8, Travellers' : 8andhoe,Eex- 
ham ; Puddington Kail, Chester, 

Srringtoxi, maj.-^n. Arnold Charles, 
bro. of George H. Errington, of Lexden 
Park, Colchester ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. {d.) 

of Loudon : served with 51 ft. in 

Burmah 1852. 

Srrington, George, s. of Michael Er- 
rinf^n, Casino, Dublin, by sister of rt. 
hon. R. More O'Ferrall ; b. 1839 : edu- 
cated at the Roman Catholic universitj', 
Dublin, knight of justice of the sove- 
reign order of Malta, m.p. (h. k.) Long- 
ford county from 1874. 

Erroll, 17 earl of (1453). WiUiam 
Harrj' Hay ; b. 1823 ; m. dr. of gen. 
hon. sir Charles Gore (she is a lady of 
the bedchamber to the Queen from 1872) ; 



sits as baron Kilmarnock (1831) ; 2nd 
tit. baron Kilmarnock : hereditary lord 
high constable of Scotland, dep.-lieut. 
of Aberdeenshire, ex-maj. rifle origade, 
served in the Crimea, knight of the 
Medjidie. 

Brooks\ Reform; Slainea Castle, 
Ellon, Aberdeen. 

Erskine, 3 baron (1806). Thomas Ame- 
ricus Erskine ; b. 1802 ; m. dr. (£.) of 
George Newnham, Newtimber Puice, 
Sussex, and widow of Thomas Legh, 
Adlington, Cheshire : attach^ at Tunn, 
Naplea, and Lisbon 1824-27. 

Junior Carlton ; BonishaU, Maeeles- 
Jield, Cheshire; 137 Marine Parade, 
Brighton. 

Erskijie, baron (eld. s. of earl of Eellie). 
Walter John Francis Erskine ; b. 1865. 

Enkine, sir Thomas, 2 bart. (1821) 
b. 1824 ; m. dr. of John Ffolliott, m.p., 
Hollybrook, Sligo : ex-lieut. 71 ft., dep.- 
lieut. of Denbigh, Carnarvon, ana Fife, 
lieut.-eol. 1 Gesture rifle volunteers 
from 1860. 

Boodk^s; 
drew*s, Fife, 

Erskine, 



Cambo Mouse, St, An^ 



John Elphinstone, s. of 
David Erskine^ of Cardross ; b. 1806 : 
m.p. (l.) Stirlingshire 1865-74, served 
on the North American, West Indian, 
and Australian stations, aide-de-camp 
to the Queen 1856-57, second in com- 
mand of the channel squadron 1859-64. 
Travellers', United Service; Cardross, 
Stirling ; Zoehettd, Stirling ; iL Al- 
bany, Piecadillg, Jr. 

Erskme, m{g.-^n. George : served in 
the Crimea with 33 ft., knight of the 
Medjidie, inspector-gen. of volunteers 
1865-68, commanding Chatham district 
from 1872. 

Enkine, hon. Albany Stuart Mar, s. 
of 13 earl of Buclmn ; b. 1852. 
Bamblers' ; 107 Belgrave Road, 8. W. 

Erskine, hon. Augustus William, s. of 
12 earl of Kellie ; b. 1841 ; m. dr. of 
William Forbes, of MedwjTi, Peebles: 
ex-lieut. 17 lancers. 

Naval and MUitary; Caledonian, 
Edinburgh; Bow8ear,jPenrith. 

Erskine, hon. Charles Herbert Stewart, 
s. of 12 earl of KeUie ; b. 1853. 

Erskine, hon. David, s. of 2 baron 
Erskine ; b. 1815 ; m. 1. dr. of Josiah 
Spode, Tasmania; 2. dr. of capt. J. 
Harford, Natal : ex-maj. 21 ft., served 
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India, stipendiary mafristrate in Tas- 
mania 1m5-49, colonial secretary at 
Natal (800/.) from 1858. 
Natal, South Africa. 

Snkiiie, hon. Edward Morrisi c.b., s- 
of 2 bfux>n Erskine ; b. 1817 ; m. widow 
of Andrew Loughnan: secretary of lega- 
tion at Florence 1852, Washington 1858, 
Stockholm 1858, St. Petersburg 1860, 
Constantinople 1860, envoy to Greece 
1864, to Sweden and Norway (3000/.) 
from 1872. 
Stockholm. 

Srskine, hon. George Francis Albany, 
8.of 12earlofBuchan; b. 1823. 

£n]diie, hon. James Augustus, bro. 
of 12 earl of Kellie ; b. 1812 ; m. 1. dr. 
of lieut.-gen. Henry Ivatt Delacombe ; 
2. dr. of George Brodie, advocate, Edin- 
burgh : served as a capt. of 8 regiment 
of Anglo-Spanish legion 1835-36, knight 
of the order of San Fernando, assist. - 
commissary-gen. 1850-66, and again 
from 1867 at Dover. 

Srskine, hon. James Stuart, s. of 2 
baron Erskine ; b. 1839 ; m. coimtess 
Serchenfeld. 

Xnkiiie, hon. John Cadwallader, s. of 
2 baron Erskine; b. 1804; m. 1. dr. of 
John Martyn, TjTone ; 2. Marj*, dr. of 
col. Alexander Campbell, c.b., k.h.. 
Blackburn House, Ajt: in the Bengal 
civil service 1826-53, assist. -secretary in 
the territorial and judicial department, 
Bengal, 1830, assist. -commissioner of re- 
venue. Jysore, 1836, political agent at 
Subatno 1841, resident at Nepaiu 1845- 
53. 

__ 36 Seymour Street, Fortman Square. 

JErtkine, hon. mrs. Thomas, dr. of n^j. 
Watson ; m. hon. and rev. Thomas 
Erskine {d,), s. of 14 earl of Mar. 

Srskine, lady Elvne Mary, b. 1866; 

lady Constance Mise, b. 1869, drs. of 13 

earl of Kellie. 
Srskine, lady Millicent Fanny St. Clair, 

b. 1867 ; lady SybU Mar>- St. Clair, b. 

1871, drs. of 4 earl of Rosslyn. 
Srskine, lady Horatia Elizabeth, dr. of 

fimarq. of Hertford ; b. 1842 ; m. Henry 

David Erskine, b. 1838, ex-capt. Scots 

fusilier g^uards, gentleman usher of the 

privy chamber, groom of the robes to 

the Queen firom 1871. 
Guards^ ; Cardross^tirling; 18 CoH' 

nawfht Plaee, Hffde Park, tr. 



, Erskine, dew. -baroness. Anna, dr. of 
. William Cunningham Graham, of Gart- 
I more, Stirling; m. 1. Thomas Calder- 

wood Durham, of Largo, Fife ; 2. as his 
I third wife, 2 baron Erskine ; 3. ven. 

John Sandford, b.d. {S.), archd. of Co- 
i ventry and rector of Alvechurch, Broms- 
i grove, Worcestershire. 
j Alvechurch, Redditch. 
Erskine, dow.-lady. Jane Silence, dr. 
! and heir of rev. Hugh Williams, of 
I Conway, Carnarvon, and PwUycrochon, 
I Denbigh ; m. sir David Erskine, 1 bcurt. 

Conway Mouse, Torquay. 
; Eseott, hon. mrs. Lucy Horatia,, sis. of 
I 5 baron Dvnevor ; b. 1816 ; m. rev. 
I William Eseott, rector from 1863 of 
, Carltoft with Chellington, Beds (375/.). 
I Eskdale, lord (eld. s. of earl of Dal- 
I keith). Walter Henry Montagu Douglas 
I Scott; b. 1861. 

! Eslington, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Ra- 
j vensworth). Henry George Liddell ; b. 
I 1821 ; m. dr. of capt. Orlando Gunning 
I Sutton, &.N.: dep.-ueut. of Northumber- 
I land, capt. of Northumberland yeomanry 
I from i860, M.p. (c.) Northumberland 
I south from 1852. 

I Carltofi; Ravensworth Castle, Gates- 
I head; 9 Mansjield Street, Cavendish 
; Square, W. 
Esmonde, sir John, 9 bart. (1628), 

nephew of rt. hon. sir T. Esmonde, 8 
1 hart., M.p. ; b. 1826 : m. dr. of Heiry 
' Grattan: m.a. Dublin, called to the 
I Irish bar 1850, a lord of the treasury in 

1866. dep.-Ueut of Wexford and high 

sheriff in 1866, ex-maj. Waterford arS- 

lery militia, m.p. (l.) Waterford co. 
' from 1852. 

I Reform ; Johnstown Castle, Wex- 
I ford; Fembrokestoum, Waterford; 
I Ballinastragh, Gorey. 
Essex, 6 earl of (1661). Arthur Algernon 

Capel ; b. 1803 ; m. 1. dr. of 8 duke of 

St. Albans ; 2. dr. {d.) of vise. Dungar- 

van, and grand-dr. of 8 earl of Cork ; 

2nd tit. vise. Maiden. 

Travellers* ; Cashiobury Fark, Wat' 

ford, Herts; 23 Chesham Flaee, Bel* 

grave Square, 
Essex, dow. -countess of. Catherine, dr. 

of Edward Stephens, a carver and gilder ; 

b. 1794; m. 5 earl of Essex, d.cl. ; 

formerly well known as an eminent 

actress and singer. 
9 Belgrave Square, S. W, 

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Etfez, archd. of (Roch.) (200/.); vide 
C. A. Mildmay. 

Esteonrt, George Thomas John Buck- 
nail, B. of rev. E. H. Bucknall Estcourt, 
Eckin^ton, Derby, and nephew of rt. 
hon. Thomas Sotheron-Estcourt ; b. 
1832 ; m. dr. of rev. Martin Stapylton, 
rector of Barlborough, Derby; b.a. 
Oxon., capt. Wilts yeomanry fifom 1866, 
M.p. (c.) Wilts north from 1874, a 
magistrate for Wilts and for Gloucester- 
shire. 
Carlton; Bateourt^ Oloueester. 

Eftoourt, rt. hon. Thomas Henry Sut- 
ton Sotheron-, d.c.l., p.c, s. of T. 
Grimston Bucknall-Estcourt, m.p. ; b. 
1801; only child (d.) of adm. Frank 
Sotheron, m.p. of Kirklington, Notts : 
M.A. Oxon., president of noor law board 
1868, home secretary in 1869, dep.-Ueut. 
of Wilts, m.p. Marlboroueh 1829-32, 
Devizes 1836-44, north Wuts 1844-66, 
ex-mai. Wilts yeomanry. 

Carlton; Msteourt, Tetbury ; Bar- 
rington Eall, Pontefract. 

Sitoonrt, lady. Caroline, dr. of rt. hon. 
Eeginald Pole Carew, East Anthony, 
Cornwall ; m. maj. -gen. sir James Buck- 
nall Bucknall-Estcourt (rf.), bro. of rt. 
hon. T. H. Sotheron-Estcourt. 
Newton Priory^ Tetbury, Gioueester; 
• 82 Haton PiacCy S. W, 

Xtheridge, col. Alfred Thomas, c.s.i. : 
served in the 23 Bombay native infan- 
try, formerly commissioner in the south 
M!anratta country, alienation settlement 
officer, southern division, from 1862. 
Bombay staff corps. 

Xttrick, baron ; vide Napier of Mer- 
chistoun. 

Xofton, 1 earl of (eld. s. of duke of 
Grafton). 

Xrans, adm. George ; b. 1800 ; m. 
Mary, dr. of adm. John Gifihrd, by dr. 
of sir John Carter : served in the Medi- 
terranean and on the West India station, 
prepared the 6th report of the post office 
(maritime) commission 1836-36, conser- 
vator of the river Mersey 1843. 

1 New Street^ Sprina Gardenty S, W,; 
Bulkeley House, Engtejield Green, 

Evww, van. archd. John : m.a. Dublin, 
archd. of Merioneth from 1866, canon of 
Bangor {360/.), rector of LlanlUchid, 
Bangor (476/.). 

Xvans, capt. John Frederick Owen, 

II.N., F.B.A.S. P.E.O.8., c.B. ; b. 1816 ; 



m. Elizabeth, dr. of capt. Charles Hall, 
royal navy : piloted ships of war both 
of England and France against Bomar- 
sund during the Crimean war. chief 
naval assistant in the hydrograpnic de* 
partment, Whitehall, 18£fe,hydrq5raphef 
from 1873 (1000/.). 

Erani, Thomas William, F.R.e.6., s. 
of William Evans, Allestree Hall, m.p. 
1837-66; b. 1821; m. dr. of Thomas. 
John Gisbome, Holme Hall, Derb^; 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Derbysluro 
and high sherifi in 1872, chairman of 
Derbyshire quarter sessions, m.p. (l.) 
north Derbyshire 1867-68, and from 
1874. 

Jteformy Brooks*; Allestree Hall^ 
Lei'by. 

Erani, hon. mrs. Margaret Eleanor, 
sis. of 17 baron Saltoun ; b. 1829 ; m. 
capt. John Arthiu* Evans, b. 1816, for- 
merly capt. in the Indian army. 

Bean House^ Oxon; Tuddenham^ 
Norfolk, 

Erans, hon. mrs. Sophia, sis. of 1 

baron Crofton ; b. 1811 ; m. £3rre Evans 

(rf.), of Ashill Towers, grandson of 1 

baron Carbery. 

Ashill Towersy KilmaUoeky LimMeh. 

Evelegh, coL Frederick Charles, an. : 
served with 20 ft. in the (Mmea and 
India, knight of the legion of honour 
and of the Mediidie, barrack-master at 
Clonmel 1860-66, at the Curragh 1866- 
69, assistant-controller in army service 
corps and staff officer at head-quarters 
from 1870. 

109 Victoria Street, Westminster^ 
S.W, 

Evelyn, lady. Mary, dr. of John Ken- 
nedy, Sutton, Warwick ; b. 1808 ; m. 1* 
Thomas Hatnaway, Southwark ; 2. sir 
Hugh EveljTi, 6 hart., of Wootton Place, 
Surrey (extinct). 

Eagle Home, Forest Hill, Sydenham, 
Kent. 

Ererett, lady. Emma, dr; of Thomas 
Win^, Gray's Inn, and Hampstead ; m. 
col. sir George Everest (dX 
10 Westboume Street, Hyde Bark, W. 

Evenley, 1 vise. (1857). Charles Shaw 
Lefevre.D.c.L., P.O.; b. 1794; m. dr. 
(d.) of Samuel Whitbread, m.p.: m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1819, dep.-lieut. of Hants, speaker 
of the house of commons 1839-67, m.p. 
Hants 1831-67, lieut.-col. commandant 



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Hants yeomaniy from 1831, and aide- 
de-camp to the Queen from 1860, hieh 
stewara of Winchester, ^vemor of the 
lale of WightjMid of Caiisbrooke Castle. 
Reform: Mec^field Flace, Hariford 
Bridge, WinchJUld, Bants; 114 £aton 
Square, S. W. 

Erary, sir Henry Flower, 10 bart. 
(1641) b. 1830; m. 1. dr. of hon. and 
rev. Baptist Noel ; 2. dr. of rev. Edmund 
Holland, Benhall Lodge, Suffolk: m- 
lieut. 90 ft., high sheriff of Derbyshire 
in 1863. 

Artny and Navy ; Egginton HaU, 
Burton'On- Tretit, 

Ewart, col. Charles Brisbane, b.e., o.B., 
8. of lt.-gen. J.F.Ewart c.B.,col. 67ft.; 
b. 1826 ; m. dr. of rev. P.Ewart, Kirkling- 
ton : served in the Crimea, knight of the 
le^on of honoiur and of the Medjidie, 
assistant -quartermaster -gen. 186(3-66, 
dep.-direotor for barracks at the war 
office from 1872. 

United Service; 17 Norfolk Square, 
Hyde Tark, W, 

Ewurt, rear-adm. Charles Joseph Fre- 
derick, C.B., s. of lieut.-gen. John Fre- 
derick Ewart, C.B., col. 67 ft. ; b. 1816 : 
served on the South American station 
and in the Crimea, knight of the legion 
of honour and of the Medjidie. 

16 Ashley Flace, Victoria Street, 
S.W, 

Ewart, m^.-gen. John Alexander, c.6., 
s. of lieut.-gen. John Frederick Ewart, 
C.B., coL 67 ft. ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 
Spencer Stone, Collingwood, Stafford- 
shire: served in the Crimea as dep.- 
assistant-quartermaster-gen., and in the 
Indian mutiny, knight of the le^on of 
honour and of the Medjidie, aide-de- 
camp to the Queen 1869-72, ex-lieut.- 
col. 78 ft. 

Tatenhill, Burtoft-on- Trent, 

Ewart, lady Anne, sis. of 12 earl of 
Dalhousie ; b. 1816 ; m. col. D. Ewart, 
ILA., formerly in*the Bengal artillery. 

Swing, Archibald Orr, s. of WiUiam 
Ewing, ArdvuUin, Dunoon; b. 1819; 
m. dr. of James Keid, Berridale. Lanark : 
dep.-lieut. of Stirlingshire, and a magis- 
trate for Dumbartonshire and Lanark- 
shire, dean of the faculties of Glasgow 
Universitj- from 1873. m.p. (c.) Dum- 
bartonshire frt>m 1868, nartner in the 
firm of A. D. Ewing and Oo., Turkey-red 
dyers and printers, Levenbank, Dum- 



bartonshire, and 2 West Begent Street, 
Glasgow. 

Carlton ; Ballikinrain, KiUearn ; 
New Club, Edinburgh; New Cluby 
Glasgow; 8 Cromwell Boad, South 
Kensington, 

Swing, Humphrey Crum-, s. of A. 
Crum, Thomfiebank; b. 1812; m. Helen, 
dr. of rev. John Dick, d.d., ulaiupow : a 
magistrate for Lanarkshire, Dumbarton- 
shire, Benfrew. and Argyle, m.p. (l.) 
Paisley 1867-74. dep.-heut. of Dum- 
bartonshire and lord-lieut. from 1874. 

Reform, Union; Ardeneaple Castle, 
Helensburgh; Main's Souse, Miln' 
gavie, Glasgow. 

Swing, lady Alice, dr. of 18 earl of 
Morton ; b. 1830 ; m. rt rev. Alexander 
Ewing, D.D., D.c.L. (rf.), bp. of Argyll. 

Sxetar, 8 marq. of (1801). William 
Alleyne Cecil p.c. ; b. 1826 ; m. dr. of 
2 earl of Longford; 2nd tit. baron 
Burghley: heredituy grand almoner, 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Northamp- 
tonshire, treasurer of the Queen's house- 
hold 1866-67, capt. of the corps of 
gentlemen-at-arms 1867-68, and from 
1874, M.p. Lincohishire 1847-67, North- 
ants 1867-67, col. Northamptonsnire and 
Rutlandshire militia from 1846, and 
aide-de-camp to the Queen from 1866, 
commodore of the royal Victoria yacht 
club. 

Carlton; Burghley House, Stamford; 
BrookfUld House, Ryde; o Grosvenor 
Square, W, 

Exeter, dow. -marchioness of. Isabella, 
dr. of William Stephen Poyntz, m.p., 
Cowdhiy House, Sussex fgrandson of rt. 
hon. S. Poyntz, ambassador to Sweden) ; 
m. 2 marq. of Exeter, groom of the stole 
to prince Albert. 

32 Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, W, 

Exeter, 62 bp. of (1046). rt. rev. 
Frederick Temple, d.d., b. of mai. Oc- 
tavius Temjple, lieut. -governor of Sierra 
Leone ; b. 1821 : m.a. Oxon., principal 
of £neller*s Hall, Twickenham, 1848- 
bS, head master of Rugby 1868-69, bp. 
of Exeter (5000/0 from 1869. 
Athenaum ; The Falace, Exeter, 

Exeter, dean of (2000/.) ; vide A. Boyd. 

Exeter, archd; of (6W.) ; vide P. Free- 
man. 

Sxmonth, 8 vise. (1816). Edward Pel- 
lew ; b. 1811 ; m. madiame Dobrowolka 

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(d.) : in the Bengal civil service 1829- 

Carlton; Treverry^ Cornwall; Canon- 
teign House, Exeter; 1 Frxnce of Wales* s 
Terraeey Kensington Falace, W". 

Eykyn, hon. mrs. Mary, dr. of 6 baron 
Vaux of Harrowden ; b. 1843 ; m. Roger 
Eykyn (s. of Richaid Eykyn, of Hom- 
sey), b. 1828, dep.-lieut. of Berks, ex- 
lieut. Bucks yeomanry, m.p. (l.) Wind- 
sor 1866-74. 

Reform; The Willows, Windsor ; 13 
Upper Orosvenor Street, W, 

Eyre, gen. Henihr : coL 69 ft. ' from 
1865. 

10 JSerkeleu Square, W.; Oarboldis- 
ham Hall, Thetford. 

Eyre, maj.-gen. sir Vincent, R.A., c.b., 
K.c.6.i.,'B. of Henry Eyre ; b. l&ll ; m. 
1. dr. of col. sir James Mouat; 2. 
cousin, dr. of capt. Thomas Eyre, &.N. : 
dep.-commissary-gen. of ordnance in 
Afghanistan ImO, served in the Cabul 
campaign, in Burmah, and in the Indian 



mutiny, inspector-gen. of ordnance in 
India 1862-63, retired on full pay as col. 
royal Bengal artillery. 
Athenaum. 

Eyre, lady Alice Frances, dr. of 25 earl 
of Crawford ; b. 1849 ; m. George Bram- 
ston Eyre, b. 1834, m.a. Oxon. 
Wetford Park, Newbury, Berks, 

Eyre, lady. dr. of rev. Edward Vardy, 
rector of Telvertoft, Northants; m. sir 
James Eyre, m.d. (rf.), mayor of Here- 
ford in 1830. 
BUton House, Bugby. 

Eyton, Peter Ellis, f.o.s., s. of James 
Eyton, Rhydguilwyn, Denbigh ; b. 1830: 
admitted a solicitor in 1853, and prac- 
tises in Flint, town clerk from 1856, 
registrar of the county court at MolcL 
director of the WestMostyn coal ana 
iron company, &c., m.p. (l.) Flint 
boroughs from 1874. 

Junior St. James's ; EttgleJleldHouse^ 
Rhyl, Flintshire. 



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faber, lieut.-^n. William Raikes : 
served in China, and in the Indian 
mutiny in command of 63 ft., coL 17 ft. 
firom 1871. 

Paddy, general Peter, K.A. : a mid- 
shipman on board the " Asia" at the 
capture of Uie Dutch fleet in Saldanha 
bay 1795, enter^ the royal artillery 
1803, served in the Peninsula, retired 
on full pay as lieut.-col. 

Jagge, sir John William Charles, 8 bart. 
(1660) b. 1830 ; m. Anne Holtum. 
Mf/atoUf Canterbury f Kent. 

Pairbairn, sir Andrew, s. of sir Peter 
Fairbaim, Leeds (s. of Andrew Fair- 
bairn. Smallhohne) ; b. 1828 ; m. dr. pf 
sir Jonn Lambton Loraine, 8 biEurt. : m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1862, mayor of Leeds 1866-68, 
lieut Yorkshire hussar yeomanry, maj. 
Leeds rifle volunteers, head of Fairoairn, 
Kennedy, and Naylor, machine makers, 
Leeds. 

Reform, United University; Golds- 
boroitgh Sail, Knaresborough ; 18 
Zofcndes Sqtsare, S. W. 

Pairbairn, sir WUliam, 2 bartf (1869), 
s. of 1 bart., f.b.8., ll.d., president of 
the institute of mechanical engineers in 
Manchester ; b. 1823 ; m. Alison, dr. of 
Thomas Calloway, Chiselhurst, Kent: 
president of the exhibition of art trea- 
sures at Manchester in 1867, one of the 
commiBsionerB of the great exhibitions 
of 1861 and 1862, dep.-lieut. of Lanca- 
shire. 
Folyyon, Arduoiek, Manchester. 

Pairbaun, dow.-lady. Dorothy, dr. of 
W. Marr, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; m. sir 
William Fairbaim, F.R.8., ll.d., 1 bart. 
Polygon, Ardwick, Manchester. 

Pairbahii, lady. Bachel Anne, dr. of 
Robert Brandling, Low Gosforth, North- 
umberland; m. 1. capt. Charles Bell, 
royal navy, Woolsington; 2. as his 
second wife, sir Peter Fairbaim, Leeds 
{d.\. 

Woo^ley House, Leeds. 

•PairfiuK, 11 baron (1627). JohnCoutel 
Fairfax, m.d. ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. of col. I 



F. 

Edward Kirby, United States army: a 
physician. 

Bladensburg, Maryland, Virginia, 
U.S. 
Pairfuc, sir William George Herbert 
Taylor, 2 bart. (1836) b. 1831 ; m. dr. 
of John Pawson, Shawdon. Northum- 
berland: aide-de-camp to tne governor 
of Malta 1860-64, served in the Crimea, 
ex-maj. 16 ft. 

Army and Navy ; St. BoswelVs Bank^ 
Hoxburgh; 16 Queen's Gate, South Ken- 
sinaton. 
Pair&z, hon. Orlando, m.d., s. of 9 
baron Fairfax; m. cousin Mary, dr. of 
Wilson Jefierson Cary, Carysbrooke, 
Virginia. 
Richmond, Maryland, Virginia. 
Pairikx, hon. Caroline, b. 1858 : hon. 
Josephine, b. 1866; hon. Charlie, b. 
1869, drs. of 11 baron Fairfax. 
Pairfix, dow.-lady, Sarah, dr. of Wil- 
liam Astel, M.p. ; m., as his second wife, 
col. sir Henry FairfSax, 1 bart 
46 St. Georges Road, Fimlieo, S. W. 
PairUe, sir Percy Arthur Cunningham-, 
9 bart. (1633) b. 1816; m. dr. of WU- 
liam Bowman Felton, Sherbrook, Quebec. 
Junior Carlton; Fairlie House, KH^ 
marnoek, Ayrshire. 
Palkiner, sir Samuel Edmund, 6 bart 
(1777) b. 1841 ; m. dr. of sir William 
Berkeley Call, 3 bart. 
Turf; Anmnount, Cork. 
Palkiner, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of J. 
Bouwens, Connaugnt Place, Hyde Park; 
m. col. sir Samuel Riggs Falkiner, 6 
bart. 
Palkland, 9 vise. (1620). Lucius Ben- 
tinck Cary, o.c.h., p.c. ; b. 1803; m. 1. 
dr. of 1 earl of Munster ; 2. widow of 9 
duke of St. Albans ; sits as baron Huns- 
don : governor of Nova Scotia 1840-46, 
of Bombay 1848-61, capt. of the yeomen 
ofthe guard 1846-48. 

Boodles; Skutterskelfe, Stokeley, 
Yorkshire. 
Palkland, master of (eld. s. of vise. 

Falkland). 
Palkland Islandf , 1 b^). of (1869). rt. 
rev. Waite Hockin Stirling, d.d., s. of 



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capt. Thomas Starling, royal navy; b. 
1829; m. dr. (rf.) of Thomas Phinn, 
Bath: m.a. Oxon., curate of Trinitj' 
church- Nottingham^ 1855, seoretar>' of 
South American missions 1857-62, super- 
intendent of South American missions 
abroad 1862-69. bp. of the Falkland 
islands from 1869. 
Keppe Island^ We»t Falklanda, 
PtOmoiLth, 6 vise (1720). Evelyn Bos- 
cawen; b. 1819; m. baroness le De- 
spencer; 2nd tit. baron Boscawen : dep.- 
heut. of Cornwall, ex-capt. West Kent 
militia. 

Whittle; WoolhamptonHouse^Read' 
ing. Berks; Tregothnan, Truro, Oom- 
wall: Mereworth Castle. Maidstone; 2 
St, Jame^s Square, Fall Mall, S, W, 

Pane, lieut.-col. Walter, c.b., s. of rev. 
Edward Fane, rector of Fulbeck, Lin- 
colnshire; b. 1828; commandant of 19 
Bengal cavalry from 1860. Madras 
staff corps. 
Zucknow. 

Fane, lady Grace, b. 1860 ; lady Mar- 
garet Mary, b. 1870, drs. of 12 earl of 
Westmoreuoid. 

VaBibawe, vice-adm. Edward Gennys, 
c.B.,8. of lieut.-gen. Edward Fanshawe, 
R.S., C.B. ; b. 1814 ; m. Jane, sis. of 1 
vise. Cardwell : served in the Crimea, 
fuperintendent of Chatham dockyard 
1856-61, commander-in-chief of the 
North American and Weetlndia squadron 
1867-73. 

United Service; Lelrow JEouse^ AU 
denham, Watford. 

Parmer, air George, 3 bart. (1779) b. 
1829; m. dr. of Thomas Watson, Swan- 
. sea, Glamorgan, Tasmania. 

Bacchus Marsh, Melbourne, Victoria, 

Pamall, Henry Burrard, c.b., s. of 
capt. Famall, royal navy ; b. 1802 ; m. 
1. dr. of Ahm llellinghimL Castle Bel- 
linghnm ; 2. dr. of B. Bellamie, Sand- 
fora House, Taunton: b.a. Cantab., 
a magistrate for Devon and Kent, dep.- 
lieut. of Dorset, ex-lieut.-ool. 1 Kent 
rifle volunteers, hon. col. from 1871, 
inspector of poor laws. 

The Manor HousCy Lee, Kent; Bur- 
ley Villa, Lyme Begts, Dorset, 

§PanLha]ii, 8 baron (1756). Somerset 
lUchard Maxwell; b. 1803; m. 1. dr. 
of mr. baron Pennefather ; 2. dr. (rf.) 



of Samuel Delap, MoneUan : m.p. Cavan 
1838-40, high sheriff of Cavan in 
1844. 

SackviUe Street Club, Dublin ; Fam- 
ham, Cavan; Drumbar Lodge, Cavan, 

Parquhar, vice-adm. Arthur, s. of 
rear-adm. sir Arthur Farquhar, k.o.b., 
K.c.u. (s. of B. Farqunar. Newhall^ 
Aberdeen); b. 1815; m. Ellen, dr. of 
Samuel Philip Bickman: served in 
Syria, Borneo, and the West Indies. 

Parqnhar. maj. sir John Harry Towns- 
end, 5 bart. (1821), s. of sir Walter 
Minto Farquhar. 2;bart., m.p. ; b. 1839 : 
served at the defence of Lucknow in 
1857, maj. in the Beligal cavalry. 
16a Grafton Street, Bond Street, JF^ 

Parqnhar, sir Walter Rockliffe, 3 bart. 
fl796) b. 1810; m. lady Mary, dr. of 
6 duke of Beaufort: dep.-lieut. of Surrey, 
and high sheriff in 1859, partner in 
Herries, Farquhar, and Co., bankers. 

Arthur's; Fblesden Fark, Leather^ 
head, Surrey ; 18 King Street, St. 
James's, S,W, 

Parqnhar, lady Maiy Octavia, b. 1814; 
vide sir Walter B. Farquhar. ^ 

Parqnhar, dow.-lady. Erica Catherine, 
dr. of 7 baron Beay; m. sir Walter 
Minto Farquhar, 2 bart., m.p. 
4 Berkeley Street, Berkeley Square. 

Parrant, m^.-gen. Augnstos Dover 
Lyddon, B.M., s. of lieut. Dover Farrant, 
B.M.A. ; b. 1817: served in Syria at 
capture of Acre, and in China 1842, 
ex-col. second commandant royal ma- 
rines, retired on full pay. 

Parrell, hon. mis. Lucretia Pauline, 
dr. of 2 vise. Gormanston ; b. 1839 ; m. 
John Arthur Farrell, b. 1825, dep.- 
lieut. of Moath, and high sheriff in 
1857, ex-capt. royal Meath militia. 

Arthur's; Klldare Street {Dublin) ; 
Moynalty, Kells, Meath, 

Parren^ mig.-jgen. Richard Thomas, 
C.B. : served in the Crimea with 47 ft., 
which he commanded at the battle of 
Inkerman, officer of the legion of 
honour, knight of the Medjidie, lieut.- 
col. 4 dep5t battalion at Coldiester 1856- 
61. 

Parrer, hon. mra. Eliza Maris, dr. of 1 
baron Cottesloe; m. Henry Richard 
Farrer {s. of J. W. Farrer. Ingleborough, 
Yorkshire, and cousin of 2 earl of Eldoii), 



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b. 1821, M.A. Oxon., called to the bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1851. 

Carlton; Oreeti Matnerton, York; 
42 Lowndes Street^ 8. W. 

Tarrington, sir Heniy Anthony, 4 
bart. (1818) b. 1811 ; m. dr. (d.) of 
rev. John Warren, d.d., Portview, 
Devon. 

Oosford Sottse, Ottery St, Mary, 
Dwoft. 

Tanqnier, bp. ; vide Algoma. 

Tawcett, Henry, s. of William Fawcett, 
Longford, Salisbury; b. 1833; m. dr. of 
Newson Garrett, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, and 
sis. of mrs. Garrett- Anderson, h.d.: m.a. 
Cantab., and seventh wrangler in 1856, 
professor of political economy at Cam- 
bridge from 1863, M.p. .(l.) Brighton 
1865-74, Hackney from 1874. 

B^orfn; Trinity HalL Cambridge; 
42 JSessborouyh Gardens, S. W. 

Tay, Charles Joseph, s. of Thomas Fay, 
Faybrook, Cavan; b. 1842; m. dr. of 
James Fay, Moyne Hall, Cavan : edu- 
cated at the Jesuit college of Clongowes 
wood, a solicitor in Dublin, m.p. (h.b.) 
Cavan from 1874. 

Clarinda Fark East, Kingstoum, 
Dublin. 

Tayrer, Joseph, m.d., c.s.l, s. of com- 
mander R, J. Fayrer, b.n., p.r.g.s. ; 
b. 1820: surgeon-maj. in the Bengal 
medical departaient, professor of surgery 
in the medical college, Calcutta, hon. 
physician to the Queen from 1871, 
ph3r8ician to the duke of Edinburgh 
from 1874. 

16 Chranville Place, Fortman Square, 
W, 

Paiakerly, hon. mrs. (Jeorgina Caro- 
line, dr. of 3 baron Lilford ; b. 1836 ; 
m. John Nicholas Fazakerly (s. of J. N. 
Fazakerly, M.P. 1809-41),b. 1830, m.a. 
Oxon. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Burumd 
Mouse, Oobham, Surrey; 6 South Baton 
Flace, Baton Square, S. W. 

Ifwtim, ven. archdeacon Henry, b.d. : 
M.A. Cantab., hon. canon of Peter- 
borough, archdeacon of Leicester from 
1863, rector from 1849 of Loughborough, 
Leicester (llOOl.), 

ITegan, Henry, e.n., m.d., c.b, : served 
in China, at the naval hospital, Hong 
Kong, 1858-61, Greenwich 1861, princi- 
pal medical officer of the naval brigade 
in the Ashantee expedition 1874, sur- 
geon H.M.S. "Active." 



Peilden, sir William Henry, 2 bart. 
(1846) b. 1812; m. dr. of col. J. B. 
Wemyss, of Wemyss Hall, Fife; ex- 
capt. 17 lancers, aep.-lieut. of Lanca- 
shire, ex-maj. 1 Lancashire militia. 

Oriental, Junior United Service; 
Fenniscowles, Blackburn, 

Feildea, Henry Master, s. of Joseph 
Feilden, m.p. ; b. 1843"; m. 1. dr. of sir 
0. Mosley, 2 bart. ; 2. dr. of J. Fox, 
Harverigg, Cumberland: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Lancashire, nun. 1 Lanca- 
shire militia 1842-72, m.p. (c.) Black- 
bum from 1869. 

Carlton, Junior United Service; 
Witton Fark, Blackburn; 13 Falace 
Gate, Kensington, W, 

Feilden, col. Handle Joseph, c.M.o.y 
bro. of Henry Master Feuden, m.p. ; 
b. 1824 ; m. Jane, dr. of James Hosier, 
Mauldslie Castle, Lanark: commanded 
the 1 battalion rifle brigade in the Bed 
River expedition of 1870, lieut.-col. 
brigade dep6t at Greenlaw from 1873. 

Feilden, hon. mrs. Frances Blanche, 
dr.* of 4 baron Calthorpe ; b. 1828 ; m. 
i-ev. John Robert Feilden (s. of Joseph 
Feilden, m.p.), b. 1827, m.a. Oxon., 
chaplain to 3 marq. Cholmondeley, rector 
from 1861 of Baconsthorpe, Molt, Mr- 
folk (346/.). 

Feilden, hon. mrs. Jane Elizabeth, dr. 
of 12 baron Sinclair ; b. 1822 ; m. rev. 
William Leyland Feilden (s. of Joseph 
Feilden, Blackburn, m.p.), m.a. Oxon., 
chaplain to 3 marqms CholmcMideley, 
vicar from 1866 of Knowsley, Fresoot, 
Lancashire (800/.). 

Feilding, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Den- 
bigh). Rudolph Robert Aloynus Feild- 
ing; b. 1869. 

Feilding, hon. and rev. Charles Wil- 
liam, s. of 7 earl of Denbigh; b. 1838; 
m. dr. of John Grant, of Eilgraston, 
Perth : m.a. Cantab., rector of Staple- 
ton, Shrewsbury (639/.) from 1863, rural 
dean of Condover. 

Travellers' ; Stapleton, Shrewsbury, 

Feilding, hon. Francis Henry, s. of 8 
earl of Denbigh; b. 1867. 

Feilding, hon. Henry Wentworth ; 
vide Powys. 

Feilding, col. hon. Percy Robert, o.B., 
8. of 7 earl of Denbign ; b. 1827 ; m. 
lady Louisa, dr. of 3 max(^ of Bath: 
served in the Crimea, kmght of the. 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 

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aflsistant-quartennaster-general in Ire- 
land 18^-63, lieut.-col. coldstream 
guards. 

Traveller^Marlborouoh; 2Q Princes 
OatCySouth Kensinffton; SturfordMead, 
Warminster, Wilts. 

Feilding, col. hon. William Hemy, s. 

of 7 earl of Denbigh ; b. 1836 : ex-page 

of honour to queen Adelaide, assistant 

adjutant-general in Dublin, 1864-69, 
-nmitaiy attach^ in Franoe 1870-71, 

capt. coldstream guards. 
OarriekyGuards' ; 30 Onslow Square, 

8.W, 
Feilding, hon. mrs. Everard. Anne, 

dr. of sir John Boughey^ 2 bart. ; m. 

hon. and rev. Everaru Feilding (d.). 

Feilding, lady Mary Frances, dr. of 7 
earl of Denbigh; b. 1823. 
30 Onsloi» Square, 8, W. 

Feilding, lady Louisa, b. 1834 ; vide 
hon. Percy Aobert Feilding. 

Feilding, lady Clare Mary, b. 1861 ; 
lady Edith Mary Frances, b. 1862; 
lady Mary, b. 1868 : lady Agnes Mary, 
b. 1870, drs. of 8 earl of Denbigh. 

Fellowei, capt. Charles, r.n., o.b. ; 
son of rear-adm. sir Thomas Fellowes, 
c.B. : b. 1828 ; Louisa, dr. of John Tod, 
Ainslie Plac«, Edinourgh: distin- 
guished himself in China. 

Fellowei, Edward, s. of William Henry 
Fellowes, m.p., and bro. of Richard 
Benyon, m.p. ; b. 1809 : nj. hon. Mary, 
dr. of 4 baron Sondes : dep.-Ueut. of 
Huntingdonshire, and of Norfolk, ex- 
lieut. 16 hussars, m.p. (c.) Huntingdon- 
shire from 1837. 
Carlton,Junior United Service ; Bam-' 

Si Abbey, Runtingdon; Saverland 
ill, Norwich ; 3 Belgrade Sq., 8. W. 

Fellowes, capt. Thomas Hounson But- 
ler, B.N., C.B., 8. of sir James Fellowes, 
Pangboume Lodge, Beriu; b. 1833; 
m7^. of Charles Hanson, Constanti- 
nople : served in the Crimea. 

Fellowes, hon. mrs. Mary Julia, dr. 
of 4 baron Sondes ; b. 1825 ; vide Ed- 
ward Fellowes. 

Fellowes, lady. dr. and co-heir of 
Joseph James, Adbury House, Hants ; 
m. nr James Fellowes, m.d. {d\, 
Adfntry Rouse, Kingselere, Mants, 

Ferguson, Robert, s. of Joseph Fer- 
gion, M.P. Carlisle 1852-67 ; b. 1817 : 



partner in the firm of Ferguson Bro- 
thers, cotton manufacturers, Carlisle, 
president of the Carlisle mechanics* in- 
stitute, twice mayor of Carlisle, ex- 
major 1 Cumberkmd rifle Tolunteers, 
M.P. (l.) Carlisle from 1874. 

Morton, Carlisle; Holme Read 
Works, Carlisle. 

Ferguson, hon. mrs. Nina Maria, dr. 
of 1 vise. Bridport ; b. 1841 ; m. lieut.- 
col. Geoige Arthur Ferguson (s. of adm. 
Geor»e Ferguson), ex-capt grenadier 
guards, dep.-lieut. of Aberdeenshire. 
Fitfour, Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire. 

Fergusson, rt. hon. sir James, E.0.ILO. ; 
P.O., 6 hart. (1703) b. 1832; m. lady 
Edith.dr. oflman^. ofDalhousie: 2. dr. 
of John Henry Richman, Wamban^ 
South AustraUa: ex-capt. grenadier 
guards, dep.-lieut. of Ayrdiire, lieut.- 
col. royal Ayrshire militia 1858-73, 
hon col. firom 1873, m.p. (c.) Ayrshire 
1854-57, 1859-68, under-eecretary for 
India 1866-67, lor the home depart- 
ment 1867-68, governor of South Aus- 
tralia 1868-73, of New Zealand 1873-74. 
Whitens, CarUon ; KUkerran, May- 
bole, Ayrshire, 

Fergusson, sir William, f.b.8., 1 bart. 
(1866), s. of James Fergusson, Loch- 
maben. Dumfries ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. (4.) 
of WiUiam Ranken, Spittlehaugh, Pee- 
bles : fellow of the royiEd college of sur- 
geons of Edinburgh 1822, professor of 
surgery at King's college, London, 
from 1840. surgeon ordinary to prince 
Albert 1849, surgeon extraordinary to 
the Queen 1855, serjeant-surgeon 1866, 
honorary member of the royal society of 
sciences in Brussels^ chairman of the 
Briti^ medical association for 1873. 

Conservative; Spittlehaugh, West 
Linton, Peebles; 16 George Street^ 
Ranover Square, W. 

{Fermoy, 2 baron (1856). Edmund 
Fitz Edmund Burke Roche; b. 1850. 

Trabolgan, Cloyne, Cork; ZUdi^' 
nan, Bathcormac, Cork. 

Fermoy, dow. -baroness, dr. of J. B. 
Boothby/Twyford abbey, Middlesex ; m. 
1 baron Fermoy, m.p. Mairlebone 1859- . 
65, lord-lieut. of Ckre 1856-74, 

Ferrand, hon. j mrs. Fanny Man% dr. 
of 11 baron Blantyre; b. 1816; m. 
William Ferrand (s. of Currer Fother- 
^ Busfield. by sis. and heir of Edward 
Ferrand, of St. Ives)j»^ dep.-lieut. of 



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Torkahire, m.p. (c.) Knaresboroueh 
1841-47, Devonport 1863-66. 

Carlton ; Harden Granffe, St, Ive'a, 
Torkahire, 

Tmvn, 10 earl (1711). Sewallis Ed- 
ward Shirley; b. 1847; 2nd tit. vise. 
Tftmworth: m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of 
Staffordshire, and of Leiceatershire, ex- 
lieut. Staffordshire yeomanry. 

Chartley Castle, Lichfield; Staunton 
Barold, Aahby-de-la-Zouehey Leieeater- 
shire, 

Ferrers, dow. -countess of. Angosta, 
dr. of rery rev. lord Edward Chichester ; 
h. 1826; m. 1. 9 earl of Ferrers; 2. 
Frederick Henry Walsh, ex-capt. 78 
ft. 

Ferryman, lieut.-gen. AtLgnistua Hali- 
fex, c.B. ; m. 1. dr. of J. Sinclair, Fres- 
wick ; 2. dr. of Jonathan Worthington, 
Cheltenham: served in the Crimea in 
conmiand of 89 ft., knight of the l^ion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, coL 40 
ft. from 1872. 

Ferting, col. sir Francis "Woigan, 
K.K.A., C.B., x.c.M.o. : served in the 
Baltic 1864. commanded a mortar in the 
flotilla employed against Sebastopol, and 
at Kinboum. adjutant of artiUery in the 
China expedition 1857-69, commanded 
the forces on the west coast of Africa, 
and twice defeated the Ashantees at 
Cape Coast Castle 1873, knight of the 
legion of honour. 
Wander ert^. 

Fethenton, sir George Ralph, 6 bart. 
(1776) b. 1852. 

Froapeet House, Bnniseorthy, Dub- 
lin; 6 Selbome Flace, Zittlehampton, 
Saasex, ' 

Fetherrton, dow. -lady. Sarah, dr. of 
Henry Alcock, Wilton Castle, Wexford : 
m. sir Thomas John Femerston. 6 
bart* 

6 Selbome Place, Zittlehampton, 
Suaaez, 

Fethentonliangli, hon. mre. Maria 
Georgina, dr. of 3 baron Dorchester; b. 
1847 ; m. Timothy Fetherstonhaugh (s. 
of T. Fetherstonhaugh, high sheriff of 
Cumberland in 1846), b. 1840, ex- 
Ueut. 13 hussars, a magutrate and dep.- 
lieut. of Cumberland, high dieriff in 
1870. 

The College, Kirkoawaldy Cumber- 
lofid. 



Fetherstonhaugh, hon. mrs. Susan 

Maria, dr. of 3 baron Massy ; b. 1800 * 

m. John Fetherstonhaugh, b. 1796 * 

Bracklyn Caatle, Kinegady Weat- 

meath, 

Fevereham, 1 earl of (1868). William 
Ernest Buncombe; b. 1829; m. dr. of 
rt. hon. sir Jamey Graham, 2 bart. ; 2nd 
tat. vise. Hehnatey: dep.-lieut of York- 
shire, M.p. (c.J East fetford 1862-67, 
north nding of Yorkshire 1869-67, ex- 
capt. Yorkshire hussars, lieut-col. 2 
?ftRn ^^"^ '^^ volunteers from 
Trof^eUari Carlton; Dunoombe 
Park Belmaley, York; The Leaaes, 
Be^le; 2 Albert Gate, Hyde Fark\ 

Fevenham, dow. -baroness. Louisa, dr 

of 8 earl of Galloway ; b. 1804 ; m. 2 

baron Feversham. 

Sandhurat Lodge, Wokingham. 

FfoUcei, sir William HoveU Browne, 

2 1^. (1774) b. 1847: m.a. Cantab 

StUimton Hall Hingis L^n,Nor. 
N^olk^ -^^» (^tle kising, 

Ftolkee, dow. -lady. Charlotte Phi- 

hppa, dr^ of Domimck Geoffk^y Browne, 

•^^SSm?? ^^'^^^^ ^^yo ; b. 1798 ; m. 

mr Wilham Henry Browne Pfolkes, 1 

bart. ^ 

Ffoulkei, ven. archdeacon Henry 
Powell, s. of col. J. P. Ffoulke8,royi 
Denbigh mihtia, of Eriviatt, Denbigh • 
\' ^^^^\^}fi'A' ^^°^-» cation of St. 
Asaph (360/.), archdeacon of Mont- 
gomery from 1861, rector fh>m 1867 of 
UandysaU, Montgomery (648/.). 

^^*^ 1 ^^ (^^^^)- Thomas 
Mench; b. 1810; m. dr. of Bichard 
Thompson, Stansty haU, Denbigh : dep.- 
lieut. of Galway. , ^ ^ 
Caatle Ffrench, Galway, 

'^l^'^jn. Jasper, s. of 2 baron 
Ffrench ; b. 1822. 

Ffrench, hon. mrs. Martin. Mai«aiet, 
^. of major Thomas Bodkin, fiSioon 
Galway; m. hon. Martin Rfrraich (d^ ' 
Balhnamore Parky Galway, 

Ffrench, hon. Martin Joseph, s. of 2 
^r'^'n^^^^^' ^' 1813 ;^m. dr. of 
John Shaughnessy, Binshgrove, Gal- 
way: caUedtottie Irish b^841 resi- 
de^magistrate for Tipperary. 



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Field, bp. ; vide Newfoxmdland. 

Field, col. John, c.b.: aide-de-camp to 
the Queen from 1888, commandant of 
10 Bombay native infantry 1866-72, 
deputy-judge-advocato-general at Bom- 
bay 1872-74, judge-advocate-general 
from 1874. 

Field, lady Georgina, dr. of 4 earl of 
Wmterton; b. 1835; m. George Han- 
bury Field, b. 1834. 

Ashurst Park, Tonbridqe WelU, 
Kent ; 67 Eceletton Square, 8. W. 

Fielden, Joshua, s. of J. Fielden, m.p., 
Centre Vale, Todmorden ; b. 1827 ; m. 
dr. of T. Brocklehuist, The Fence, 
Macclesfield: partner in the firm of 
Fielden Brothers, cotton spinners and 
manufecturers at Todmorden, a magis- 
trate for Lancashffe, and for the wwt 
riding of Yorkshire, m.p. (c.) York- 
ghire west riding from 1868. 

St, Stephen's, Conservative; Stans- 
field, Todtnordm. ^ . , ^ _ , 

Fiexmes, hon. John Twistleton-Wyke- 
ham-, eld. s. of 18 baron Saye and 
Sele; b. 1830; m. lad;^ Augusta So- 
phia, dr. of 10 earl of Kinnoull : dep.- 
fieut. of Oxfordshire, capt. Oxon yeo- 
manry frwn 1860. 

Broughton Castle, Banbury; l^ 
Queen's Gate Terrace, South Kens%ng- 

Fiennes, hon. and rev. Charles Samuel; 

<;Mf<j Twistleton. 
Fiennes, hon. Edward Turner; vide 

Twistleton. „ , . xt *.i. • i 

Fiennes, hon. Frederic Nathaniel 

Twistieton-Wykeham-, s. of 13 baron 

Saye and Sele ; b. 1836 : ex-capt 23 ft., 

served in the Crimea. 
Broughton Castle, Banbury, Oxon, 

Fiennes, lieut.-col. hon. Ivo de Veaci 
Edward Ti'^i'tleton-WTkeham., s of 
13 baron Saye and Sele; b. \Vt66, m. 
dr. of Charles Francis Gregg : served in 
the Indian mutiny, lieut.-col. h.p. 9 
lancers. 
Army and Navy. 

Fiennes, hon. and rev. Wmfffield 
Twistleton-Wykeham-, s. of 13 baron 
Save and Sele : b. 1834 ; m. dr. of hon. 
and very rev. Grantham Munton Yorke : 
M.A. Oxon., domestic chaplain to earl 
Fitzwilliam, and to 18 lord Saye and 
Sele, rector from 1866 of Stlehester, 
Basingstoke {6701,), 

Fiennes, lady Augusta, b. 1887 ; viae 
hon. John Fiennes. 



Fife, 6 earl of (1759). James Duff, 
K.T. ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 16 ewrl of 
Erroll ; sits as baron Skene (1867) ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Macduff: formerly m the 
diplomatic service at Paris, M.P. Banff- 
shire 1837-67, dep.-lieut. of Aberdeen- 
shire, and of Elginshire, lord.-lieut. of 
Banfibhire fh>m 1866. 

Whittle, Reform; Duff Bouse, 
JSlgin; Mar Lodge, Aberdeenshire; 
Innes House, Moray; 4 Cavendish 
Square, W, 

Filmer, sir Edmund, 9 bart. (1674> 
b. 1836; m. hon. Marv, dr. of 2 
baron Sandys: ex-capt. grenadier 
guards, ex-capt. west Kent militia, ex- 
fieut. east K!ent yeomanry, m.p. west 
Kent 1859-65. • 

Carlton, Guards ; East Sutton, Sta- 
plehurst, Kent, 

Filmer, dow.-lady. Helen, dr. of David 
Monro, Quebec ; m. sir Edmund Filmer, 
8 bart. 

Fincastle, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Dun- 
more). Alexander Murray ; b. 1871. 

Finch, Geoi^ Heniy, s. of George 
Finch, M.P., by dr. of 6 duke of Beau- 
fort; b. 1835; m. 1. dr. of J. Balfour 
(and lady Georgina) of Balbimie ; 2. dr. 
of A. Montgomery, commissioner of In- 
land revenue: M.A, Oxon., capt. Leices- 
tershire yeomanry tcom. 1860, a magis- 
trate for Rutlandshire, M.P. (c.) But- 
landshire from 1867. 

Carlton; Burley-on-Hill, Oakham, 

Finoh, hon. Charles Wightwick, s. of 
6 earl of Avlesford ; b. 1861 ; m. hon. 
Georgina {d.), dr. of 3 baron Bagot: 
lieut. 1 Staffordshire militia from 1872. 

Finch, hon. Clement Edward, s. of 6 
earlofAylesford; b. 1861. 

Finoh, hon. Daniel Greville, a. of 6 
earl of Aylesford ; b. 1827 : served with 
68 ft. in the Crimea, knight of the 
Medjidie, lieut.-col. h.p. 24 ft. 

Finch, hon. Daniel Henry, son of 6 
eari of Aylesford; b. 1868. 

Finoh, lady Anne Francesca, dr. of 6 
earl of Aylesford ; b. 1863. 

Finch, lady Elizabeth, b. 1790; lady 
•Frances, b. 1791, drs. of 4 eari of Ayles- 
ford. 
9 Chesham Place, Belgrade Square, 

Finoh, lady Louisa Elizabeth, dr. of 6 
duke of Beaufort; b. 1806; m. George 

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Finch (d.) of Burley-on-the-Hill, Oak- 
ham, M.P. 

JBurley-on'the-EUly Oakham, But- 
land; 68 Sutlattd Gate. Knightshridge, 

PingaU, 10 earl of (1628). Arthur 
Jamea Plunkett; b. 1819; m. dr. (rf.) 
of le chevalier Rio ; sits as baron Fin- 
gall (1831); 2nd tit. baron Eilleen: 
ex-major 8 hussars, served in the 
Crimea, dep.-lieut. of Meath, and high 
sheriff in 1845, knight of the legion of 
honour. 

TraveUeri^ ; Killeen Castle, Tara, 
Meath. 

Firth, sir Charles Henry, s. of Edwin 
Firtti, Heckmondwike ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. 
(d,) of William Crowther, Gomersall, 
Yorkshire: dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire, 
lieut.-col. west Yorkshire artillery 
Yolimteers from 1866. 

Junior Carlton; Flushj Heekmond- 
iffike, Normanton, Yorkshire, 

Fiahboome, rear-adm. Edmund Gar- 
diner, C.B., b. 1810 : served in the 
Burmese war, and in China, hon. 
secretary to the patriotic fund during 
the Crimean war. 

Fiflher, col. Arthur A'Conrt, r.e., o.b., 
8. of rev. "W. Fisher, canon of Salis- 
bury; b. 1826; m. dr. of rt. rev. bp. 
Eden of Moray : served in the Crimea, 
and in China 1867-60, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Mecyidie. 

Fiiher, sir James Hurtle, s. of James 
Fisher, architect, London; b. 1790: 
for many years a solicitor in London, 
commissioner in South Australia 1836, 
five times mayor of Adelaide, nresident 
of the le^lative council I866-06. 
Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Tiiher, sir John William, M.D., s. of 
Peter Fisher, Perth; b. 1798; m. 1. dr. 
of William Hames. Kibworth Harcourt, 
Leicester; 2. dr. of col. Alexander Mac- 
kenzie, Gruinard, Ross-shire : fellow of 
the royal college of surgeons, England, 
M.D. Erlangen university, chief surgeon 
of the melxopolitan police force 1821- 
63. 

Conservative; 2& Park Lane, W. 

Riher, lieut.-col. Geoi^ o.b. : for- 
merly in the Bombay infantry. 

Fiflher, vice-adm. Thomas, s. of capt. 
Peter Fisher, roval navy, superintendent 
of Sheemess dockyard; b. 1810; m. 
dr. of major-gen. Hamilton, c.b. : 



served in the Baltic during the Crimea^ 
war. 
20 Comwallis Crescent, Clifton. 

Fiiher, lady Victoria Isabella, dr. of 1 
earl of Ravensworth ; b. 1841 ; m. Ed- 
ward Rowe Fisher, b. 1832 (m. 1. dr. of 
Mayow Adams. Sydenham), ex-capt. 
4 dragoon guards. 

Army and Navy; Thomeombe, 
Guildford, Surrey; 8 Wilton Crescent, 
S.W. 

Fiiherwiok, baron ; vide Donegall. 

Fitialan, baron (eld. s. of earl of 
Anmdel and Surrey). 

Fitiolarenee, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Munster). GeoflVey Greorge Gordon 
Fitzclarence; b. 1869. 

Fitielarenee, lion. Aubrey, s. of 2 earl 
of Munster ; b. 1862. 

Fiticlarenoe, hon. Frederick Charles, 
s. of 1 earl of Munster ; b. 1826 ; m. 
hon. Adelaide, dr. of 1 lNUY>n de VIsle 
and Dudley: ex-capt. 10 dragoons, 
aide-de-camp to the governor of Bom- 
bay (vise. Falkland) 1848-63. 

Fitiolarenee, hon. George, s. of 1 earl 
of Munster: b. 1836; m. lady Maria 
Henrietta, dr. of 3 earl of Clonmell : 
knight or the Medjidie, retired com- 
mander royal navy. 

Whitens, Travellers'; 1 Warwick 
Square, 8. W. 

Fiticlarenoe, hon. William George, s. 
of 2 earl of Munster; b. 1864. 

Fitiolarenee, lady Adelaide Georgina, 
dr. of 1 earl of Munster; b. 1820. 

Fitiolarenee, lady Augusta, dr. of 4 
earl of GlajBgow; b. 1801; m. lord 
Frederick Fitzclarence, o.c.H. {d.), s. 
of William IV. 

Etal Manor, Coldstream, Northum" 
berland. 

Fitiolarenee, lady Augustus, dr. of 
lord Henry Gordon; b. 1827; m. rev. 
lord Augustus Fitclarence (a.), s. of 
William IV. 

14 Roland Gardens, South Kensing^ 
ton. 

Fitiolarenee, lady Maria, b. 1841 ; 
vide hon. George Fitzclarence. 

Fitigerald, bp. ; vide Eillaloe. 

Fitigerald, yen. archdeacon Amnistas 
Otway: M.A.Oxon.,arohdeacon of Wells 
from 1863, chaplain to 3 earl Manvers, 
rector from 1863 of Charlton Mackerel, 
Taunton (660/.). 

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Fitigerald, capt. Charles, r.n., c.b. ; 
b. 1798; m. I. dr. of Dr. Austin; 2. 
Eleanora, dr. of C. C. Elwes : governor 
of the settlements on the Gambia 1844- 
47, of West Australia 1847-64. 

Titigerald, rt. hon. David, ll.d., p.c. 
(Irel.), 8. of David Fitzgerald, mer- 
chant, Dublin; b. 1815; m. 1. dr. of 
John 0*Donoghue, Dublin ; 2. hon. 
Jane, sis. of 4 vise. Sou^well: m.a. 
Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1838, 
queen's counsel 1847, solicitor-gen. of 
Ireland 1855, attorney-gen. 1856-58, 
1859-60, M.P. Ennis 1852-60, a justice 
in the court of Queen's bench, Lreland 
(3688/.). from 1860. 

Brooks'; StepherCt Green Club, 
Dublin; 7 Merrion Square, Dublin; 
Kilmamoeky Dublin, 

Ktigerald, col. sir Augustine, 4 bart 
(1821) b. 1809 ; m. dr. of William (Jore : 
ex-Ueut.-ool. Bengal horse artillery, 
high sheriff of Clare in 1871. 

Junior United Service; Newmarket- 
on-Fergus, Clare; 15 King Street, St, 
James's, S. W, 

Ktigerald, Francis Alexander, ll.d.: 
called to the Irish bar 1834, baron in 
the court of Exchequer from 1859. 
50 Stephen's Green East, Dublin, 

Fitzgerald, James Edward, o.m.g.: 
controller of public accounts in New 
Zealand. 

Fitigerald, sir Gerald Richard Dalton, 
10 bart. (1644) b. 1832; m. dr. of 
George Wildes, Manchester: a lieut; 
royal navy. 

Junior Carlton, Stafford ; Bigods 
Mall, Dunmow, Essex; Thurnham 
Hall, Lancaster; 42 Grosvenor Place, 
Hyde Bark Comer, S, W. 

Fitzgerald, gen. sir John Forster, 
O.C.B., 8. of Edward Fitzgerald, m.p. ; 
b. 1786 J m. 1. dr. of M. Hazen, New 
Brunswick ; 2. dr. (d.) of hon. Donald 
Ogilvy: served in the Peninsula, m.p. 
(lO Clare 1852-57, col. 18 ft. from 

Union ; Worthing, Sussex, 

Fitzgerald, sir Joseph Capel Jadkin, 4 
bart 1801) b. 1®3; m. dr. of capt 
William Augustine Hvder, 10 hussars. 

Golden Hills, Golden, Tipperary; 
Cloghroe House, Inniscarra, Cork; 35 
Upper Mount Street, Dublin, 



Fitzgerald, rt. hon. sir William Robert 
Seymour Vesey, d.c.l., p.c, g.c.s.i., 
natiural s. of William Vesey, 2 baron 
Fitzgerald and Vesey; b. 1817; m. 
dr. (rf.) of Ed. Seymour, m.d. : x.A. 
Ozon., called to the bar at Lincoln's 
inn 1839, imder-secretaiy for foreign 
affairs 1858-59, governor of Bombay 
1866-72, M.p. fc.) Horsham 1848, 1852- 
65, and from 1874. Carlton, Boodles ; 
Holbrook, Horsham ; Ballylineh, 
Thomastown, Kilkenny. 

Fitzgerald, hon. mrs. Dorcas Louisa, 
dr. of 10 vise. Massareene : b. 1839 ; m. 
Percy Fitzgerald, f.s.a. (s. of T. Fitz- 
gerald. Fane Valley, Louth, M.P.), 
b. 1834: M.A. Dublin, called to the Irish 
bar, a well-known novelist and writer. 
Fane Valley, Diindalk, Louth; 37 
St, Georgt^s Road, S. W, 

Fitzgerald, hon. Letitia Yesey-, b. 
18M; hon. Mary (jeorgina Vesey-, b. 
1834, drs. of 3 baron, Fitzgerald and 
Vesey (ext). Leamington, 

Fitzgerald, hon. mrs. Jane Matilda 
Majy; b. 1838 ; vide rt. hon. John David 
Fitzgerald. 

Fitzgerald, lord Charles, B.N., s. of 
4 duke of Leinster; b. 1859. 

Fitzgerald, lord Frederick, s. of 4 doke 

of Leinster; b. 1857. 
Fitzgerald, lord Geoi^, s. of 4 duke of 

Lemster; b. 1862. 
Fitzgerald, lord Gerald, s. of 8 duke 

of Leinster ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of James 

Barker: capt. Scots frisilier guards, 

lieut.-col. 22 Middlesex (Queen's) rifle 

volunteers fr^m 1861. 
47 Sloane Street, S, W, 
Fitzgerald, lord Henry, s. of 4 duke of 

Leinster; b. 1863. 

Fitzgerald, lord Maurice, R.N., s. of 
4 duke of Leinster ; b. 1852. 

Fitzgerald, rt. hon. lord Otho Au- 
gustus, s. of 3 duke of Leinster; b. 
1827; m. widow of 1 baron Londee- 
borough: ex -lieut. roval horse guards, 
master of, the horse to the viceroy of 
Ireland 1855-58, ^tleman of the bed- 
chamber to the viceroy of Ireland 1859- 
62, treasurer of the Queen's household 
in 1866, comptroller 1868-74, ex-oapt. 
London Irish rifle volunteers, m.p. (l.) 
Kildare 1865-74. 
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Hottse Terracf, S.W.; Oaklty Courts 
Windsor; West Fark, Salisbury. 

Jitigerald, lord Walter, r.n., s. of 

4 duke of Leinster ; b. 1858. 
litigerald, lady Alice, b. 1853 ; lady 
Eva, b. 1855; lady Mabel, b. 1860; 
lady Nesta; b. 1865, drs. of 4 duke of 
Lemster. 
ntigerald, dow.-lady. Blanche Mary, 
dr. of hon. Philip Stourton, of Holme 
hall ; m. sir James George Dalton Fitz- 
gerald, 8 bart. 
litigerald, dow.-lady Judkin. Emma 
Louisa Maunsell, dr. of Hem'y White, 
Golden hills} and New Boss. Tipperary ; 
m. sir Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald, 3 
bart. 
Titigerald, dow.-lady. Julia, dr. of 
Edwaid O'Grady; m. 1. W. A. Eose; 
2. sir Edward Fitzgerald, 3 bart, of 
Newmarket-on-Fergus. 
Jitigerald, dow.-lady Judkin. Mar- 
garet, dr. of William Warner, of Kit- 
well, Worcestershire; b. 1806; m. 1. 
Bobert Jones Parry, Nerquia, Flint ; 2. 
Samuel Banks ; 3, as his third wife, sir 
John Judkin Fitzgerald, 2 bart. 
Plas-yn-Roe, St. Asaph. 
Jitsgibbon, hon. Gerald Normanby, s. 
of 13 rise. Dillon ; b. 1823 ; m. lady 
Louisa, dr. and co-heir of 3 and last 
earl of Clare : assistant secretary at the 
India office 1858-62, ex-capt. Oxford- 
shire militia, Tice-pres. of the Limerick 
poor law board of guardians from 1874. 
Union; Eyde, Isle of Wv^ht; 
Mount Shannon^ Lisnagryy Limertek. 
litsgibbon, lad^r Louisa ; b. 1827 ; vid6 

hon. Gerald Fitzgibbon. 
Titihardinge, 2 baron (1861). Francis 
William Pitzhardinge Berkeley; b. 
1826 ; m. dr. of col. William Hohne 
Sumner, Hatchlands, Guildford: ex- 
capt. royal horse guards, m.p. Chelten- 
ham 1&56-66, lieut.-col. commandant 
south Gloucestershire militia from 1860, 
lieut.-col. Gloucestershire yeomanry 
from 1859. 

Turf; Berkeley Castle^ Cheltenham; 
St. Georye^s Hotels 32 Albemarle 
Street. 
ntihardinge, dow. -baroness. Char- 
lotte, dr. of 1 earl Ducie ; b. 1806 ; m. 
as his second wife, 1 baron Fitzhar- 



'onford Souse^ Hounslow, Middk' 



FitiharriB, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Halmesbury). 

Fitiherbert, sirWiUiam, 4 bart. (1788) 
b. 1808; m. dr. (</.) of sir Be3rnold 
Abel AUeyne, 2 bart. : high sheriff of 
Derbyshire in 1865 and 1866. 

Tissinyton Hall^ Ashbourne, Derby; 
West Farleiyh^ Maidstone^ Kent. 

Fitiherbert, William, c.m.o. : educated 
at Cambridge, fellow or Queen's college, 
and member of the ro3ral coll^ of phy* 
sicians, London, treasurer of New Z^ 
land 1864-65, 1866-67. 

Fitimaiirioe, hon. Alexander Temple, 
8. of 2 earl of Orkney ; b. 1834 ; m. dr. 
of Simon Scrope, or Danby hall, and 
widow of E. Riddell, The Grange, 
Northumberland : served in the Crimea, 
ex-lieut. 72 ft., groom of the bed- 
chamber to the prince of Wales from 
1867. 

Marlborouyh; 44 Lower Belyrave 
Street, Eaton Square, S. W, 

Ktimaiiriee, hon. Henry Warrender, 
s. of 2 earl of Orkney; b. 1828; m. 
Sarah, dr. of George Bradley Boose, 
Bryntirion, north Wales: ex-capt. 72 
ft., high sheriff of Anglesey in 1866, 
ex-capt. Bucks militia. 
Army and Navy; Trogaf, Anylesey, 

Fitimanriee, hon. James Terence, s. of 
2 earl of Orkney ; b. 1835 ; m. Frances, 
dr. of sir William Gore Ouseley, k.c.b.: 
inspector of prisons in Ceylon 1867-70, 
conmiander royal navy. 
21 Bolton Street, FiccadUly, W, 

Fitimanriee, m%jor hon. William Ed- 
ward, bro. of 2 earl of Orkney; b. 
1805; m. 1. dr. of Henrv Harford, 
Down place, Berks; 2. dr. of J. Hatton, 
Deal: m.a. Oxon, ex-major 2 life 
guards, m.p. Bucks 1842-47, capt. 
south Middlesex rifle volunteers firom 
1860. 

Carlton; Vanburyh Mouse, Black" 
heath. 

Fittmanriee, lord Edmrlnd Geon» , 
Petty-, s. of 4 marq. of Lansdowne ; b. 
1846 : M.A. Cantab., called to the bar 
at Linoohi*s Inn 1871, m.p. (l.) Calne 
from 1868. 

Brooki, New UnUfersity; Bowood 
Park, Calne; 14 Arlinyton Street^ 

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litnnanrioe, lady Emily Charlotte, dr. 

of 2 earl of Orkney; b. 1836. 
3 Ennitmore Place, Frine^s Gate, 

8,W. 
ntnnavriee, lady Emily Louisa Ann 

Petty-, dr. of 4 marq. of Lansdowne ; 

ntnnavriee, lady Evelyn Emily Mary 
Petty-, dr. of 6 marq. of Lansdowne ; 
b. 1870. 

Fitiouiyer, major-gen. sir James Wil- 
liam, B.A., K.C.B., s. of major Charles 
Howard Fitzmaver, r.a. ; b. 1813 ; m. 

1. dr. of maior fi. Bowrer Lane, r.a. ; 

2. dr. of C. K, Sievwright, Burntisland : 
served in the Crimea in oommand of 
the artillery of the second division, 
officer of the legion of honour, knight 
of the Medjidie. commanded the ro3ral 
artillery in Scotland 1867-69, at Ports- 
mouth 1869-60, at Aldershot 1860-62, 
in Ireland 1862-64, at Meerut 1864- 
66, at Benares 1866-67, inspector of 
artillery, northern division, 18o7. 

United Service ; AU Lwyd, Aberyet- 
withy Wales. 

Pitipatriok, hon. Bernard Edward 
Barnaby, eld. s. of 1 baron Castletown ; 
b. 1848 : ex-lieut. 1 life guards. 

38 Fortman Square; Oranston 
Manor, Abbey LeiXy Q^een*8 County, 

Pitipatriok, lady Olivia, dr. of 2 mara . 
of Headfort; b. 1824; m. rev. Frederick 
Fitzpatrick (s. of rev. Frederick Fitz- 
patnck, rector of Lurgan, "Virginia, 
Cavan), b. 1821, rector of CtoonCy 
Mokiu, Leitrim. 

Titiroy, hon. Edward Algernon, s. of 
3 baron Southampton ; b. 1869. 

Titiroy, hon. Ismay Mary Helen, b. 
1863 ; hon. Frederica Louisa, b. 1864 ; 
hon. Blanche Georgina, b. 1866, drs. of 
3 baron Southampton. 

Fitnroy, hon. mrs. Gertrude, dr. of 2 
baron Feversham ; b. 1827 ; m. Francis 
Horatio Fitzroy (s. of admiral lord Wil- 
liam Fitzroy, k.c.b.), b. 1823, ma|or 
Oxfordshire yeomanry 1868-73, a magis- 
trate for Hants. 

Traveller^ ; Frogmore Fark, Black' 
water, Hants, 

Fitiroy, col. lord Augostus Charles 
Lennox, o.b., s. of 6 duke of Grafton ; 
b. 1821 ; m. dr. {d.) of James Balfour, 
of Whittinghame: served in the Crimea, 
ex-capt. cddstream guards, knight of 
the Ifedjidie, equerry to the Queen 



(760/.) from 1849. Heir pres. to hi» 
brother. 

White's, Traveller^ ; Whittlebury^ 
Toweester, 

Fitiroy, lieut.-col. lord Frederick John,, 
s. of 6 duke of Grafton ; b. 1823 ; m. 
dr. of rev. William Wescomb: ex- 
capt. grenadier guards, served on the 
coast of Syria in 1840, m.p. (l.) Thet- 
ford 1863-66. 

Ouards\ Travellers' ; 23 Grosvenor 
Street, W. 

Fituimon, lady. Catherine, dr. of sir 
John Power, bart. ; b. 1810; m. sir 
Nicholas Fitzsimon {d.), inspector-gen. 
of prisons in Ireland, m.p. Kmg's co. in 
three successive parliaments. 
88 Stephen's Green, Dublin, 

Fitiwalter, 1 baron (1868). Brook 
William Bridges ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. {d,) of 
Lewis Cage, Milgate, Kent : m.a. Oxon., 
M.p. (c.) Kent 1867-68, dep.-lieut. of 
Kent, capt. east Kent yeomanry 1830- 
63. 

Carlton, National ; Goodneston Fark^ 
Canterbury. 

Pitiwilliam, 6 earl (1716). WUliam 
Thomas Spencer Wentworth - Fitz- 
wUliam, k.o. ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of 1& 
earl of Morton: 2nd tit. vise. Milton: 
M.p. (L.) Maiton 1837-41, 1846-47, 
Wicklow 1847-67, dep.-lieut. of York- 
shire, col. 1 west York yeomanry from 
1846, lord-Ueut. of west riding of York- 
shire from 1863. 

Travellers' ; Wentworth SousCy 
Botherham, Yorkshire ; Milton Farkj 
Feterborouffh ; Maiton, Wicklow; i 
Grosvenor Square, W. 

Fitiwilliam, hon. Charles William 
Wentworth, f.r.o.8., s. of 6 earl of 
Fitzwilliam: b. 1826; m. dr. of hon. 
and rev. Thomas Lawrence Dundas: 
M.A. Cantab.^ttach^ at Vienna in 1846« 
capt. 1 west York yeomanry frx)m 1846, 
M.p. (l.) Maiton from 1862. 

Travellers', Brooks' ; Ahcalton, 
Feterborouffh; 13 Byder Street, St. 
James's, S. W, 

Fitiwilliam, hon. Henry William 
Wentworth, s. of 6 earl of Fitz- 
william; b. 1840: M.A. Cantab., lieut» 
1 west York yeomanry from 1864, m.p. 
(l.) Wicklow 1868-74, dep.-Keut. of 
Wicklow. 

Boodle's, Brooks'; 4 Grosvenor 
Square; Collatin, Oamew^ Wicklow, 

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FitrwilUam, hon. William Charles 
Wentworth, s. of 6 earl of Fitzwilliam ; 
b. 1848 : lieut. royal horse guards. 

Boodle* 9. St. Jameses; 4 Orowenor 
Square, W, 

yitxwilliam, hon. William John Went- 
worth, 8. of 6 earl of Fitzwilliam ; b. 
1852 : comet 1 west York yeomanry. 
4 Orosvefwr Square, W. 

Fitzwilliam, hon. William Hugh 
Wentworth, s. of 6 earl of Fitzwilliam ; 
b. 1860. 

Fitiwilliam, hon. William Reginald 
Wentworth, s. of 6 earl of FitzwUliam ; 
b. 1862. 

Titiwilliam, hon. William Thomas 
Wentworth, a. of 6 earl of Fitzwilliam; 
b. 1846 : lieut. royal horse guards. 
4 Growenor Square, W. 

fitswilliam, hon. mrs. George. Alice, 
dr. of major-gen. hon. Georee Anson ; 
m. hon. dreorge Wentworth Fitzwilliam 
(</.), M.P. Peterborough 1841-59. 
Milton House, Peterborough, 

Fitiwilliam, hon. , b. 1869 ; hon. 

— — , b. 1870, drs. of vise. Milton. 

Fitiwilliam. lady Charlotte, b. 1807 ; 
lady Dorothea Henrietta Wentworth, b. 
1822, drs. of 6 earl Fitzwilliam. 

11 Sill Street, Berkeley Square; 
Marrotcden House, Wellingborough, 
NorthanU, 

Fitiwilliam, lady AUce Mary, b. 1849 ; 
lady Albreda Mary, b. 1855 ; lady Char- 
lotte Mary, b. 18o8, drs. of 6 earl Fitz- 
william. 

Fitiwygram, sir Frederick Wellington, 
4bart. (1806); b. 1823: served in the 
Crimea, ex-Ueut.-col. 15 hussars. 

Ckrlton; Belmont Lodge. Malvern, 
Worcester; 42 Brunsii?iek Terrace, 
Brighton; Leigh Park, Portsmouth. 

Fitiwygram, lady Fanny GeoMjina, 
sis. of 6 earl of Lanesborough ; b. 1840 ; 
m. Loftiis Fitzwygram (bro. of sir 
Frederick Fitzw\gram, 4 bart.). 
89 Eccleston Square, S. W. 

Flanagan, Stephen Wonlfe, s. of 
Terence Flanagan, and nephew of chief 
baron Woulfe ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of John 
Corballis, q.c. : called to the Irish bar 
1838, judge of the landed estates court 
in Ireland (3000/.) from 1869. 



20 ^zwUliam Place, Dublin ; Drum- 
doe, Boyle, JRoscomtnon, 

Fleetwood, rev. sir Peter Louis Hes- 
keth, 2 bart. (1838) b. 1838: m.a. 
Oxon., incumbent of St. Manr's, Plais- 
tow, 1869-71. 

Boodle* s, Atheneeum; Sunbury^ 
Twickenham, Middlesex. 

Fleetwood, dow.-lady. Virginie Marie, 
dr. of seizor Pedro Garcia ; m. 1. as his 
2 wife, Sir Peter Hesketh Fleetwood, 
1 bart ; 2. Henry Willis. 

Fleming, John, o.s.i.: a merchant in 
Bombay. 

Fleming, sir Michael le, 7 bart. (1705) 
b. 1828 ; m. dr. of capt Boddie, Russian 
imperial navy. 

Kiverton, Christehurek, New Zea~ 
land, 

Fleming, sir Valentine, s. of Valentine 
Fleming, Tuam, Galway, capt. 9 ft. ; b. 
1811 ; m. dr. {a.) of Charles Buckland, 
Hobart town, and niece of dean Buck- 
land of Westminster: b.a. Dublin, 
called to the bar at (}ray*slnn 183^ 
commissioner of the insolvent debtorr 
court, Tasmania, 1841, solicitor-gen. 
1844-48. attorney-gen. 1848-54, chief 
justice 1854-70. 

The Hall, RedhUl, Surrey, 

Flemyng, major-gen. Augustus, r.m., 
served on the North America, West 
India, and Mediterranean stations, re- 
tired on full pay as lieut.-ool. 

Fletcher, maj.-gen. Edward Charles, s. of 
Edward Fletcher, Alresford, Hants, East 
India co.'s service ; b. 1799 ; m. 1. dr. 
of 1 baron Teignmouth ; 2. lady Frances 
Harriet, dr. or 2 Earl of Romney : ex- 
lieut.-col. 3 dragoon giiards, dep.-lieut. 
of Kirkcudbright, a magistrate for Kent 
and for Kirkcudbright. 

United Service; Kenward, Taldingy 
Maidstone, 

Fletcher, sir Henry, 4 bart. (1782) b. 
1835 ; m. dr. or Sir John Morillvon 
Wilson, C.B., K.H. : ex-lieut. grenadier 
guards, comet Cumberland and West- 
moreland yeomanry 1859-61, maj. Sur- 
rey rifle volunteers 1860-63, maj. 1 Sus- 
sex rifle volunteers from 1872. 

Whites, Guards*; Ham Manor 
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Fletoher, Isaac, f.r.g.s., s. of John 
Wilson Fletcher, Tambank, Cumber- 
land ; b. 1827; m. dr. of J. King, Was- 
aell grove, Stoiu*bridge : a magistrate for 
Worcestershire and for Staffordshire, 
chairman of the Cockermouth, Keswick, 
and Penrith railway, m.p. (l.) Cocker- 
mouth from 1868. 

Reform ; Tambank, Cbekermouth, 
Cfumherland. 

Pletcher, lieut.-col. John, c.m.o. : 
bngade-maj. of the 5th militaij district 
of the Canadian militia from 1865. 

Fleteher, adm. John Venour, s. of J. 
Fletcher, Chesterfield ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. 
of Walter Askell Venour JBengal medical 
■ervice : senred on the West India sta- 
tion, and in the first Chinese war 
1840. 
Meading. 

lletoher, sir Richard John, 2 bart. 
(1812) b. 1805: ex-capt. 9 ft. 
Carrow, (hrk, 

lleteher, kdy Charlotte, dr. of 7 earl 
of Wemvss; b. 1798; m. Andrew 
Fletcher (s. of gen. John Fletcher Camp- 
bell, of Saltoun), b. 1796, m.a. Ozon., 
ez-tieut. 14 ft., a magistrate for Mid- 
Lothian and for Haddingtonshire, dep.- 
lieut. of Haddingtonshire. 

New (EdinburghJ; SaUoun CastUy 
East Lothian. 

Ttoteher, ladv Frances, dr. of 2 earl of 
Bomney; o. 1809; vide major-gen. 
Charles Edward Fletcher. 

netoher, lady Harriet, dr. of 8 earl of 
Bomney; b. 1838 ; m. cousin ]ieut.-ooL 
Henry Charles Fletcher (s. of maj.-gen. 
Edwajtl Charles Fletcher, by dr. of baron 
Teignmouth), b. 1833, capt. Scots fusi- 
lier g^uards, military secretaiy to gover- 
nor-gen. of Canada (Lord Dunerin) from 
1872. 
Kentcard, Talding, Maidstone. 

Tlateher, dow.-lady. Emily, dr. of Geo. 
Browne, member of coimcil at Bombay ; 
m. sir Henry Fletcher, 3 bart. 
34 Palmeira Square, Hove, Brighton. 

T\ttA, countess Marcelli-. lady Cristina, 
dr. of countess of Newburgh ; b. 1822 ; 
m. count Marcello Marcelli-Flori. 

Mower, hon. Robert Thomas, s. of 6 
vise. Ashbrook ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of rev. 
Sewell Hamilton, Bath : capt. Queen's 
county militia from 1859. 



Flower, hon. William Spencer, s. of 5 
vise. Ashbrook; b. 1830; m. dr. of 
Geoijge Marton, Capermoray hall, Lan- 
cashire: M.A. Dublm. 

Flower, dow.-lady. Mary Jane, dr. of 
sir Walter Stirlmg, bart^ of Faskine ; 
b. 1796 ; m. Sir James Flower, 2 bart. 
(ext.) 
24 Lowndes Square, S. W. 

Floyd, maj. sir John, 8 bart. (1816) b. 
1823 ; m. dr. {d.) of rt. hon. sir Frederic 
Shaw, 3 bart., recorder of Dublin : ex- 
capt. 3 ft., capt. 2 royal Lanark militia 
from 1858. 

United Service; Powys, Sidmouth. 

Floyd, dow.-lady. Mary, dr. of Wil-r 
liam Murray, Jamaica ; m. major-geni 
sir Henry Floyd, 2 bart. 

Floyer, John, s. of rev. William Floyer, 
vicar of Stinsford, Dorset ; b. 1811 ; nu 
dr. of rt. hon. George Bankes, m.p. : m.a-. 
Oxon^ dep.-lieut. of Dorset, and high 
sheriff in 1844, capt. Dorset yeomanry 
frt)m 1852, M.p. (c.) Dorset 1846-57, and 
frx)ml864. 

Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge; 
West Staford, Dorchester. 

Flade, lieut.-gen. Thomas Peters, r.a. 

The Cedars, Colchester. 
Flndyer, sir Samuel, 8 bart. (1759) 
b. 1800. 

FelixstoiPe, Harwich; Trostrey,Mon' 
mouth; 27 Great Cumberland Flace, IF. 

Foley, 6 baron (1776). Henry Thomas 
Foley; b. 1850 : dep.-lieut. of Surrey. 

Worksop Manor, Notts; Rttxley 
Lodge, Esher, Surrey ; 26 Qrosvenor 
Square. 

Foley, dow. -baroness. Mary Charlotte, 
dr. of 13 duke of Norfolk ; b. 1822 ; m. 
4 baron Foley, capt. of the corps ofgen- 
tlemen-at-arms, and lord-lieut. of Wor- 
cestershire. 

26 Grosvenor Square; RuxleyLodge^ 
Esher, Surrey. 

Foley, col. hon. Augustus Frederick, s. 
of 3 baron Foley; b. 1810: ex-major 
grenadier guards. 

Foley, hon. Fitzalan Charles, s. of 4 
baron Foley ; b. 1852 : lieut. 2 Derby 
militia 1873-74. 

Foley, capt hon. Fitzgerald Algernon, 
B.N., s. of 3 baron Foley; b. 1823 ; m. 1. 
dr. of late sir George Campbell, and niece 



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of lord chancellor Campbell ; 2. Benira 
Anne, widow of Capt. £. H. G. Lam- 
bert, K.N. : senred on the coast of Syria 
in 1840, commanded the "Cambridge" 
gunnery ship at Devonport 1867-71, 
commanded the "Britannia" training 
ship at Dartmouth 1871-74. 

Poley, major-gen. hon. St. George 
Gerald, c.b., s. of 3 baron Foley: d. 
1814 ; m. dr. of H. C. Sturt, of Critchill, 
Dorset: served in the Crimea, military 
secretary at Hong Kong 1857, commis- 
sioner at the head-a uai-ters of the French 
army in China 1860, knight of the legion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, military 
attach^ at Vienna 1865-66, lieut.-col. 
h.p. 44 ft., lieut.-govemor of Guernsey 
from 1874. 

United Service, Whites, Traveller^, 

Foley, lady Emily, dr. of 3 duke of 
Montrose; b. 1805; m. Edward Thonuis 
Foley (rf.), M.p. Herefordshire. 

43 Brodk Street, Orosveiior Square ; 
Stoke Edith Fark, Hereford. 

Eoyambe, Francis John Savile, s. of 
George Savile Foljambe, by dr. of sir 
W. M. S. Mihier, 4 hart. ; b. 1830 ; m. 
lady Gertrude Emily, dr. of 3 earl of 
Goaford: m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of 
Notts, a magistrate for Notts, and for 
the west riding of Yorkshire, capt. Notts 
yeomanry from 1871, m.p. (l.) East 
Retford from 1857. 

Boodles, Brooke ; Oaberton Hall. 
Worksop, Notts; 31 Great Cumberland 
Flaoe, Bryanston Square, W.; Aid' 
works Hall, Mother nam, 

Po^ainbe, lady Gertrude Emily, b. 
1833 ; vide Francis J. S. Foljambe. 

Eo^[aiiib6, lady Selina, dr. of 3 earl of 
liverpool ; b. 1812 ; m. 1. vise. Milton 
(bro. of 6 earl Fitzwilliam) ; 2. as his 
second wife, George Savile Foljambe id.) 
Aldwarke, Mother ham, Yorkshire; 
Osberton, Worksop, Notts, 

Folkes, bart. ; vide Ffolkes. - 

Folkattone, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Rad- 
nor). William Pleydell Bouverie; b. 
1841 ; m. Helen, sis. of Henry Chaplin, 
M.p. : M.A. Cantab., dep. lieut. of Berks, 
ex-lieut. royal Berks militia, m.p. (c.) 
south Wilts from 1874. 

Whites ; 13 Zotcndes Square, S. W. 

FoUett, lady Julia Alice, dr. of 2 marq . 
of Ailsa; b. 1849; m. capt. R. Webb 
FoUett (s. of sir William Follett), oold- 
stream guards. 



FookB, major-gen. Walker King, r.a. : 
served in the Sutlej and Punjab cam- 
paigns, ex-lieut. -col. royal Bengal 
artillery, retired on full pay. 
Neu^ld House, Bexley Heath, 

Foote, rear-adm. Henry Richard, s. of 
capt. John Foote, r.n. (nephew of vice- 
adm. sir James Foote, k.c.b.); b. 1817: 
served on the west India and African 
stations. 

Foote, m^j.-gen. William Francis, b.m., 
s. of capt. John Foote, r.n. (nephew erf 
vice-adm. sir James Foote, k.c.b.^ ; b. 
1820: served in the China expeoition 
1857-59, ex-col. -commandant royal 
marines, retired on fiill pay. 

Foote, lady Elizabeth Katinka, dr. of 
5 marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1814; m. 
Henry St. George Foote. 

♦fForbei, 20 baron (1440). Horace 
Courtenay Forbes; b. 1829:* premier 
baron of Scotland, m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Aberdeenshire. 

Athenaum, Carlton; Castle Forbes, 
Aberdeenshire; 22 Falmeira Square, 
Brighton, 

Forbes, bp. ; vide Brechin. 

Forbei, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Granard). 

Forbei, vice-adm. Arthur; b. 1810: 
served on the north America, west 
India, and Mediterranean stations. 
43 Frince*s Square, Bayswater, W, 

Forbes, sir Charles, 3 hart. (1828) b. 
1803 ; m. dr. of George Battve, Campden 
Hill: ex-capt. 17 lancers, ex-lieut. Surrey 
light horse volunteers. 

Junior United Service ; Newe House, 
Aberdeenshire; Ashtown, Aberdeen- 
shire; Broom Wood, Clapham, Surrey^ 

Forbes, mtg'.-gen. John, c.b., s. of rev. 
George Forb^,D.D.,Blelaok; b.l817; m. 
dr. of col. Adam A.Drummond: served in 
Scinde and Aftjp^hanistan 1841-42, in the 
Persian campaign 1856-57, and with the 
Central India field force during the 
mutiny. Bombay cavalry. 

New Club, Edinburgh ; Blelaek, Tar- 
land, Aberdeen; Inveraruan, Strath' 
don, Aberdeen, 

Forbes, sir William, 8 bart. (1680) b. 
1836; m. 1. dr. of sir Charles Forbes, 1 
bart. of Newe (divorced 1861) ; 2. dr. of 
sir Robert Abercrombv, 6 oart. : ex- 
lieut. ooldstream guards, served in the 
Crimea, lieut.-col.-commandant 1 Aber- 



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deenBliire rifle volunteers from 1868, 
dep.-lieut. of Aberdeenshire. 

Guards; Craiaievar Castle, and 
^ntray House, Aberdeenshire, 

Forbes, William Ashbumer, c.b. : en- 
tered the Bengal civil service in 1847, 
commissioner of Allahabad division from 
1872. 

Forbei, sir William Stuart, 9 bart. 
(1626) b. 1635; m. dr. of J. Watts, 
X^elson. New Zealand. 

PitsligOy Aberdeenshire; Fettereaim, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire. 

Forbes, hon. Atholl Monson, s. of 19 
baron Forbes ; b. 1841. 

Forbes, hon. James Hunter, s. of 19 
baron Forbes ; b. 1833 : m.a. Oxon. 
Junior Carlton. 

Forbes, hon. Robert, s. of 18 baron 

Forbes ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. of Thomas Law 

Hodges, Hemsted, Kent : in the Bengal 

civil service 1826-59. 

15 Caherley Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

Forbes, hon. Walter Robert Dmmmond, 
8. of 19 baron Forbes; b. 1865. 

Forbes, hon. William Francis, bro. of 
TearlofGranard; b. 1836; m.jir. of J. 
Rowe, Ballvcross, Wexford: page of 
honour to the Queen 1845-55, ex-capt. 
1 grenadier guards, served in the Crimea, 
dep.-lieut. of Leitrim, maj. Leitrim 
muitia from 1859, resident magistrate at 
Gurragh camp. 

Forbes, hon. mrs. Charles. Caroline, 
dr. of col. hon. George Spencer; b. 
1840; m. hon. Charles Murray Hay 
Forbes {d.), s. of 19 baron Forbes. 

Forbes, hon. Elizabeth Jane, dr. of 18 
baron Forbes; b. 1813. 

•Forbes, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, sis. of 17 
baron Saltoun ; b. 1823 ; m. col. Hamil- 
ton Forbes, b. 1824, served in the 
Sutlei campaign 1845-46, including 
* Moodkeej Ferozeshah, and Sobraon. in 
the Punjab campaign, including Cnil- 
lian wallah and Goojerat, brigade-maj. 
of cavalry at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow, commandant of the Bhopal 
battalion from 1860. Bengal staff corps. 
Sehore. 

Forbes, lady Adelaide Jane, b. 1860 ; 
ladv Sophia Maria, b. 1862, drs. of 7 
earl of Granard. 

Forbes, lady Harriet, dr. of 6 marq. of 
Lothian ; b. 1838 ; m. sir John Stewart 
Forbes, 8 bart., of Pitsligo. 



14 Chapel Street, Park Lane, W. ; 
Fettereaim Souse, Kincardineshire. 

Forbes, dow. -baroness. Louisa, dr. of 
James Ormond, Abingdon, Berks; m. 
19 baron Forbes. 

Forbes, dow. -viscountess. Frances Maxy, 
dr. of William Territt, ll.d., Chilton 
,Hall, Suffolk; m. 1. vise. Forbes, &ther 
of 7 earl of Granard ; 2. Thomas Nugent 
Vaughan {d.) : a bedchamber woman to 
the Queen, 18 -74, extra bedchamber 
woman from 1874. 
3 Queen Street, Mayfair, W. 

Forbes, hon. lady. Charlotte Elizabeth, 
dr. of 17 baron Forbes ; b. 1801 ; m. 
sir John Forbes, 7 bart., of Cndgievar. 

Forbes, lady. Amelia Soi)hia, dr. of 
David Grant, m.d., Jamaica; m. sir 
Francis Forbes (<f.), chief justice of New 
South Wales 1824-41. 
Dynevor Terrace, Sydney, N.S, W, 

Totd, maj. -gen. Charles Erakine, R.E. 

Ford, maj. -gen. Edmund Twiss, R.£. : 
retired on mil pay as col. 

Ford, sir Francis Colville, 4 bart. (1793) 
b. 1850 ; m. cousin, dr. of William Ford, 
C.8.I., Bengal civil service. 
17 Montpellier Villas, Brighton. 

Ford, William, c.s.i., s. of sir Francis 
Ford, 3 bart ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. (rf.) of 
maj. -gen. J. A. Hodgson, Sheraton, 
Durham: in the Bengal civil service 
1842-69. 

Kasi India United Service; Trehol- 
ford, Brecon. 

Fordwieh, vise. (eld. s. of earl Cowper). 

Fordyce, maj. -gen. Charles Francis, 
C.B. ; b. 1818 ; m. Mary, dr. of sir 
James Dalrjmple Hay, 2 bart. : served 
in the Crimea with 47 ft., knight of the 
Medjidie. 

6 Kensington Gardens Square, Bays- 
water, W. 

Fordyce, lieut.-gen. sir John, B.A., 
K.c.B. ; b. 1804 : served in Arracan 
1824-25, commanded a battcrv of artil- 
lery at Sobraon and Ferozesnah, com- 
manded the artillery against the Sikhs, 
and also in 1850 under sir Charles 
Napier in forcing the Eohat pass. 
38d Por Chester Terrace, Bayswaier, W, 

Fordyce, William Dingwall, s. of capt. 
Alexander D. Fordyce, h-n., m.p., oy 
dr. of James Thom, Nova Scotia; b. 
1836; m. dr. of R. Horn, advocate: 
M.A. Edinburgh^ called to the Scotch 
bar 1861, dep.-heut. of Aberdeenshire, 



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capt 5 Aberdeen rifles from 1861, m.p. 
(l.) Aberdeenshire from 1866. 

Jieform, Brooka* ; Brueklay CMtle, 
Aberdeen. 

Torertwr, 8 baron (1821) lieut.-gen. 
George Cecil Weld Forester; b. 1837 ; 
m. dr. (rf.) of 2 vise. St. Vincent, and 
widow of David Ochterlony Dyce Som- 
bre : ex-lieut.-col. royal horse guards, 
comptroller of the Queen's household 
1862, 1868-69, m.p. (c.) Wenlock 
1830-74. 

OarUon ; Meaford JBalL Stone^ Staf- 
fordehire; 3 CarUon Gardens, Fall 
MaUy S. TT. 

Toretter, Cecil Theodore Weld, s. of 
hon. and rev. Orlando Forester; b. 1842; 
m. EmmaJdr. of sir Wm. Dixie, 7 bart.: 
M.p. (c.) Wenlock from 1874. 

ToTMter, Heat. -col. hon. Emilias John 
Weld, s. of 1 baron Forester; b. 1815: 
servea in the Afghanistan campaign 
1838-42. aide-de-camp to sir Willoughby 
Cotton 1838-40, ex-capt. 83 ft. 

Chretton Mousey Wtnehoombe, Olouees^ 
tershire, 

Poretter, lient.-col. hon. Henry Town- 
shend, s. of 1 baron Forester ; b. 1821 : 
ex-capt. grenadier guards. 
16 mU Street, Berkelev Square, W. 

PorMter, hon. and rev. Orlando Watkin 
Weld, s. of 1 baron Forester; b. 1813; 
m. dr. (rf.) of Richard Norman, by dr. 
of duke of Rutland : m.a. Cantab., pre- 
bendary of Hereford, canon of York 
aOO/.) tram 1874, chancellor of York 
from 1874, rector of Oedling, Kotting- 
ham, Notts (1075/.) fnm 1867. 

Forester, hon. mrs. Eleanor Alexan- 
drina, sis. of 17 baron Saltoim ; b. 1836; 
m. Henry William Forester (s. of Francis 
Forester, by dr. of 1 duke of Cleveland). 
Somerby, Oakham, Leicestershire; 
31 St. James's Flaee, 8. W. 

Toreiter, lady Maria, dr. of 8 earl of 
Roden; b. 1824; m. maj. hon. Charles 
Robert Weld Forester (rf.). 
12 Onslow Crescent, Brompton, S. Ws 

Foreeter, dow. -baroness. Alexandrina, 
dr. of Joachim Mortimer, count von 
Maltjsan ; b. 1818 ; m. 1. 3 vise. Mel- 
bourne (ext.) ; 2. 2 baron Forester (rf.) 
6, AudUy Sq., South AudleySt,, W. 

Forrest, sir John, 2 bart. (1839) b. 
1817: a commissioner of supply for 
Midlothian. 

Coniston, Midlothian; 18 Manor 
FlaeCf Edinburgh. 



Forrest, m^jor-gen. William Charles : 
served with 5 drains in the Crimea, 
knight of the Medjidie. 

Forster, sir Charles, 1 bart. (1874), s. of 
Charles Smith Forster, m.p. ; b. 1815 ; 
m. Frances, dr. of John Surtiees, New- 
castle-ujpon-Tvne, and niece of lord 
chancellor Eldon : m.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1843, dep.- 
lieut. of Staffordshire, m.p. (l.) Walsall 
from 1862. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Lvsways 
Ball, Lichfield : 15 Queen Annes Gate, 
Westminster, 8. W. 

Forster, sir George, 2 bart. (1794) b. 
1796 ; m. 1. dr. of Matthew Fortescue, 
Stephenstown, Louth ; 2. dr. of W. Hoare 
Hume, of Hume Wood : m.a. Dublin, 
dep.-lieut. of Monaghan. and of Louth, 
called to the bar in Ireland 1830, m.p. 
(c.) Monaghan 1852-65. 

Carlton ; SackvUU Street Club, Dub- 
lin; Coolderry, Carrickmacross, Mo^ 
naghan ; 63 FitzwilHam Square, 
Dublin. 

Forster, major-gen. Henry, r.a., o.b. : 
served in Affghanistan in 1839. 

Forster, rt. hon. William Edward, 
p.c, s. <wf W. Forster, a Quaker mi- 
nister; b. 1818; m. dr. of reV. Thomas 
Arnold, d.d., neadmaster of Rugby; 
dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire, imder-secretary 
for the colonies 1865-66, vice-president 
of the council 1868-74, m.p. (l.} Brad- 
ford from 1861, a worsted manufacturer 
at Bradford. 

Be/orm; Burley, Leeds; 80 Eceie- 
ston Square, 8. W. 

Forster, general William Frederick, 
K.H. : served with the Scots fusilier 
guards at Bayonne in 1814, military 
secretary to the commander-in-chief 
(duke of Cambridge) 1864-72, col. 81 
ft. fix)m 1863. 
7 Chestei'field Street, Magfair, W. 

Forster, hon. mrs. Mary Elizabeth, dr. 
of 2 baron Plunket ; b. 1836 ; m. col. 
Thomas Oriel Forster (eld. s. of sir 
George Forster, 2 bart.) b. 1824, ex- 
capt. 77 ft., lieut.-col. commandant 
Monaghan militia frt>m 1855. ' 

Coolderry, Carrickmacross, Mona^ 
ghan. 

Forsyth, John, c.b. : ex-principal in- 
spector of the medical depuiment in the 
Bengal army, hon. physician to the Queen 
frx>m 1861. 



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Foriyth, sir Thomas Douglas, o.b., 
K.C.8.I., B. of Thomas Forsyth, Liver- 
pool, and bro. of William Forsyth. 
LL.D., Q.c, M.p. : entered the Bengal 
civil service 1848, commissioner inOude, 
envoy of ^e Tarkund mission in 1873. 
Forsytii, William, ll.d., q.c, s. of 
Thomas Forsyth, Liverpool; b. 1812; 
m. 1. dr. of George Lyall, m.p.; 2. 
grand-dr. of rt. hon. sir Thomas Plu- 
mer : m.a. Cantab., caHed to the bar 
1839, queen's counsel 1857, comnussary 
of the university of Cambridge from 
1868, standing counsel to the secretarv 
of state for India 1869-72, m.p. (c.) 
Cambridge in 1866, Manlebone from 
1874. Athenaum; 61 Rutland Oate^ 
Xnightabridge, S. W. ; Firs, Mortimer, 
Beading ; 6 Crown Office Bow, Temple, 
EC 

Fortewue, 3 earl (1789). Hugh Foi> 
tescue ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. {d.) of rt. hon. 
col. Dawson Damer; 2nd tit. vise. 
Ebrington : dep.-lieut. of Devon, a lord 
of the treasury 1846-47, secretary to the 
poor law board 1847-51, m.p. (l.) Ply- 
mouth 1841-52, Mar>-lebone 1864-69, 
lieut.-col. commandant north Devon 
yeomanry from 1862. 

Travellers', Brooke' ; Castle Hxll, 
South Molton, Devon ; Weare Qiffbrd, 
Bideford, Devon,- Summerville, Water- 
ford. 

FortMone, hon. Arthur GrenviUe, s. 
of 3 earl Fortescue ; b. 1868. 

Forteiciie, hon. Charles GrenviUe, s. 
of 3 earl Fortescue ; b . 1861 . 

Fortetcue, hon. Dudley Francis, s. of 
2 earl Fortescue; b. 1820; m. lady 
Camilla, dr. of 4 earl of Portsmouth : 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Devon, ex- 
capt. 1 Devon militia, m.p. (lO An- 



dover 1857-74, high sheriff of Water 
ford in 1870, a commissioner in lunacy 
1867. 

Traveller^, Brooks* ; 9 Hertford 
Street, May fair, W.; Summerville, 
Dunmore, Waterford. 
Fortescue, hon. George Matthew, s. of 
1 earl Fortescue; b. 1791; m. lady 
Louisa, dr. of 1 earl of Harrowby : dep.- 
lieut. of Devon and of Cornwall, ex- 
capt. 26 ft., special deputv-warden of 
the stannaries of Cornwall, m.p. Hin- 
don 1827-32. 

Travellers' : Boconnoe, Cornwall; 
Dropmore, Maidenhead, Bucks; 38 
Orosvenor Square, W, 



Forteseue, hon. John William, s. of 8 

earl Fortescue ; b. 1869. 
Forteseae, hon. Lionel Henry Dudley, 

s. of 3 earl Fortescue, b. 1857. 
Fortesone, hon. Seymour John, k.n., 

8. of 3 earl Fortescue ; b. 1856. 
Fortescue, hon. William George, s. of 

3 earl Fortescue ; b. 1866. 
Forteseae, lady Susan Elizabeth, b. 
1848; lady Mary Eleanor, b. 1849; 
lady Georgina Seymour, b. 1852 ; lady 
Alice Sophia, b. 1864 ; lady Frances 
Blanche, b. 1866, drs. of 3 earl Fortescue. 
Forteseae, lady Camilla, b. 1830; 

vide hon. Dudley Fortescue. 
Forteseae, lady Louisa, b. 1813 ; vide 

hon. George Fortescue. 
Forteseae, dow. -viscountess. Eliza- 
beth, dr. of Piers Geale, Dublin ; m. 1. 
sir Marcus SomerviUe, bart., father of 1 
baron Athlimmey; 2. as his second 
wife, 2 earl Fortescue. 

6S Brook Street, Orosvenor Square, 
W, 

Forth, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Perth). 
Foster, rev. sir Cavendish Hervey, 
3 bart. (1831), s. of rt. hon. sir Angus- 
tus Foster, o.c.h., 1 bart. ; b. 1817 ; m. 
dr. of rev. John Todd, Halesowen : b.a. 
Cantab., rector fix)m 1843 of Thoydon- 
Gamon, JSppino, Essex (660^.) ; Glyde 
Court, Ardee, Louth, 
Foster, maj.-gen. Charles John : served 
in the Affghanistan campaign including 
the siege and capture of Ghuznee^at the 
battle of Maharajpore 1843, and m the 
Sutlej campaign, including Buddiwal, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon, lieut.-col. h.p. 
16 lancers. 
Foster, Morgan Hugh, c.b., s. of J. 
Foster, Jamaica; b. 1815; m. dr. of 
George Flint: British paymaster m 
Hanover 1843-49, assistant-paymaster- 
general 1859, financial commissioner to 
India 1863, principal financial officer in 
the treasury 1867, director-general of 
the imperial Ottoman bank at Constan- 
tinople from 1871. 
BrickhiU House, Bedfordshire. 
Foster, Skefl&ngton. ; vide Skeffington. 
Foster, sir William, 2 bart (1838) b. 
1826 ; m. 1. dr. of B. Armit, Dublin ; 2. 
Harriet, dr. of cap. T. Wills, k.n.: ex- 
capt. 11 hussars. 
Thorpe, Norwich, 



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Eofter, William Heniy, s. of William 
Onne Foster, Apley Park, m.p. ; b. 
1846 ; m. dr. of H. S. Pakenham Ma- 
hon, Strokestown House, Boscommon: 
M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Salop, ex- 
lieut. Bouth Salop yeomanry, m.p. (l.) 
Bridgenorth from 1870. 

Brooke ; Apley Parky Bridgenorth^ 
Salop ; 6 Belgrave SquarCy S. tr, 

Fofter, dow.-Iady. dr. of S. Day, 
Norwich ; m. sir Wm. Foster, 1 bart., a 
solicitor at Norw-ich. Thorpcy Norwich, 

Fothergill, Richard, s. of R. Fother- 
nlL Cowbri(tee, Kendal; b. 1822: m. 
1. dr. of E. Lewis ; 2. dr. of William 
Boden: educated at Edinburgh, dep.- 
lieut. ofGlamorganshire, and a magistrate 
for Pembroke, an ironmaster, m.p. (l.) 
Merthyr Tjdvil from 1868. 

Oresham, Windham; Abemanty 
AberdarCy Glamorganshire ; Sion 
Housey Tenby. Pembroke ; I Hyde Park 
Gardensy Eyde Parky JF. 

Fonlerton, major-gen. Thomas : for- 
merly in the llombay army. 

4 Albemarh Streety W. ; Bubitlaw 
Parky Aberdeen. 

FoQlii, sir James Liston-, 9 bart. (1684) 
b. 1847 ; m. dr. of sir Charles Ochter- 
lony, 2 bart.: ex-ensign 17 ft., capt. 
Edmburgh light infantr}' militia from 
1870. Wbodhally and Milbum IhioeTy 
Bdinburgh, 

Fonlif, rev. sir Henry, 9 bart. (1619) 
b. 1800: B.A. Cantab., prebendary of 
Lincoln frx)m 1844, rector from 1834, of 
Great Briekhilly Bletchleyy Bucks 
(426/.) ; Carlton. 

Foulit, hon. Algernon Sidney, s. of 2 
baron de Flsle and Dudley ; b. 1864 : 
lieut. royal artillery. 

Fonlis, hon. Henry Sidney, s. of 2 
baron de I'lsle and Dudley ; b. 1868. 

Foulit, hon. Philip Sidney, eld. s. of 2 
baron de I'Isle and DucQey, b. 1863 : 
lieut. rifle brigade. 

Foulit, hon. William Sidney, s. of 2 
baron de Tlsle and Dudley ; b. 1859. 

Fonlii, hon. Mary Sophia Sidney-, dr. 
of 2 baron de I'Isle and Dudley; b. 
1861. 

Foulii, dow.-lady Liston. Mary Anne, 
dr. of Robert Uadell ; m. as his second 
wife, sir William Liston Foulis, 8 bart. 

Fowke, sir Frederick Thomas, 2 bart. 
(1814) b. 1816; m. dr. and co-heir of 
Henry Leigh Spencer, Banstead Park, 



Surrey : called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1841, dep.-lieut. of Leicester- 
shire, lieut.-col. Leicestershire militia 
from 1869. Conservative; Loicesby 
Matty Leicester, 

Fowle, maj.-gen. Charles Stephen : ex- 
lieut.-col. Bengal staff corps, second in 
conmiand 36 Bengal native in&ntry 
1867-74. 

Fowler, lady Harriet Eleanor, dr. of 1 
mara . of Ormonde ; b. 1810 ; m. Robert 
Fowler (rf.), of Rahinston, vioe-lieut. 
of Meath, s. of rt. rev. R. Fowler, bp. 
of Ossory. 

Rahinston ffouse, Kilcocky Meath; 
Rydcy Isle of Wight. 

Fox, hon. SackviUe Fitzroy Henry 
Lane-, eld. s. of 12 baron Conyers ; b. 
1861. 

Fox, hon. mrs. Alice Mai^garet Lane-, 
dr. of 2 baron Stanley of Alderley; 
b. 1828 ; m. col. Augustus Lane-Fox (s. 
of W. A. Lane-Fox, by dr. of 18 earl of 
Morton), served as deputy and assistant 
Quartermaster-gen. in the Crimea, inclu- 
oing the Ahna and Sebastopol, ex-assis- 
tant-quartermaster-gen. at Cork, lieut.- 
col. brigade depdt iff Guildford frt)m 
1873. 

Fox, hon. Lora Mary Lane-, sis. of 12 
baron Conyers ; b. 1832. 

Fox, hon. Mary Lane-, b. 1863 ; hon. 
Violet Ida Lane-, b. 1866, drs. of 12 
baron Conyers. 

Fox, lady. dr. of Joseph Brookhonse, 
Matlock ; m. sir Charles Fox, c.e. (d.). 
BelUJUldy Blackheath. 

Foxford, baron ; vide Limerick. 

Franoifl, sir Philip, s. of E. Francis ; 
b. 1822 : called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1845, vice-consul and registrar of 
the supreme consular court at Constanti- 
nople 1861-62, in Egypt 1864-67, consul- 
gen.andjudge at Constantinople (1500/.) 
from 1867. 

Fnaoklin, hon. mrs. Alice Maud, dr. 
of 3 vise. St. Vmcent; b. 1848; m. 
John Liell Francklin, b. 1844, a ma- 
gistrate for Notts. Uonalston. Souths 
welly Notts ; Great Barfordy Beds. 

Fnmoklyn, maj.-gen. John Henry, r. a., 
c.B. : served m the Crimea, knight of 
the Medjidie. 

Frank, lady Agnes, dr. of 2 marq. of 
Westminster ; b. 1831 ; m. 1. sir Archi- 
bald Islay Campbell, bart. ; 2. Philip 
Frank, M.D. (Berlin). CanneSy France, 



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•fFrankfort de Xontmorency, 2 vise. 
(1816). Lodge Baymond de Montmo- 
rency ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. of Peter Fitz- 
gibbon Henchy, Q.c, ll.d. (she 
obtained a separation in 1843) : ex-lieut 
10 hussars. 

Newlandt^ Dublin; They don Bower ^ 
Epping^ Euex, 

Trankland, vice-adm. Charles Colville, 
8. of rev. Roger Frankland, Dulverton, 
Somerset, by sis. of adm. lord Colville ; 
b. 1797 : served on the south American 
station. 

Prankland, sir Frederick William, 8 
bart. (1660) b. 1793; m. dr. (rf.J of 
Isaac Scarth, Stakesby, Yorkshire : 
served in the Peninsula and at Waterloo, 
and in the east and west Indies, dep.- 
lieut. of Sussex, barrackmaster at Gib- 
raltar 1843-57. 

Great ThirkUby Hall, Yorkshire; 
Cheltenham. 

Tranklin, mal.-gen. Charles Trigance, 
R.A., c.B. ; D. 1822 ; m. dr. of francis 
Haywood, Sillins, Bromsgrove: served 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, 
col. on the staff of the south-eastern 
district 1872-r?, retired on fuU pay as 
col. 

TrankliiL, Henry, c.B., s. of rev. Joseph 
Evans Franklin, vicar of Kilmessan, 
Meath ; b. 1787 ; m. dr. of col. CoweU, 
1 ft. : served in the Peninsula, in the 
American war, andin India, ez-inspector- 
gen. of hospitals. 
113 Sanagate Road, Folkestone, 

Tranklin, lady. Jane, dr. of John 
Griffin, f.s.a. ; m., as his second wife, 
rear-adm. sir John Franklin, k .c.h. {d^ 
the Arctic voyager. 4 Seamore Place, Jr, 

Tranklin, lady. Mary Anne, dr. of 
»Samucl Young, Clonlara ; m. sir Richard 
Franklin, M.D., of Limerick {d.). 

Tranki, lady. Rebecca Constantia ; m. 
1. Samuel Brewis, Langlev house, Prest- 
wich; 2. maj.-gen. sir Thomas Harte 
Franks, k.c.b. JdX s. of W. Franks, of 
Carrig castle, Cork, by aunt of Fitz- 
wilHam Hume, m.p. 
Ibatone House, Tetsworth, Oxon, 

rrsnkM, lady. Sarah Woolaston, dr. of 
William Regan, barrister ; m., as his 
third wife, sir John Franks (rf.), judge 
of the supreme ^urt at Calcutta. 
St. Bridget's, Dublin. 

Fraier, bp. ; vide Manchester. 



Fraier, col. Alexander, R.E., c.B. : ser- 
ved in the Sutlej campaign 1845, the 
Punjab campaign 1848-49^ the Burmese 
war 1852-53, ex-chief engmeer and sec- 
retary to the chief commissioner of British 
Burmah, in the public works depart- 
ment, «hief engineer and secretaiy to 
the ^vemment of India, north-west 
provmcee, in the public works depart- 
ment. 

Fraier, col. Charles Craufurd, v.c.,c.B., 
bro. and heir presumptive of sir William 
A. Eraser, 4 oart. ; b. 1829 : served in 
the. Indian mutiny, ex-lieut.-coL 11 
hussars, aide-de-camp to the comman- 
der-in-chief (duke of Cambridge) from 
1873. 16 William Street, Lotcndes 
Square, W. 

Fraier, min.-gen. John, R.M.A.: com- 
manded a battalion of royal marines in 
the Crimea, retired on full pay. 

Fratar, John, m.d., c.b. : served in the 
Crimea, in the Indian mutiny, and in 
the Oude campaign, surgeon-gen. at 
Aldershot 18 -74, at Netley from 1874, 
honorary physician to the Queen from 
1874. 

Eraser, maj.-gen. James Elphinstone : 
ex-lieut,-col. Bengal staff corps, served 
in the Punjab campaign 1849, and in 
the Indian mutiny 1857. 

Fraser, col. James', c.B. : ex-lieut.-col. 
72 ft., commissioner of police of the city 
of London (1800/.) from 1863. 

Old Jewry, E.G. ; 25 Upper Wim- 
pole Street, W. 

Fraier, maj.-gen. Simon, ii.M., s. of 
Simon Fraser, Ford, Edinburgh; b. 
1809 ; m. dr. of Lewis Fraser, capt. 15 
ft. : served in Syria, and in the Crimea, 
knight of the Medjidie, retired on fuU 
pay as col. second commandant. 

Overton, Avondale, Hamilton, La» 
nark. 

Fraier, col. sir William Augustus, 4 bart. 
(1806) b. 1826: m.a. Oxon., ex-capt. 
1 life guards, m.p. (c.) Barnstaple 18o2- 
63, 1857-59, Ludlow 1863-65, Kidder- 
minster from 1874, one of the Queen's 
body-guard in Scotland. 

Carlton. Whitens; Pilton House, 
Bat^taple; 88 St. James's Street, 
S.W. 

Fraier, lieut.-col. hon. Alexander Ed- 
ward, s. of 16 baron Lovat ; b. 1831 ; 
m. (jeorgina, dr. of George Heneage, 
of Hainton hall, Lincoln, m.p. ; served 
in the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, 



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dep.-lieut. of Invemess-ahire, ex-capt. 
Coldstream jniards. 

Guards' Brooks' : 66 Eaton Piacty 
Belgrave Square, S. W. ; Eilean Aiffos, 
Beauly, Invemess'shire, 

TrtLMeTj capt. hon. Alexander William 
Frederick, master of Saltoim, eld. s. of 
17 baron Saltoun ; b. 1851 : lieut. grena- 
dier guards. 

Iraaer, capt. hon. Arthur Hay David, 
8. of 17 baron Saltoun ; b. 1862 : lieut 
Scots fusilier guards. 

Fraaer, col. hon. DavidMcDowall,R.A., 
C.B., bro. of 17 baron Saltoun ; b. 1825; 
m. Manr, dr. of Edward Gonne Bell, 
Streamstown, Mayo: served in the 
Crimea, knight of the legion of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, commanded a bri- 
gade of royal horse artillery in Peshawur . 
Army and Navy. United Service ; 
The Grange, Castle Oonnell, Limerick. 

Fraier, lient.-col. hon. Henry Thomas, 
s. of 16 baron Lovat ; b. 1838 : capt 
Scots fusilier guards. 
Guards', Brooks'. 

Fraier, maj. hon. James Hay, bro. of 
17 baron Saltoim ; b. 1833 ; m. dr. (d.) 
of John Dundas, Edinburgh : for some 
time second in command of 10 Bengal 
cavalry (Hodson's horse) at Gonda. 
Bengal staff corps. 

Fraier, hon. Simon, master of Lovat, 
B. of 16 baron Lovat ; b. 1838 : m. Alice, 
dr. of T. Weld BlundelL of Lice Blun- 
dell, Lancashire : dep.-lieut. of Liver- 
ness, and vice-Ueut. from 1872, lieut.- 
col. commandant Livemess-shire militia 
from 1855. 

Fraaer, hon. Annie Mary, b. 1857 ; 

. hon. Alexandra Catherine, b. 1862, drs. 
of 17 baron Saltoun. 

Eraser, lady Blanche, dr. of 5 earl of 
Perth ; b. 1848 ; m. Frederick Macken- 
zie Eraser, b. 1831, dep.-lieut of 
Aberdeenshire. 

Travellers' ; Castle Fraser, Aberdeen^ 
shire ; Inverallochy, Fraserburgh. 

Iraaer, lady. Isabella, dr. of John 
Mackenzie, Kincndg; m. lieut-gen. 
sir Hugh Fraser, k.c.b. (rf.) 
Braelangwell, Cromarty. 

Prdderick, vice-adm. Charles, s. of col. 
Thomas Frederick, nephew of 4 hart. ; 
b. 1797: served in the west Lidies, a 
lord of the admiralty 1859-65. 

13 Victoria Street, Westminster, 
8.W. 



Frederick, sir Charles Edward, 7 hart. 
(1723), s. of gen. Edward Frederick, 
c.B. (s. of col. Charles Frederick, nephew 
of4bart.); b. 1841. ^ 

Burwood Souse, Esher, Surrey. 

Frederioton, 1 bp. of (1845). rt. rev. 
John Medley, d.d., s. of George Medley, 
Grosvenor Place. London ; m. dr. (d.) 
of John Bacon, Sidcliff, Sidmouth : m.a. 
Oxon.. vicar of St Thomas's, Exeter, 
1838-45, prebendary of Exeter 1842-45, 
bp. of Fredericton (1000/.) from 1846. 
Fredericton, New Brunswick. 

Freeling, col. sir Arthur Henry, r.e., 
5 hart. (1828) b. 1819; m. dr. of sir 
Henry Eivers, 9 bart. : col. on the staff 
of the western district from 1872. 
Army and Navy ; Levonport. 

Freeling, Sandford, o.m.o., bro. of sir 
Arthur Freeling, 5 bart. ; b. 1827 ; m. 
Frederica, dr. of James Pennington: 
ex-capt. royal artillery, military secre- 
tary at Gibraltar 1855-59, colonial 
secretary 1859-68, lieut.-gov. of .Do- 
minica 1868-71, of Grenada (1300/.) 
from 1871. 

Freeling, hon. mrs. i^iabel, dr. of 2 
baron Guillamore; b. 1843; m. Hugh 
Melvil Freeling (bro. of sir Arthur 
Freeling, 5 bart.), b. 1831 (m. 1. dr. of 
Melvil Wilson). ^ 

Freeman, lieut. -gen. William Robert 
Andrew, Madras mfantry. 

Freeman, archdeacon Philip: m.a, 
Cantab., canon of Exeter (1000/.), arch- 
deacon of Exeter from 1865, vicar from 
1858 of Thorverton, CoUumpton, Devon 
(510/.). 

Freer, lieut. -gen. John Harbridge, 
B.A. : retired on full pay as lieut-col. 

Freeee, major^gen. John Noble Arbuth- 
not, R.A., c.B. : served in China, and in 
the Crimea, knight of the Medjidie, re- 
tired on full pay as col. 

Freeftnn, lady. Josefa Benita; m. 1. 
Charles Pratt, Totton house, Hants ; 2. 
col. sir William Lockyer Freestun, col. 
on the staff of the Britii^ legion in 
l^>ain 1835-37, knight commander of 
the order of Charles m., assiBtant-ad- 
jutant-gen. in Syria 1840-42, m.p. Wey- 
mouth 1847-59; 3. James Considine, 
consul for the Balearic ishuids. 

The Belvedere, Weymouth, Dorset ; 22 
Gloucester Square, SydeFark Square. 

Freeth, major-gen. James Hol^ r.e.: 
retired on full pay as cqL> ^ 

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Preeth, major-gen. Sampson, R.E.: re- 
tired on mil pay as lieut-col. 

Preke, lient.-col. hon. Fenton John 
Evans-, bro. of 7 baron Carbery; b. 
1804 ; m. lady Katherine Felicia, dr. of 
2 earl of IJongford; ex-capt. 2 life 
guards. 
9 Zoumdes Square, W. 

Freke, hon. "William Charles Evans-, 
bro. of 7 baron Carberv ; b. 1806 ; m. 
1. dr. of 6 earl of Uarborough, and 
widow of sir T. Whichcote, 6 bart. ; 2. 
lady Victoria, dr. of 2 marq. of Exeter : 
a magistrate for Cork and for Rutland, 
high sheriff of Rutland in 1862, capt. 
Rutland militia 1861-70. 

Biahrooke Sally Uppingham, Rut- 
land, 

Preke, hon. Oeorgina Dorothea Evans-, 
dr. of 7 baron Carbery ; b. 1863. 

Preke, lady Katherine Felicia Evans- ; 
b. 1826 ; vide hon. Fenton John Evans- 
Freke. 

Preke, lady Victoria Evans- ; b. 1843 ; 
vide hon. William Charles Evans- 
Freke. > 

Premantle, capt. hon. Edmund Robert, 
K.N., O.B., C.M.O., s. of 1 baron Cot- 
tesloe; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of R. M. Isaacs, 
solicitor-gen. of New South "Wales : for- 
merly in command of the naval forces 
on tne Gold coast, capt "Doris" from 
1874. 

Premantle, hon. Charles William, s. of 
1 baron Cottesloe ; b. 1834 ; m. Sophia, 
dr. of Abel Smith, Woodhall Park, 
Herts: deputy-master of the mint 
Boyal Mint, E,C, 

Premantle, hon. Thomas Francis, eld. 
s. of 1 baron Cottesloe ; b. 1830 ; m. 
lady Augusta, dr. of 2 earl of Eldon : 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1855. 

Oxford and Canibridae, Travellert' ; 
22 Cfkeeham Place, Belarave Square; 
Swanboume, Wintlow, JSueks. 

Premantle, hon. and rev. William 
Henry, s. of 1 baron Cottesloe ; b. 1831 ; 
m. dr. of sir Gulling Eardley, 3 bart. : 
fellow of All Souls college 1864-63, 
M.A. Oxon., vicar of Lewlmor, Oxon., 
18'>7-66, chaplam to the bp. of London 

gPait) 1861-66, rector of St Mary's, 
ryanston Square, 1866 (760/.). 
2 Qhueeeter Flaee, Forinuin Square. 
Premantle, hon. Emily, b. ; hon. 



Louisa, b. , drs. of 1 baron Cot- 
tesloe. 

Premantle, lady Augusta ; b. 1836 ; 
vide hon. Thomas Fremantle. 

Premantle, lady. Isabella, dr. of 
David Lyon ; m. 1. James Wedderbum, 
Portland Place ; 2. admiral sir Charles 
Howe Fremantle, o.c.b. (<f.), bro. of 1 
baron Cottesloe. 
67 Oroevenor Street, W, 

Preme, lady Anna Maria, dr. of 3 earl 
of Mount-Cashel ; b. 1828; m. 1. 
Richard Paul Hase Jodrell (bro. of rev. 
sir E. Repps. Jodrell); 2. lieut-col. 
James Herbert Freme, b. 1831, ex- 
capt. 79 ft., one of the corps of gentle- 
men-at-arms from 1866, served in the 
Crimea, lieut.-col. 1 Salop rifle volun- 
teers fttnn 1867. 

Army and Navy ; Wrentnall ffouae, 
Shrewsbury, Salop; 17 Cork Street, 
Bond Street, W. 

French ; vide Fft^nch. 

Preneh, lieut.-gen. Henry John: served 
in the Peninsula with 86 ft., in the 
American war, and commanded the re- 
giment during the Canadian rebellion 
1837-38, col. 80 ft. from 1867. 
17 Belgrave Boad, Pimlico, S. IF. 

Preneh, hon. Charles, s. of 3 baron do 
Freyne ; b. 1861 : a magistrate for Ros- 
common: M.p. (h.r.) Roscommon frx)m 
1873. 
Stajfbrd; French Park, Boseommon. 

French, hon. John, s. of 8 baron de 
Freyne ; b. 1863. 

Preneh, hon. Richard, s. of 3 baron de 
Freyne ; b. 1867. 

Prenoh, hon. Robert, s. of 3 boron de 
Freyne ; b. 1868. 

Preneh, hon. William, s. of 3 baron 
de Freyne ; b. 1864. 

Preneh, hon. Mary, dr. of 3 baron de 
Freyne ; b. 1860. 

Prere, rt. hon. sir Henry Bartle, d.o.l., 
LL.D., K.C.B., O.C.8.I., P.C., uephew of 
rt. hon. John Hookham Frere ; b. 1816 ; 
m. dr. of sir George Arthur, 1 bart., 
governor of Bombay: chief commissioner 
m Scinde 1860-62, governor of Bombay 
1862-67, a member of the Indian council 
(1200/.) from 1866, vice-president of 
the Toyal geogranhical society. 

Athenaum; 22 JhHnee^s Oardene^ 
South Kentington; Wreail lodge, 
Wimbledon. ^ , 

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Freihfleld, Charles Kaye, s. of James 
William Freahfield, ¥.u,a,y m.p., high 
sheriff of Surrey in 1862 ; b. 1812 ; m. 
dr. (d.) of eapt. Daniel Stephenson, an 
elder brother of the Trinity house: 
dep.-lieut. of London, for many years 
solicitor to the bank of England as a 
p^urtner in Freshfields and co.. m.p. (c.) 
Dorer 1866-68, and from 1874. 

Carlton^ Unton; Upper Gatton Fark, 
SedhiU, Surrey, 

Frome, lieut.-gen. Edward, r.b.: coL 
on the staff at Gibraltar 1862-66, director 
of works at the war oflSoe 1868-69, lieat.- 
gov. of Guernsey 1869-74. 

Propior, sir Gabriel Pierre Jules: mem- 
b^ of the legislative coimcil of Mau- 
ritius. 

Froat, sir Thomas Gibbons, s. of 
Frands Aylmer FrostChester; b. 1830; 
m. dr. of Henry Wood, Liverpool: 
mayor of Chester 1868-69. 

Jtedclify Chester; DollcorsUwyn 
Hall^ Gommaea, M<mtgotnery. 

Fnlford, vice-adm. John, bro. of late bp. 
Fulford, of Montreal; b. 1806; m. 
Isabella, dr. of John Russell, principal 
clerk of session in Scotland : servea in 
Syria, and at the Cape. 
Fuiford Souse, Ihmsfard, Exeter, 

FnUarton, lady Geoiyina, dr. of 1 
earl Granville; b. 1812; m. major 
Alexander George FuUerton, ex-capt. 
royal horse guards, formerly attache at 
Paris: she is a celebrated authoress. 



27 Chapel Street, Fark Zone; Bal- 
lintoy, Antrim; Slindon Cottage, 
Arundel, Sussex. 

Fuller, lady Victoria Alexandrina, dr. 

of 2 earl of Straffbrd; b. 1842; m. 

Arthur Clarges Loraine Fuller, b. 1847. 

16 Forttnan Street, Fortman Square: 

The Bookery, Dorkina. 

Fnrber, rear-adm. Thoma^ s. of W. 
Furber, solicitor, Market Drayton; b. 
1786 ; m. 1. dr. of John Dax, master of 
the exchequer of pleas ; 2. dr. of John 
Clavering Scott, Stratford Place, Lon- 
don: served in South America, and at 
Copenhagen. 

Fyen, col. William Augustus, c.b.: 
served in Affghamstan with 40 ft., in 
the Crimea, and in the Indian mutiny, 
knight of the legion of honour, and of 
the Medjidie, ex-lieut.-col. rifle bri- 
gade. 
42 Green Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Fytohe, m^or-^. Albert, c.s.i., bro. 
of John Lewis Ffytche, Thorpe hall, 
Louth, Lincohi; b. 1818; m. Minnie, 
dr. of N. Lambert, Denham oourt, 
Bucks, M.P.: served in the Punjab cam- 
paign 1848, and generally distinguished 
himself in British Burmah, ex-chief 
commissioner of British Burmah. 

£eform. Junior United Service: 
Thotpe Hall, Elkinoton, Louth; Mis- 
Ins, Derby; Killoskehane Castle^ 
Tmplenwre, Tipperary ; Fyrgo Fark, 
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CNtbbett, iniyor-gen. William : formerly 
in the Macu-as army. 

CNtbriel, sir Thomas, 1 bart. (1867) b. 
1811 ; m. dr. of Charles Pearson, solicitor 
to the city of London; alderman of 
VintiT from 1857, sheriff of London and 
Middlesex in 1869, dep.-lieut. of London, 
lord mayor of London in 1867, knight of 
the Medjidie. 
Edgeewnbe HaUf Wimbledon^ Surrey. 

Gag0, 4 yisc. (1720). Henry Hall Gage ; 
b. 1791 ; m. dr. {d.\ of hon. Edward 
Foley ; sits as baron Gage (1790) : m.a. 
Cantab. 

AthefUBwny Union; Firle Plaeey 
Zewesy Sustex; Westburv SouMj 
PetersJMd, ffantt ; 4 Whitehall Yard, 
8.W. 

Gage, hon. Heniy Edward Hall, eld. s. 
of 4 yisc. Gage ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of sir 
Charles Knightly, bart. : ez-Iieut. rifle 
brigade, dep.-lieut. of Sussex, lieut.- 
col. commandant Sussex militia from 
1864, Ueut.-col. cinque port rifle Yolun- 
teers frt>m 1861. 
4 Whitehall Yard, S. W, 

Gage, col. hon. Edward Thomas, ILA., 
C.B., B. of 4 vise. Gage ; b. 1826 ; m. 
1. dr. of hon. William Gage ; 2. dr. of 
James and lady Caroline Maxse : senred 
in the Crimea as brigade-major^ of 
royal artillery, knight of the Me gjid ie. 
Efftngham MalL Dor kino; 4 White' 
haUYardyS.W, 

Gage, hon. Elizabeth Maria, dr. of 4 
rise. Gage. 

Gage, lady Mary Elizabeth, dr. of 5 
marq. of Queensberry ; b. 1807 ; m. rey. 
Thomas Wentworth Gage (rf.) nephew 
of 3 yisc. Gage. 
Hampton Court Bead, 8. W. 

Gage, dow.-lady. Adelaide, dr. of 
Henry Drummond, Albury Park, Sur- 
rey, M.P.; m. sir Thomas Bokewood 
Gage, 8 bart. 

Gage, dow.-lady. Henrietta Maiy, dr. 
of rey. lord Frederick Beanclerk; b. 



1818 ; m. ool. sir Edward Gage, 9 bart 
(extinct). 

Henarave Hall, Bury St, Edmunde^ 
Suffolk; 4 Seymour Street, Fortman. 
Square, 

Gainiberough, 2 earl of (1841). Charles 
George Noel ; b. 1818 ; m. di. (d.) of 
16 earl of Enroll ; 2nd tit. yisc. Camp* 
den:'M.p. (l.) Rutland 1840-41, dep.- 
lieut. of Rutland, and high sheriff in 
1848, and lord-lieut. from 1867, capU 
Leicestershire yeomanry from 18o0, 
major 1 Gloucestershire rifle yolunteers 
18&-71. 

Carlton, Travellers*, Stafford; Exton 
Park, Oakham, Rutland; Campdm 
House, Gloucestershire; 9 Cavendish 
Square, 

Gainiboroiighydow. -countess of. Fran- 
ces Joceljm, dr. of 3 earl of Boden : b. 
1814 ; m., as his fourth wife, 1 earl of 
Gainsborough: a lady of the bedchamber 
to the Queen 1860-73, an extra lady of 
the bedchamber from 1873. 

WHyde Park Souare, W,; Warlies, 
Walt ham Abbey, Herts. 

Gairdner, Gordon, c.m.o. : formerly 
chief clerk in the colonial office and re- 
gister of the order of St. Michael and 
St. George. 

Gaiiford, lady Alice May, dr. of 7 
maro. of Lothian ; b. 1836 ; m. Thomas 
Gaiffiord (s. of very rev. Thomas Gais- 
ford. D.D., dean of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford), b. 1816, ex-capt. 79 ft., dep.- 
lieut. of Essex, major commanding 1 
Sussex rifle volunteers frtmi 1862. 

Travellers* ; Offington, Worthina, 
Sussex ; 12 Bruton Street, Berkeley 8q. 

Gaitakell, major-gen. Frederick, r.a., 
C.B.; m. dr. of major John Hamilton, 
and widow of Alexander Reid : retired 
on full pay as col. royal Bengal artillery. 

Gall, col. Kichard Herbert, c.B. : ex- 
major 14 hussars, served in the Punjab 
campaign and in the Indian mutiny, 
aide-de-camp to the Queen, assistant- 
quartermaster-pen. of the eastern dis- 
trict 1872-74, heut.-govemor of ChelBea 
hospital frx)m 1874. 

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Galloway, 10 earl of (1623). Alan 
Plantagenet Stewart; b. 1835; m. dr. 
of 2 marq. of SalUbiiry, and stepdr. of 
15 earl oi Derby ; sits as baron Stewart 
(1796) ; 2nd tit. lord Garliea : ex-capt. 
loyal horse guards, m.p. (c.) Wigton- 
shire 1868-73, lieut.-ool. commandant 
loyal A3rr8hire militia from 1873. 

Carlton^ United Service; Galloway 
Souse, Wigton; Cumloden, Newton 
Stewart, Kirkcudbright; 17 Upper 
Crroevmor Street, W, 

Oallowaj, Heut.-gen. Thomas James : 
served in Jamaica 1831-32, commanded 
Peshawur brigade in the Indian mutiny, 
commanded the colonial forces in Auck- 
land 1863-66, col. 49 ft. 1871-74, of 
70 It from 1874. 

Galloway, dow. -countess of. Harriet, 
da. of 6 duke of Beaufort; b. 1811 ; m. 
9 earl of Galloway, lord-lieut. of Wigton- 
shire, and of Kirkcudbri^t. 
86 Eaton Square, S. W, 

Oallwoy, sir William Payne, 2 bart. 
(1812) b. 1805 ; m. dr. of sir Robert 
Frankland Russell, 7 bart. : ex-major 88 
ft., dep.-lieut. of north riding of York- 
shire, M.p. (c.) Thirsk from 1851. 

Traveller f^; Thirklebtj Park, Think, 
Yorkshire, 

Oalt, sir Alexander Tillock, k.c.m.o., 
B. of John Gait, the well-known noyelist ; 
b. 1817; m. 1. dr. of John Torrance, 
Montr^ ; 2. Amy, another dr. of John 
Torrance: chief commissioner of the 
British-American land company 1843-55, 
president of the Atlantic and St. Law- 
rence railway company 1851-53. finance 
minister of Canada 1858-62, 1864-66, 
and in 1867, a member of the confedera- 
tion conference in London 1866. 

Reform ; Jtockmotmt, Sherborne, 
Montreal, 

Chdton, capt. Douglas, F.B.S., o.b., 
s. of J. H. Galton, Hadzor House, 
Worcester; b. 1823; m. dr. of late G. 
Nicholson, Waverley Abbey, Surrey : 
ex-capt. royal engineers, inspector of 
railways and secretary to the railway 
department 1847-60, assistant-under- 
secretary for war 1862-69, director of 
works and public buildings (1500/.) 
from 1869. 

12 Whitehall Flaee, S,W, ; 12 
Chester Street, Belgrade Square, S, W. 

§Galway, 6 yisc. (1727). George Edward 
Arundell Monckton ; b. 1805 ; m. cousin, 
sister of 1 baron Houghton : m.a. Oxon., 



a lord in waiting to the Queen in 1852, 
M.p. (c.) east Retford from 1847. 

Broohf , Boodle' t. Travellers*; Serlby 
EalLBawtry^otU ; 6 Clifford Street, 
Bond Street, W, 

Galway, major-gen. Michael, c.B., 
nephew of adm. Galway, Lota, Cork; 
b. 1818: served in Burmah 1852, in 
the Lidian mutiny, and in the Oude 
campaign. Madras infiuitry. Osborne 
Mouse,Seapoint,Monkstown, Dublin, 

Gkunbier, sir Edward John, nephew of 
1 baron Gambler; b. 1794 ; n\. TgrniHa^ 
dr. of C. MoigeU, m.p.: m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Lm 1822, 
recorder of Prince of Wales' Island 
1830-36, puisne judge at Madras 1836-42, 
chief justice 1842-49. 

University; 22 Syde Park Oate, 
Kensington Oore, S. Jr. 

Oambier, adm. Geoi^ 0)imsh, s, 6f 
Samuel Gambler, commissioner of the 
navy, and nephew of 1 baron Gambler ; 
b. 1796: served on the Mediterranean 
and East Indian stations. 
Great Berkharnpstead, 

Gkunbier, rear-adm. Robert Fitzgerald,. 
8. of sir James Grambier, consul-general 
at Lisbon, and cousin of sir Edward 
John Gambler; b. 1803 ;m. Hester, dr. 
of Thomas Butler, Berry Lodge, Hamble- 
don, Hants: served at the battle of 
Navarino, and on the Cape of Good 
Hope station. 

Gkunole, col. Dominic Jacotin, c.B. : 
served in the Crimea, dep.-quarter- 
master-gen. in New Zealand 1861-66, 
governor of the viceroy of Egypt's son 
m England 1868-69, knight of the 
Egyptian order of the Me4)idiah, 
assistant-quartermaster-gen. at Alder- 
shot 1869-74, lieut..coL h.p. 4 ft. 

Gapo, yice-adm. Joseph, s. of rev. J, 
Gape, St. Alban's, Herts; b. 1791: 
served at the battles of Tra&lgar, Corte- 
lazzo, and Grao, inspecting oommandec 
of the coastguard 1837-41. 

Oarbett, archd. James : m.a. Oxon., 
prebendary of Chichester, archdeacon of 
Chichester from 1851, rector frx)m 1835 
of Clayton-cum-Keynter {dO0l,),ffurst' 
pierpoint, Sussex, 

Gardiner, lad^. Caroline Mary, dr. of 
lieut.-gen. sir John MacLeod, by dr. of 
4 marq. of Lothian ; m. gen. sir Robert 
William Gardiner, b.a., o.c.b, (rf.), 
governor of Gibraltar 1848-55. 
Melbourne Lodge, Claremont, Surrey^ 

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Gardner, 3 baron (1800). Alan Legge 
Gardner ; b. 1810 ; m. 1. dr. of 1 baron 
Binorben ; 2. dr. of Edward Fortescue : 
lord of the bedchamber to William IV. 
1832-37, lord in waiting to the Queen 
1837-41. 

Whitens; Court Gardeti, MarhiCy 
Bucks; Whewell Friory, Andover, 
ffants; 46 Dover Street, PiecadiUi/yJF. 

Churdxier, rear-adm. Alan Harry, c.b., 
B. of gen. hon. WilliAm H. Gardner ; 
b. 1817 ; m. dr. of J. Payne Elwes, 
Stoke College, Essex. 

0vdner, James Tynte Affg-, s. of 
James Agg Gardner. Hadl^ House, 
Cheltenham; b. 1846: m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1873, M.p. (c.) Cheltenham from 1874. 
Junior Carlton; Avondale House, 
Cheltenham. 

0grdner, col. Robert Richardson-, s. 
of John Richardson, Swansea ; b. 1827 ; 
m. dr. and heir of Henry Gardner, "West- 
bourne Terrace, London : called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1853, deputy- 
lieut. of the Tower Hamlets, fellow of 
the society of antiquaries, ex-capt. com- 
mandant Hampshure rifle volunteers, 
hon. col. north-east London rifle volun- 
teers 1862-72, M.p. (c.) Windsor from 
1874. 

Carlton ; BureoL Leighton Bmzard, 
Beds ; 46 Sussex Gardens, Kyde Park, 
W. ; Cowley Manor, Gloucestershire. 

Oardner, major-gen. William Bethel, 
R.A., s. of gen. hon. William Henir 
Gardner ; b. 1816 ; m. Eli*a, dr. of ool. 
sir Alexander Anderson, c.b.: retired 
on full pay as col. 

Cktrdner, hon. Florence Coulstoun, b. 
1850; hon. Evelyn Coulstoun, b. 1853, 
drs. of 3 baron Gardner. 

Chitrioeh, baron (eld. s. of earl of Mar). 
John Francis Hamilton Sinclair Goodeve 
Erskine; b. 1868. 

CkurUes, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Gallo- 
way). 

Cktmier, John Carpenter, s. of John 
Carpenter, Mount Tavy, by dr. of rev. 
WiUiam and lady Harriet Gamier; b. 
1839 ; m. hon. Mary Louisa, dr. of 18 
baron Clinton: m.a. Oxon., a magis- 
trate for Hants and for Devon, dep.- 
lieut of Devon, m.p. (c.) south Devon 
1872. 

Carlton, St. James's ; Mount Tavy, 
Tavistock, Devon; Rookesbury Park, 
Wiekham, Hants. 



Gamier, hon. mrs. Hemietta Maria, 
dr. of 4 baron Walsingham ; b. 1809 ; 
m. BroiMilow North Gamier {d.), a. of 
rev. W. Gamier, by dr. of 6 earl of 
Guildford. 

38 Glottcester Place, Portman Square. 
IF. 

Gamier, hon. mrs. Louisa, dr. of 5 
baron Vemon ; b. 1838 ; m. rev. Thomas 
Parry Gramier (s. of very rev. Thomas 
Gamier, dean of Lincoln), m.a. Oxon., 
vicar of South Hincksey 1868-73, chap- 
lain to the bp. of London, rector from 
1874 of Cranworth (420/.), Thetford. 

Gamier, hon. mrs. Mary Ix)ui8a, dr. 
of 18 baron Clinton ; b. 1836 ; t^id^ John 
Carpenter Gramier. 

Gamier, lady Caroline Elizabeth, dr. 
of 4 earl of Albemarle ; b. 1814 ; m. 
very rev. Tliomas Gamier, d.c.l. (rf.), 
dean of Lincoln, s. of dean Gamier of 
Winchester. 

fGarragh, 8 baron (1818). Charles 
John Spencer Canning ; b. 1852 : b.a. 
Oxon. 

Canningstoion House, Cavan ; Gar^ 
vagh House, IJondondcrry. 

Oarvagh, dow. -baroness. Cecilia Susan, 
dr. of John Ruggles Brise, of Spains 
Hall, Essex ; m. 2 baron Garvagh. 

51 St. Georgi^s Square, Belgrave 
Mood, S. W. 

Oarvagh, dow. -baroness. Charlotte 
Isabella, dr. of Henry Bonham, Titness 
Park, Berks, m.p. ;Iin. 1 baron Garvagh, 
cousin of rt. hon. George Canning. 

31 Pbrtman Square, W. ; Garvagh 
House, Londonderry. 

Oanrock, niajor-gen. sir John, k.o.b., 
s. of major Garvock, assistant-adjutant- 
general ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of col. George 
Cla\'ton, Scots fusilier guards, Stone 
Hall, Surrey : served in the Sutlej cam- 
paign, assistant -quartermaster -general 
m Africa 1850-52, commanded the Pesh- 
awiur division 1862-67, commanded the 
northem district in England 1867-71, 
col. 89 ft. 1870-74, of 10 ft. from 1874. 
United Service, Army and Navy. 

Oafcoigne, general Ernest Frederick : 
served in the Peninsula, and in the 
American war at the capture of Wash- 
ington, col. 69 ft. from 1858. 

14 Lowndes Square, Belgrate Square, 
8.W. 

Oaacoigne, lieut. -gen. John Hawkins, 
R.M., C.B., 8. of lieut. J. Gaaooigue,R.M.; 



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b. 1811; m. Louisa (rf.), dr. of Col."WU- 
liam Moulden Burton, royal marines: 
served in the Baltic 1864, commanded 
the troo^ at Shanghae in 1860. 
Ivybrtd^e^ Devott. 

Chwcoyne, general Charles ; b. 1800 : 
col. 72 ft. from 1870. 
4 ChesUrJUld Street^ Mai/fair, W, 

OMry, sir William Richard Powlett, 3 
hart. (1782) b. 1810; m. dr. (rf.) of 
hon. Cnarles Andrew Bruce : dep.-lieut. 
of Kent, M.p. west Kent 1836-38. 
Oxon Sothy Tonbridffe, Xent. 

CMdei, col. William, b.a., c.b. ; m. 
dr. (rf.) of Edward d'Oyly, Thirsk: 
terveid m the Nepaul campaign 1815-16. 
Pindaree campaign 1817-18, commanded 
the royal artillery under sir Charles 
Napier in the Belooch campaign 1846, 
lenred in the Sutlej campai^ 1846-46, 
raised and commanded for six years the 
Edinburgh artillery militia, dep.-lieut. 
of Edinburgh and of Midlothian. 

Caledonian (EdinburghJ ; 62 George 
Square, Edinhurgh. 

Oell, bp. ; vide Madras. 

CNK>rge, lient.-gen. Frederick Darley, 
C.B. ; m. dx, of J. Farlem, Blackheath : 
seryed in the Scinde camimign 1842-43, 
in the Mahratta campaign 1844-46, and 
commanded the field brigade at Kola- 
pore. 

Oerard, col. sir Robert Tolver, 13 bart. 
(1611) b. 1808; m. dr. of Edward 
Clifton, Dorset Square, London: edu- 
cated at Oscot Roman Catholic college, 
ex-capt. 6 drains, dep.-lieut. of Lan- 
cashire, and high sheriff in 1869, lieut.- 
col. Lancashire hussar yeomanry from 
1866, and yeomanry aide-de-camp to the 
^leen firom 1866. 

St, James* 8y Stafford; Garstcoody 
Warrington, Lancashire ; 36 Groevenor 
Square, W. 

ftorrii, sir George Eliott Meyrick 
TapwB, 3 bart. (1791) b. 1827 ; m. dr. 
of Christopher Harland, AJshboume, 
Derby : dep.-lieut. of Hants. 

Cofuervatvee : Hinton Admiral, 
Ckrietchureh, Manie, 

etthin, sir Richard, 7 bart. (1665) b. 
1823 ; m. dr. of George Weller Foley, 
Boxted Hall, Suffolk (from whom he is 
divorced^ : ex-lieut. 1 dragoon guards, 
and 83 it., held the mnk of cnptnin in 



the Turkish contingent during the Cri- 
mean war. 

The MaU, Sligo ; Thombury, Ryde^ 
IsU of Wight, 

(Hbb, sir George Duncan, ll.d., k.d., 
bart. 0634) b. 1822 ; m. dr. (rf.) of Wil- 
liam Kumley, Kildare: ll.d. Quebec, 
M.D. Montreal 1846, L.&.C.8.I. 1848, 
formerly physician to the west London 
hospital, assistant-phjrsician to tiie West- 
minster hospital 1^-74, physician from 

. 1874. 

1 Bryaneton Square, W, ; Falkland 
Lodge, Ladybank, Fife, 

0ibbe8, sir Samuel Osborne, 2 bart. 

il774) b. 1803; m. 1. dr. of Henry 
Ibore, Cremorgan, Queen's county, and 
niece of 1 earl of Clonmell; 2. dr. of 
Richard Penny, Dorset : member of the 
legislatiye council of New Zealand. 
Carlton ; Auckland, New Zealand, 

(Hbbes, ladv. Marianne, dr. of capt. 
Thomas Chapman, 23 ft., and nieoe of 
Charles Chapman, Bei^|:al ciyil service ; 
m. sir G^eorge Smith Gibbes, m.d. {d,) 
physician to queen Charlotte. 

(Hbbon, coL James Robert, R.A., c.b. : 
served in the Oimea, and in Ind^a. 

Gibboni, sir John, 5 bart. (1752) b. 
1826 : M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Mid- 
dlesex, ex-maj. west Middlesex militia. 
University, Coftservative ; Stanwell 
Place, Staines, Middlesex, 

Oibbonf, alderman sir Sills John, 1 
bart. (1872) b. 1809; m. dr. of William 
Crookes, Montagu Place, Russell Square, 
London: dep.-ueut. of London, alder- 
man of Castle Baynard ward from 1862, 
sheriff of London in 1866, lord mayor in 
1872, a hop merchant in the Borough. 

17 Southwark Street, S.E, ; Sitting- 
bourne, Kent, 

Oibbs, Frederick Waymonth, c.b., s. of 
S. N. Glbbs; b. 1821; m.a. Cantab., 
called to the bar 1848, tutor to the 
duke of Edinburgh 1862-66. 

2 Hareourt Builditigs, Temple, E.C; 
24 Mount Street, Gi'osvettor Square^ W, 

Oibney, lady. Elizabeth, dr. of Skeffing- 
ton Thompson, Rathnally House, Meath; 
m. sir Jonn Gibney, m.d. (^.), physi- 
cian to the Sussex county ho^itaU 
Br^hton. 
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Cttbraltar, 4 bp. of (1842). it. rev. 
Charles WaldegraTe Sandford, d.d., s. 
of archd. Sandford of Coventry ; b. 1828 : 
K.A. Ozon.^ select preacher at Oxford 
univergity in 1868, rector of Bishops- 
bourne, !kent, 1870-73, hon. canon of 
Canterbury from 1871, bp. of Gibraltar 
(1200/.) from 1873. 

Gibion, rt. hon. Thomas Milner-, p.c. ; 
b. 1807 ; m. dr. of rev. sir Thomas Gery 
Cullum, 8 bart. (ext.) : m.a. Cantab., 
▼ice-president of the board of trade 
1846-48, president of the board of trade 
1869-66, M.p. (L.) Ipswich 1837-39, 
Manche8terl841-d7,A8hton-imder-Lyne 
1867-68. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Th$berton 
HoHse^ Saxmundhatn, Suffolk. 

Oibfon, William Charles, o.m.o. : colo- 
nial secretary at Ceylon 1860-69. 

Oibione, lient.-gen. John Charles Hope, 
s. of maj. -gen. David Anderson Gibsone; 
b. 1810 ; m. dr. of Hugh Saye Bringloe, 
Edinburgh: served in the Kaffir war 
1846-47, dep.-Iieut. of Edinburgh, com- 
mandant cavalry depots at Canterbury 
1864-62, col. 8 hussars from 1868. 
UnitedServiee; Fentlandy Edinburgh. 

€Hifiurd, vice-adm. George, cb., s. of sir 
Andrew Hardinge Gifi&d, chief justice 
of Cevlon ; b. 1816 ; m. Magdalen, dr. 
of BoDert Mushet, ro^al mint : served 
in south America. Syria, the Baltic, and 
the Crimea, knignt of the Medjidie. 
The Cedars, Sunburg, Middiesex, 

Giifiurdflady. Maria, dr. of Charles PU- 
grim, Kingsfield, Southampton ; m. rt. 
hon. sir George Markham Gifiiird {d.)y 
judge of the court of appeal in chancery. 
4 Prince's Oardena, Prince** Oate, 
South Kensington. 

Gilford, earl of (eld. s. of marq. of 
Tweeddale) ; vide vise. Walden. 

Gifford, 8 baron (1824). Eric Frederick 
Gifford, v.c. ; b. 1861 : capt. h.p. 24 ft., 
commanded the scouts in the Aahantee 
expedition 1874. 

Junior Conservative, Army and 
Napg; Binton Mall, Hereford; Amp- 
ney Park, Cirencester. 

Oiflbrd, lord. Adam Gifford, s. of James 
Giflfoixl, merchant, Edinburgh ; b. 1820 ; 
m. dr. {d.) of James Scott, Pottbum: 
oalled to the Scotch bar 1849, advocate- 
depute 1861-66, sheriff of Orkney and 
Shetland 1866-70, judge of the court of 
from 1870 (8000/.), one of the 



curators of the university of Edinburgh 
from 1870. 

Oranton, near Edinburgh, 

Gilford, hon. Edgar Berkeley, s. of 2 
baron Gifford ; b. 1867 : ex-heut. royal 
south Gloucestershire militia. 

Gifford, hon. Edward Robert, B.N., 8. 
of 2 baron Gifford ; b. 1863. 

Gifford, hon. Elton Vivian, s. of 2 
baron Gifford ; b. 1861. 

Gifford, hon. and rev. George Robert, 
s. of 1 baron Gifford; b. 1826; m. 
dr. {d.) of Thomas Norbury: m.a. 
Cantab., rector of Middleton 1866-67, 
from 1867 of Rockfuford, Morehard 
Bishop, Devon (361/.). 

Gifford, hon. and rev. John, s. of 1 
baron Gifford ; b. 1821 ; m. cousin, dr. of 
Edward Simcoe Drewe. Grange, Honi- 
ton: M.A. Cantab., cnaplain to lord 
chancellor Lyndhurst, A-icar of Shelford 
1846-66, rector from 1862 of SiddingUm^ 
Cirencester, Gloucester (440/.). 

Gifford, hon. Maurice Raymond, 8. of 
2 baron Gifford; b. 1869. 

Gifford, hon. Elspeth Fitzhardinge, Ik 
1866; hon. Edith Charlotte, b. 1863, 
drs. of 2 baron Gifford. 

Gifford, dow. -baroness. Frederica CJhar- 
lotte, dr. of 1 baron Fitzhardinge; b. 
1826 ; m. 2 baron Gifford. 

Gilbert, sir John, a.r.a. ; b. 1817 : 
president of the society of painters in 
water colours from 1871, honorary presi- 
dent of the Liverpool society of water- 
colour painters, honorary member of the 
Belgian societyof artists. 

Oarrick ; Vanbrugh Park, Blacks 
heath, Kent. 

Gilbert, hon. mrs. Ann Dorothea, dr. 
of 1 baron Carew; b. 1822; m. John 
Davies Gilbert (rf.),of Trelissick, Truro, 
Cornwall. 

Trelissick, Truro ; Kastboume, Sut' 
sex. 

Gilford, baron (eld. s. of earl Clanwil- 
liam). Richard James Meade ; b. 1837 ; 
m. dr. of sir Arthur Kennedy, c.b^ ^ 
vemor of Hong-Kong : served in China 
1867, a capt. roytH navy, aide-de-camp 
to the Queen from 1872, a junior lord of 
the adndralty from 1874. 

Gillespie, maj.-gen. Heniy James, b.m. t 
senred at Rosas 1808, and in the China 
expedition, retired on full pay as lieut.* 
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Gilpin, col. Richard Thomas, s. of 
Eichard Gilpin, lieut.-col. Bedfordshire 
militia; b. 1801; m. dr. (d.) of gen. 
Gore Browne, We\Tnouth : m.a. Cantab., 
ex-Iieat.-col. rine brigade, dep.-lieut. 
of Beds, and of Bucks, col. Beds militia 
from 1848, M.p. (c.) Beds from 1851. 

Carltan. United Service; Hockliffe 
Grange, Leighton Buzzard. 

Oladitone, rt. hon. WiUiam Ewart, 
D.C.L., LL.D.. P.O., 8. of tox Thomas 
Gladstone, 1 bart. ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. of 
sir Stephen Glvnne, 8 bart. : m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-heut. of Flint, a lord of the trea- 
sury in 1834, under-secretary for the 
colonies in 1835, vice-president of the 
board of trade 1841-43, president of the 
board of trade 1843-45, secretary of state 
for the colonies 1845-46, chancellor of 
^ . the exchequer 1852-55, 1859-66, prime 
minister 1868-74, chancellor of the ex- 
chequer 1873-74, lord rector of Edin- 
burgh university 1859-65, governor of 
the charter-house, a life governor of 
king's college, London, m.p. Newark 
1832-45^ Oxford university 1847-65, 
south Lancashire 1865-68. Greenwich 
from 1868. Reform. United University; 
11 CarUon House Terrace, S. W, ; Ha- 
warden Casth, Chester, 

Gladstone, sir Thomas, d.c.l., 2 bart. 
(1846), bro. of rt. hon. W. E. Gladstone ; 
b. 1804; m. dr. of Bobert Fellowes, 
Shottesham Park, Norfolk : m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-Ueut. of Kincardineshire, m.p. (c.) 
Queenborough in 1830, PortarHngton 
1832-35, Leicester 1836-37, Ipswich in 
1842, ex-lieut. commanding Kmcardine- 
shire rifle volunteers. 

Carlton, TrareHers' ; Fasque, Lau- 
rencekirk, Kincardittc ; Glendye Lodge, 
Banchory. 

Gladstone, "William Henry, s. of rt. 
hon. W. E. Gladstone ; b. 1840 : m.a. 
Oxon., ex-lieut. 2 Flintshire rifle volun- 
teers, dep.-lieut. of Flintshire, a lord of 
the treasmy 1869-74, m.p. (l.) Chester 
1865-68, Whitbj; from 1868. 

New University ; 11 Carlton House 
Terrace; Hauarden Castle, Chester, 
Glands, Won (eld. s. of earl of Strath- 
more). Claude George Lyon-Bowes; b. 
1855 : lieut. Forfar and Kmcardine artil- 
lery mjlitia from 1874. 
Glamis, dow. -baroness. Charlotte, dr. 
of Joseph Valentine Grimstead ; m. lord 
Glamis {d.), father of 12 and 13 earls of 
Strathmore. 



Glandine, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Nor- 
bury). 

Glascrow, bp. of. rt. rev. William Scott 
Wilson, LL.D., D.D. : M.A. King's col- 
lege, Aberdeen, dean of Glasgow and 
Galloway 1845-59, bp. of Glasgow and 
Galloway from 1859. 
-4yr. 

Glasgow, 6 earl of (1708). George Fre- 
derick Boyle; b. 1825; m. dr. of 2 
baron Abercromby: sits as baron Ross 
(1815) ; 2nd tit. vise. Kelbume : b.a. 
Oxon., M.p. (c.^ Bute in 1865, dep.-lieut. 
of Bute and oi Ayrshire, ex-lieut. Ayr- 
shire yeomanry. 

Carlton; Kelbume Hottse, Largs, 
Ayrshire ; Hatckhead, Bet\frew ; 
Crawford Priory, Fife; Oarrison, 
Cumorae, Bute ; 11 Hereford Gardens, 
Fark Lane, W. 

Glasgow, dow. -countess of. Georrina, 
dr. of Edward Haj MacKenzie, of iJew 
Hall and Cromartie ; m. 5 earl of Glas- 
gow, lord-lieut. of Renfi^wshire. 

Glass, lady. Anne, dr. of Thomas Can- 
nmg, Marlborough, Wilts ; m. sir 
Richard Attwood Glass, m.p. (d.). 
Moorlands, Bitterne, Southampton, 

Glasse, vice-adm. Frederick Henry 
Hastings, C.B., s. of rev. George Henry 
Glasse, Hanwell, Middlesex; b. 1806; 
m. dr. of Henry Richard Rowe, Gnaton 
Hall, Devon : served on the African and 
East India stations. Flymstock. 

Gleiehen, capt. count Victor Ferdinand 
Francis, b.n., s. of prince of Leiningen, 
G.C.B., by dr. of duke of Kent, and 
nephew of Queen Victoria ; b. 1837 ; m. 
lady Laura, dr. of 5 marq. of Hertford : 
governor and constable of Windsor 
Castle, knight of the Medjidie. 
Engine Court,St.Jamesl'sFalace,8, W. 

Glenorehy, lord (eld. s. ofearlof Bread- 
albane). 

Glentworth, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Limerick). William Henry Edmund de 
Vere Sheaflb Pery ; b. 1863. 

Glentworth, dow. -viscountess. Eve 
Maria, dr. of Henry Villebois. Marham 
House, Norfolk ; m. 1. vise. Glentworth 
(elder bro. of 2 earl of Limerick) ; 2. col. 
Hugh Smith Baillie (s. of col. Hugh 
Duncan Baillie), b. 1822, ex-lieut.-col. 
royal horse guards. 

House Hill, Nairn; Redeastle^ KU- 
leaman. Boss, 
Glerawlej, vise. (eld. s. of earl of An- 
nesley). 

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Oloag, hon. mrs. Elizabeth Geoi^a, 
dr. of 3 vise. Lake (ext.) ; b. 1821 ; m. 
John Austin Gloag. 
GloucMtep, 31 bp. of (1541), and 47 bp. 
of Bristol (1642). rt. rev. Charles John 
Ellicott, D.D., 8. of rev. C. EUicott, 
WhitweU, Stamford ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of 
capt. Alexander Becher^ royal navy: 
M.A. Cantab., rector of Pilton, Rutland, 
1841-68, Hulsean lecturer in 1869, dean 
of Exeter 1861-62, bp. of Gloucester 
(5000/.) from 1862. 

Athenaum; Falacej Oiov fester; 36 
Ch'eat Cumberland Street ^ W, 
Gloueester, dean of (10001.) ; vide H. 

Law. 
Gloucester, archd. of (300/.) ; vide sir G. 

Prevost. 
Olover, capt. sir John Hawley, b.n., 
O.C.M.G., s. of rev. John Glover, chap- 
lain at Cologne: served in the Baltic 
1854, served on the Niger expedition 
1857-61, adminiBtrator of Lagos 1843-64, 
1866-73, colonial secretaiy at Lagos 
1864-66, special commissioner to the 
friendly tnbes on the Gold Coast in 
1873. leader of the Volta expedition in 
the Ashantee campaign of 18/4. 
Army and Navy; 29 Bury St., S. W. 
Olyn, rev. air Geom Lewen, 4 bart. 
(1759), grandson of sir Richard Glyn, 
LL.D., M.P., 1 bart., lord mayor of Lon- 
don in 1768 ; b. 1804 ; m. 1. dr. of Jo- 
siah Birch, St. Petersburg; 2. dr. of 
Richard Carr Glyn, Bengal civil service : 
M.A. Oxon., chaplain to 6 earl of 
Shaftesbury, vicar of Ewell, Epsom, 
Surrey (290/.), from 1831. 
Ewellf Epsom, Surrey, 
Olyn, col. Julius Richard, c.B. : served 
in the Kaffir war 1862-63, in the CiWea, 
and in the Indian mutinv, knight of the 
legion of honour and of the Medjidie, 
lieut.-col. h.p. rifle brigade, assist.-ad- 
jutant-gen. of auxiliary forces in Lre- 
land from 1873. 
Olyn, sir Richard Geor^, 8 bart. (1800), 
grandnephew of sir Richard Carr Glyn, 
1 bart^ lord maj'or of London in 1798 (s. 
of sir Richard Glyn, 1 bart., lord mayor 
in 1768) ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of maj. Fitz- 
gerald, Maperton House, Somerset : 
served in the Crimea as capt. 1 dra- 
goons, dep.-Ueut. of Dorset, and high 
sheriff in 1869. 

Army and Navy, Brooke ; OaunVs 
House, JFimbortte, Dorset; Letceston, 
Sherborne, 



Glyn, hon. Ashley Carr, s. of 1 baron 
Wolverton ; b. 1839 ; m. dr. of adm. 
hon. Arthur Duncombe: b.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Liner Temple 
1864. 

St, Jameses, Brooks' ; 105 Onslow 
Square, Brompton, S. W, 
Glyn, hon. and rev. Edward Carr, s. of 
1 baron Wolverton; b. 1843: M. a. Oxon., 
private secretarj- and domestic chaplain 
to the archbp. of York from 1871, vicar 
from 1872 of -lSY. Mary's^ Beverley 
(362/.) ; New Uuirei'sity. 
Glyn, capt. hon. Henry Carr, R.N., 8. of 
1 baron Wolverton; b. 1829; m. dr. 
{d.) of rev. Denis Mahony, Dromore 
Castle, Kenr: served in fiie Crimea, 
and in north America, knight of the 
Medjidie, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
from 1873. 

Brooks', Army and Navy ; 2 Car* 
lisle Place, Victoria Street, JFeetmin- 
ster, S. W. 
Glyn, hon. Pasco Charles, s. of 1 baron 
Wolverton ; b. 1833 ; m. 1. dr. of archd. 
St. John Mildmay ; 2. dr. of capt. W. 
Hale: m.a. Oxon., partner in Glyn, 
Mills, Currie, & Co. 
Arthur's ; Banstcad Place, Epsom. 
Glyn, hon. Sydney Carr, s. of 1 baron 
Wolverton ; b. 1836 ; m. dr. of mens. 
Maresceaux, St. Omer: served in the 
Crimea, ex-capt. rifle brigade. 
Army and Nary. 
Glyn, hon. mrs. St. Leger Richard. 
Florence, dr. of James Wilmot Williams, 
Herringstone, Dorset ; m. hon. St. Leger 
Richard Glyn (d.). 
Glyn, hon. Georgina Maiy, dr. of 1 

baron Wolverton ; b. 1846. 
Gobat, bp. ; vide Jerusalem. 
Ctoddard, Ambrose Lethbridge, s. of 
Ambrose Gk>ddard, M.P. ; b. 1819 ; m. 
dr. of Edward Ayahford Sandford, Nyne- 
head Court Somerset, m.p. : m.a. Can- 
tab., dep.-Ueut. of Wilts, mai. Wilts 
yeomanry from 1865, m.p. (c.) Crick- 
lade 1847-68, and from 1874. 

Carltofi, Boodle's ; The lawn. Stein* 
don, Wilts. 
Goderioh, vise. (eld. s. of earl de Grey), 
Chodfirey, sir John Fermor, 4 bart. 
(1786) b. 1828 ; m. dr. of Thomas White 
ocutt, Clapham House, Lillington, Sus- 
sex: ex-lieut. 2 dragoon guards, dep.- 
lieut. of Kerry, and high sheriff in I860. 
Kilcoleman Abbey, MUltown, Kerry. 

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Godfrey, dow.-Jady. Marv Theresa, dr. 

of John Coltsmanu, Fleesk Caatle, Eillar- 

ncy ; m. sir William Duncan Godfrey, 3 

hart. 
KUeoleman AbbeVy MUitoumy Kerry. 
Ctoding, lady Jane Emily, dr. of 7 earl 

Corentry; b. 1794; m. James Godiiig 

13 JFilUm Crescent J Belgrave Square^ 

0ofl; lady Adelaide Henrietta, dr. of 2 
earl of Ranfarly; b. 1833; m. Joseph 
Goff (rf.), dep.-heut. of Tyrone. 

Sale Farkj Salisbury; Burton 
Orangey Cheshunty Herts. 

Ctoldney, Gabriel ; b. 1813 ; m. dr. of 
K. H. Alexander, Corsham, Wilts : dep.- 
lieut. of Wilts, formerly practised as a 
solicitor at Chippenham, a governor of 
Christ's Hospital, m.p. (c.) Chippenham 
from 1866. 

Conservative^ Carlton ; Beechfield 
Souse, Chippenham; 40 Sill Street, 
Berkeley Square, W. 

Qoldimid, sir Francis Henry, q.c, 2 
bart. (1841) b. 1808; m. dr. of Moses 
Asher Goldsmid, Gloucester Place, Lon- 
don: baron de Goldsmid and da Pal- 
meira in Portugal, a magistrate for 
Gloucestershire and for Berks, dep.- 
lieut. of Berks, called to the bar at Lm- 
ooln'slnn 1833, queen's counsel 1868, 
treasurer of University College, London, 
M.p. (l.) Beading from 1860. 

Reform, Athmmtm ; St, John*s 
Lodqe, Beyenfs Bark, N. W. ; Rend- 
combe Manor, Cirencester, Gloucester, 

0oldmiid, maj.-gen. sir Frederick John, 
O.B., K.C.S.I., s. of Lionel Goldsmid, 19 
dragoons ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. of lieut.-gen. 
Geoige Mackenzie Stewart: served in 
China 1840-42, in the Crimea, on civil 
emplov in Scinde 1862-62, established 
the Iiurkish-Asiatio line of telegraph 
1864-66, director-gen. of Indo-European 
tel^raphs 1866-72. Madras staff corps. 
United Service ; 1 Southwell GardeiM, 
South Kensington, 

6oldfmid, Jnlian, s. of Frederick David 
Goldsmid, m.p., and nephew and heir 
pres. of sir Francis Golosmid, bart. ; b. 
1838 ; m. dr. of A. Philipson, Florence : 
M.A. London, called to the bar at Lin- 
coln's Inn 1864, dep.-lieut. of Kent, 
M.P. (l.) Honiton 1866-68, Eochester 
fixnn 1870. 
Reform, Athenaum, St. James's; 



Somerhill, Tofibridge, Kent; 40 Ores- 
venor Street, W. 

Ooldimith, vice-adm. George, c.B., s. 
of John Goldsmith, paymaster royal 
navy ; b. 1807 : served at' the capture of 
Canton 1841, and oapt. of the '*Sidon" at 
the bombardment of Fort Constantino 
1854. Old Charlton, S.E, 

Goldsworthy, maj.-gen. Joseph Webbe : 
formerly in the Madras army. 

OoldsworthT, Roger Tuckfield, o.M.o. : 
served in the volunteer cavalry of Have- 
lock's forces in the Indian mutiny, as- 
sistant field engineer in the defence of 
Lucknow, inspector-gen. of polioe at 
Sierra Leone 1860-70, inspector of 
Houssa police and district magistrate at 
Lagos 1870-73, collector of customs at 
the Gold Coast frx>m 1873, dep.-conmiis- 
sioner to the friendly tribes on the Gold 
Coast. 

Gomm, field-marshal sir William May- 
nard, ll.d., o.c.b., s. of col. William 
Gomm; b. 1784; m. 1. dr. of Granville 
Penn, Stoke Park, Slough ; 2. Elizabeth, 
dr. of lord Bobert Kerr : served in Han- 
over, at the siege of Copenhagen, in the 
Peninsula, and at Waterloo, commander- 
in-chief at Jamaica 1840-41, commanded 
northern district of England 1842-43, 
governor of Mamitius 1843-49, ' com- 
mander-in-chief in India 1861-66, col. 
13 ft. 1842-63, of Coldstream guards from 
1863. created a field-marshal in 1868, 
knignt of St. Anne of Bussia, constable 
of the Tower of London from 1872, lord.- 
lieut. of the Tower Hamlets from 1872* ' 
Guards', United Service, Carlton jlO 
Netv Street, Spring Gardens, S. W, ; 
Bramdean Vottaae, Alresford, Hants ; 
33 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, 

€NK>oh, sir Daniel, 1 bart. (1866) ; b. 
1816; m. 1. dr. of Henry Tanner, Sun- 
derland ; 2. dr. of John Burder, Norwood, 
Surrey : a civil engineer and created a 
baronet in connection with the laying 
the Atlantic cable in 1866, chairman of 
the Great Western Railway Company, 
M.P. (c.) Cricklade from 1866. 

Carlton; Clewer Park, Windsor; 
FtUthorpe House, Warwick Road, 
Maida Hill, W. 

Goooh, sir Francis Sherlock, 8 bart. 
(1746) b. 1860 J m. dr. of G. A. 
Sutherland : ex-heut.-col. West Suffolk 
militia. 

Benacre Hall, Wangford, Suffolk; 
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Oooeh, vioe-adm. Thomas Lewis, s. of 
or Thomas Sherlock Gooch, 5 bart. ; 
b. 1807; m. Anne, dr. of gen. hon. 
William Gardner. Yarmouth. 

Gooeh, dow.-lady. Ellen Emily, dr. of 
R. A. Hankey Hirst, of Down Grange, 
Basingstoke ; m. 1. sir Edward Sherlock 
Gooch, 7 bart; 2. George T. Gream, 
M.D. Aberdeen 1850, f.k.c.p. London 
1867, physician accoucheur to the prin- 
cess or W ales. 

2 Upper Brook Street ^ W. ; Frogmore 
Lodge, St. Alban's, Herts. 

Gooeh, dow.-lady. Harriet, dr. of James 
Joseph Hope Vere, of Craigie, Linlith- 

r>w ; m. 1. sir Edward Sherlock Gooch, 
bart., M.p. ; 2. maj. John St. Leger, 
late 14 dragoons. 

42 Cheirlei Street, Berkeley Square, 
W, 

Ctoodenoagh, maj. -gen. Arthur Cyril, 
c.B. : served in the Crimea, and com- 
manded 34 ft. at the Redan, knight of 
the legion of honour and of the Medjidie, 
lieut-coL depot battalion at Limerick 
1856-61, lieut.-col. half-pay depot bat- 
talion. 
2 Cleveland Row, St. James* e, S. W. 

Qoodfellow, lieut.-gen. William Bar- 
olay, K.B. ; b. 1804. 

Goodxellow, lieut.-col. William West, 
K.B., C.B., s. of lieut.-gen. W. B. Good- 
fellow, &.B. ; b. 1832; m. dr. of col. 
Charles Fuller, R.A. : executive engineer 
in the public wortm department, Bom- 
bay. 

Oooorieke, sir Harry Holyoake, 2 bart. 

(1835) b. 1836 : served in the Crimea 

and in the Indian mutiny, ex-maj . 90 ft. 

Army and Navy ; otudley Castle, 

Aleester, Warwick. 

Ooodrioke,dow-lady. Elizabeth Martha, 
dr. of (Jeorge Payne, Sulby, Northamp- 
ton ; m. sir Francis Holyoake Goodricke, 
Ibart. 

Goodwin, bp. ; vide Carlisle. 

Ooodwyn, gen. Henry, r.e. : served at 
the capture of Bhurtpore 1825-26, and 
in the runjab campaign. 

Ooodwyn, msj.-gen. Julius Edmund, 
c.B. : served in the Crimea with 41 ft., 
knight of the legion of honour and of 

"^ the Medjidie. 

Ooold, sir Henry Valentine, 3 bart. 
(1801) b. 1803: dep.-Ueut. of Cork. 
Old Court, Cork. 

Gordon, vise. ; vide Aberdeen. 



Gordon, lient.-gen. hon. sir Alexander 
Hamilton, k.c.b., s. of 4 earl of Aber- 
deen ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of sir J. F. W. 
Herschel, d.c.l., 1 bart. (she has been 
a bedchamber- woman to the Queen from 
1855) : M.A. Cantab., precis writer at 
the foreim office 1843-45, equerry to 

Jrince Albert 1846-54, extra equerry 
854-61, hon. equerry to the Queen 
from 1862, served in the Crimea, dep.- 
quartermaster-gen. 1855-60, command- 
ing 2 brigade at the Curragh 1861-71, 
commanding the eastern district in 
England 1871-72, officer of the legion of 
honour, knight of the Medjidie, ooL 100 
ft. from 1872. 

50 Queen* s Gate Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, S. W. 
Gordon, hon. sir Arthur Hamilton-, 
X.C.M.O., s. of 4 earl of Aberdeen ; b. 
1829 ; m. dr. of sir John Shaw Lefevre, 
K . c . B. : private secretary to forei^ secre- 
ta^ (his father) 1841-46, and to the 
prime minister Qiis father) 1852-55, 
M.p. Beverley 1854-57, governor of 
New Brunswick 1861-66, of Trinidad 
1866-70, of Mauritius 1870-74. of the 
Fiji islands from 1874, dep.-lieut. of 
Aberdeenshire. 

Atheneeum; Ibrtree, Aberdeenshire. 
Gordon, Archibald, m.d., c.b. : chief 
mediod officer at Mauritius 1860-65, 
inspector-gen. British medical depart- 
ment, Bombay, 1865-70, hon. surgeon 
to the Queen fh)m 1870. 

76 Cornwall Gardens, South Ken^ 
sington. 
Gordon, adm. Charles, bro. of rt. hon. 
sir J. W. Gordon, 1 bart, o.c.B.; b. 
1780; m. hon. Anne, dr. of 11 baron 
Blayney : engaged in the destruction of 
eighty piratical vessels at Ras-al-Khyma 
and other parts in the Persian gulf 1809. 
Gordon, surgeon-gen. Charles Alexan- 
der. M.D., c.B. : served at the battle of 
Manarajpore 1843, in the Indian mutiny, 
in China, and as medical commissioner 
to the French army at the siege of Paris, 
surgeon-gen. at Dover 1869-74, at Alder- 
shot in 1874, officer of the legion of 
honour, principal medical officer of the 
Madras army from 1874. 
Gordon, col. Charles Edward Parke, 
C.B.: 6er\'ed in the Eaffir war 1834-35, 
in the Indian mutiny, commanding 
the regiment at the cafiture of Delhi, 
and in the Oude campaign, lieut-ooL 
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tJordon, col. Charles George, r.e., c.b. ; 
8. of gen. yf. H. Gordon, r.a. ; b. 1833 : 
served in the Crimea, and in China, 
knight of the legion of honour, for some 
time in the employment of the emperor 
of China, vice-consul in the delta of the 
Danube, Turkey, 1871-73. 

Ck)rdoii,in^'or-ffen. Charles Henry, c.b. ; 
m. dr. of sii E^und H .K. Lacon, 3 bart. : 
served with 93 ft. in the Crimea, and in 
the Indian mutiny, knight of the legion 
of honour, and of the Medjidie, Ueut.- 
col. brigade depot at Aberdeen 1858-63. 

Gordon, rt. hon. Edward Stratheam, 
Q.C., P.O., 8. of major John Gordon, 2 
ft. ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of J. Maclnnes, of 
Auchenreoch: educated at Edinburgh 
university, called to the Scotch bar 
1835, shenflf of Perth 1858-66, soUcitor- 
general for Scotland 1866-67, queen's 
counsel 1869, lord advocate 1867-68, and 

. fifom 1874, M.p. (c.) Thetford 1867-68, 
Glasgow andAbenieen universities from 
1869, lieut.-col. Edinbiu*gh rifle volun- 
teers 1866-73, hon. col. fh)m 1873. 

University {Edin.), Carltm ; 2 
Jtandolph Street^ Udmburah; 1 I^ew 
Street, Spring Gardens, S.IF. 

Ctordon, vice-adm. George Thomas, 
K.H., 8. of capt. Samuel Gordon, royal 
navy; b. 1807; m. dr. of William 
Parker, Clopton Hall, Suflblk, and 
widow of capt Harry Evres, r.n., c.b. : 
served on me coast of Spain at the 
siege of Bilbao 1835, knight of the order 
of San Fernando. 

United Service; Ingleden, St. 
MichaeVa, Aahford, Kent. 

Ctordon, sir Henry Percy, f.r.s., 2 
bart. (1818), s. of rt. hon. sir Willoughby 
Gordon, o.c.b., 1 bart.; b. 1806; m. 
lady Mary, dr. of 3 earl of Ashbumham : 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Isle of 
Wight. 

University ; Niton. Neicport, Isle of 
Wight ; Knockespoeli, Aberdeen. 

Gordon, Henry William, c.b., s. of 
gen. H. W. Gordon, R.A., and bro. of 
col. Charles Gordon, c.b.; r.e. ; b. 
1818; m. dr. of lieut.-gen. Staveley, 
C.B., and widow of capt. Granet, 12 ft. : 
a poor-law inspector in Ireland 1847-48, 
served on the staff in the east and west 
Indies, and in the Crimea, controller at 
Woolwich from 1870. 

Gordon, John Davison, o.s.i. : entered 
the Bengal civil service 1854, judicial 
conmiiflsioner of Mysore from 1868, 



guardian to his royal' highness the 
Maharajah of Mysore, private secretary 
to governor-general of India (lord Law<* 
rence) 1863-68. 

Gordon, sir Lionel Eldred Smith, 2 
bart. (1838), s. of lieut.-gen. sir Lionel 
Smith, O.C.B., 1 bart.; b. 1833; m. 
cousin, dr. of Thomas Pottin^er, Mount 
Pottinger, Down : served in the Crimea, 
and in the Indian mutiny, ex-capt. 
71ft. 

Gordon, sir Maurice Duff, 4 bart. 
(1813), b. 1849; m.dr. of Henry Water- 
ton, and widow of Seymour Ball Hughes. 
Gordon House, Esher, Surrey ; 84 
Hertford Street, May fair. 

Gordon, major-gen. Nathaniel : retired 
on full pay as col. Madras infantry. 

Gordon, major-gen. Patrick, s. of Adam 
Gordon, of Camfleld,Fochabers ; b. 1807; 
m. Charlotte, dr. of capt. George Ma- 
thers, 59 ft. : retired on mil pay as col. 
Bombay infantry. 

Gordon, col. Samuel Enderby, r.a., 
C.B., s. of gen. W. H. Crordon, r.a. ; b. 
1824; m. dr. of major McDougaU: 
served in the Crimea, and in India, 
knight of the legion of honour, and of 
the Medjidie, director of artillery studies 
at Woolwich from 1871. 

Gordon, sir Robert Glendowyn, 9 bart* 
(1625) b. 1824; premier baronet of 
Nova Scotia, dop.-heut of Banffshire. 
Letterfottrie, Buckie, Banff, 

Gordon, Ueat.-col. Thomas Edward, 
C.8.J. : served as second in command 97 
Punjab infantry during the Indian cam- 
paign 1858-59, assistant-adjutant-gen. 
of the Lahore division fh)m 1872, second 
in command of the Yarkand mission of 
1873. Bengal staff corps. 

Gordon, WUliam, s. of Alexander 
Grordon, solicitor, Wandsworth ; b. 1818; 
m. dr. of John H. Puget, Totterid^ 
Park, Herts: admitted a solicitor m 
1840, M.p. (c.) Chelsea from 1874. 

City, Junior Carlton; 11 Leinster 
Terrace, Hyde Fark. 

Gordon, vice-adm. William ; b. 1790 : 
served in the action off San Domingo 
1807, on the Walcheren expedition, on 
the Mediterranean station, and on the 
Newfoundland station. • 

Gordon, col. William, c.B., s. of John 
Gordon, of Caimbulg, Aberdeen, by dr. 
of sir W.Forbes,5bart. ; b. 1821 : served 
with 17 ft. in the Crimea, knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 

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lieut-col. of the brigade depot at 
Hamilton, Glasgow, from 1873. 

Qordon, col. sir William, 7 bart. (1706) 
b. 1830; m. 1. dr. of John Page, and 
widow of P. J. Joyce, Caltra Park, Gal- 
way ; 2. dr. of sir William Maxwell, 3 
bart. : served in the Crimea, and in the 
Indian mutiny^ knight of the legion of 
honour, dep.-lieut. of Kirkcudbright, 
ex-lieut.-col. 17 lancers. 

Army and Xary ; EarUton SoHse, 
Kirkcudbright. 

eordon, capt. William Everard Al- 
phonso, K.N., C.B., 8. of Alexander 
Gordon,of Ellon, Aberdeenshire; b.l816. 

Oordon, sir William Home, 10 bart. 
(1631) b. 1818 ; m. dr. of Bartholomew 
Bamewall, London: m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Sutherlandshire. 

Oxford and Cambridge ; Embo 
Souse J Sutherland; Junction Mantiony 
Brighton, 

Oordon-Xoore, lord Cecil James, s. of 

9 marq. of Huntly ; b. 1806 ; m. dr. of 
Maurice Crosby Moore, Moresfort, Tip- 
perary. 

Moresforty Tipperary. 
CKnrdon, lord Domjlas "VV^illiam Cope, s. 

of 10 marq. of Huntly ; b. 1861 : lieut. 

Coldstream guards. 
€hirdoii, lord Esme Stewart, s. of 10 

marq. of Huntly ; b. 1863 ; m. Annie, 

dr. of William Brown, Northover, 

Somersetshire, and niece and heiress of 

alderman Phippcn, Bristol. 
Ctordon, adm. lord Frederick; vide 

Hallyburton. 
CKnrdon, lord Granville Armine, s. of 

10 marq. of Huntly ; b. 1856. 
CKnrdon, hon. and rev. Douglas Hamil- 
ton-, s. of 4 earl of Aberdeen ; b. 1824 ; 
m. lady Ellen Susan, dr. of 18 earl of 
Morton : m. a. Cantab., domestic chaplain 
to arohbp. Howlev, rector of Great Stan- 
more 1849-69, o*f Northolt; Middlesex 
^682;.} from 1869, canon of Salisbury 
(600/.) from I860, chaplain in ordinary 
to the Queen at St. James's from 1875. 

Northolt, Southall, Middlesex; The 
Close, Salisbury. 

Oordoii, hon. mrs. Anne, dr. of 11 
baron Blayney; b. 1818; vide adm. 
Charles Gordon. 

CKnrdon, hon. Louisa Bellamy-, sis. of 
8 vise. Kenmare (dormant) ; m. Charles 
Bellamy {d.). East India company's ser- 
vice. 
Kenmare Castle, New OaUoway. 



Ctordon, lady Charlotte Sophia, dr. of 
9 marq. of Huntly ; b. 1796. 

Eltnley Lodge, Fox Lane, Upper 
Noncood, S.E. 

Oordon, lady Christian Isabella, dr. of 
12 earl of Buchan ; b. 1820 ; m. John 
Gordon, b. 1816, M.A. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Renfrew, and of Lanarkshire. 

Junior Car If on ; Netc {Edinburgh) ; 
Ait ken head, Glasgow. 

Gordon, lady Ellen Susan Anne Hamil- 
ton-, b. 1824; vide hon. and rev. 
Douglas Hamilton -Gordon. 

Oordon, lady Grace Cicelie, b. 1854 ; 
lady Margaret Ethel, b. 1858 ; lady 
Elena Mary, b. 1861 ; lady Etheldreda 
Caroline, b. 1864, drs. of 10 marq^ of 
Huntly. 

Ck>rdon, lady Katharine Hamilton-, 
dr. of 6 earl of Aberdeen ; b. 1862. 

Oordon, lady Marv Agnes Blanche, b. 
1816; vide sir Henry Percy Gordon, 
2 bart. 

Oordon, lady Francis, dr. of sir Wil- 
liam Eier-Grant, k.c.b. ; m. col. lord 
Francis Arthur Gordon (rf.), s. of 9 marq. 
of Huntly. 6 Wilton Crescent, BcU 
grave Square, 8. W. 

Gordon, lady. Anne, dr. of Thomas 
O'Keameyj Newcastle House, Tippe- 
rary ; m. sir John Gordon {d.), a medi- 
cal practitioner at Cork, and mayor of 
that city in 1866. 
Fatrick Street, Cork, 

Gordon, lady. Helen, dr. of James 

Fletcher, Dunans, Argj'le ; m. sir Charles 

Gordon (rf.), secreta^ to the Highland 

agricultural society. 

Drimnin Souse, Tobermory, ArgyU, 

Gordon, lady. Lydia, dr. of John Ward, 
Marlborough ; m. adm. sir James 
Alexander Gordon, o.c.B. {d.), governor 
of Greenwich hospital. 

Gore, major-gen. A. K. : Madras staff 
corps. 

Gore, sir Charles James Knox-, 2 bart. 
(1868J b. 1831 : ex-capt. 66 ft., Ueut.- 
col. Sligo militia from 1861. 
Belleek Manor, Ballina, Mayo. 

Gore, sir St. George, 8 bart. (1621), 
grand-nephew of gen. earl of Boss (ext.) ; 
b. 1811. Manor Gore, Donegal, 

Gore, John Ralph Ormsby-, s. of Wil- 
liam Ormsby-Gore, m.p. ; b. 1816 ; m. 
dr. of sir John Tyrell, 2 bart. : m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Salop, and of Oar- 
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nanron, groom in waiting to the Queen 
1841-68. M.p. (c.) Carnarvonshire 1837- 
1841, north Shropshire from 1859. 

Carlton J Jmt tor Carlton ; The Mounts 
Oswestry^ Salop. 

Gore, maj. William Richard Ormsby-, 
s. of William Ormsby-Grore, m.p. ; b. 
1819 ; m. ladv Emily Charlotte, sis. of 
6 marq. of itertford : ex-capt. 13 light 
dragoons, dep.-lieut. of Salop, a niagis- 
trate for Leitrim, and high sheriff in 
1857, M.p. (c.) SUgo 1841-62, Leitrim 
from 1868. 

Carlton ; Derrycame, Leitriin ; Tet- 
worthy Suuuinffhilly Berks; \2 Qroa- 
venor Crescent, Belgrave Square. 

Cknre, hon. and rer. Annesley Henry, 
bro. of 4 earl of Arran ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. 
of gen. Reeve, by dr. of earl of Har- 
borough : b.a. Dublin, rector of Withe- 
all^I^uth, Lincolnshire, 1844-69. 

union; 15 SotUh AucUey Street, 
Growenor Square. 

Gore, hon. Arthur Jocelyn Charles, s. 
of vise. Sudeley; b. 1868. 

Oore, hon. Charles Alexander, bro. of 
4 earl of Arran; b. 1811; m. dow.- 
oountess of Kerry : a commissioner of 
woods and forests (1200/.) from 1839. 

Travellers' ; 1 irhitckall Placets. W. 
Wimbledon. 

Gore, hon. Edwai-d, s. of 2 earl of 
An-an ; b. 1797 ; m. dr. of — Douglas : 
at the battle of Algiers, flag-lieut. to late 
duke of Clarence when lord high ad- 
miral, ex-capt. royal navy. 

Clarendon Square, Leamington. 

Gore, lady Elizabeth Augusta, b. 1855 : 
lady Mary Napier, b. 18o8, dn. of 4 earl 
of Arran. 

€knre, lady Emily Charlotte Ormsby-, 
sis. of 5 marq. of Hertford ; b. 1825 ; vide 
maj. William Richard Ormsby-Gore. 

Gore, lady Emily Jane, sis. of 4 earl of 
Arran. 6 Ehury St., Eaton Sq., S. W. 

Gore, hon. Mabel Frances, b. 1866; 
hon. Cicely Alicia, b. 1867 ; hon. Esther 
Caroline, b. 1868, drs. of vise. Sudeley. 

Gore, hon. lady. Sarah Rachel, dr. of 
James Eraser, member of the legislative 
council of Nova Scotia; m. gen. hon. 
sir Charles Stephen Gore, k.c.b., k.h. 
(rf.J, commander-in-chief in Nova Scotia 
ana New Bnmswick (bro. of late duchess 
of Inverness). Hampton Court Palace. 

Gore, dow.-lady. Sarah, dr. of col. 
Charles Nesbit Knox, Castle Lacken, 



Mayo; m. sir Francis Arthur Knox 
Gore, 1 bart., lord-lieu t. of Sligo. 

Goring, sir Charles, 8 bart. (1627) b. 
1828 ; m. 1 dr. of Jones Panton, Plas* 
Gwrn, Anglesea; 2. dr. of rev. Capel 
Moi3meux : ex-capt. 12 lancers, ex-capU 
8 Sussex rifle volunteers. 

Army and Navy; Siyhden, Steyri' 
ing, Sussex; 5 Halkin Street Jrest^ 
Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Goring, hon. mrs. Sydney Eloisa, dr* 
of 3 vise. Avonmore; D. 18i7 ; m. Forster 
Goring (s. of sir Charles CKning, 6 
bart.), b. 1810. 
Portumna, Galway. 

Gormanston, 13 vise. (1478). Edward 
Anthony John Preston ; b. 1796 ; m. dr. 
of Wiluam Charles Jemingham. and 
niece of 8 baron Stafford ; sits as Won 
Gormanston (1868) : dep.-lieut. of Meath, 
high sheriff of Dublin counts in 1845. 

Carlton ; Gormanston Castle, Bat- 
hriggan, Meath; Whitewood, Nobber^ 
Meath; BatVs Motel, 21 Dover Street^ 
W. 

§Gort, 4 vise. (1816). Standish Pren- 
dergast Vereker ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of 4 
vise. Gage : m.a. Dublin, high sheriff of 
Galway in 1844, lieut.-coL Limerick 
artiller}' militia ft^om 1870. 

Union ; 12 Merrion Square, Dublin; 
10 Warwick Square, Belgrave Boad, 
S.W. 

Gort, dow.-yiscoimtess. Elizabeth, dr. 
of John Jones; m. 1. George Tudor, 
M.p. Barnstaple ; 2, as his second wife, 
3 vise. Gort, col. Limerick city artillery 
militia. 

1 Portman Square, W, ; East Qnoes 
Castle, Isle of Wight. 

Crdflohen, rt. hon. George Joachim, p.c, 
s. of William Henry Goschen, London ; 
b. 1811 ; m. dr. of John Dalley : partner 
in the firm of Friihlingand Goschen 
1857-65, director of the bank of England 
1858-65, vice-president of the bofuxl of 
trade 1865-66^ chancellor of the duchy 
of Lancaster m 1866. president of the 
poor law board 1868-71, first lord of the 
admiralty 1871-74, M.P. (l.) London 
fix)m 1863. 

Reform, Athenaum ; Seacox Heathy 
Hurst Green, Kent / 66 Mount Street, 
Grosvenor Square, W 

GoBford, 4 earl of (1806). Archibald 
Brabazon Sparrow Acheson, k.p. ; b. 
1841 ; sits as baron Worlingham (1836) ; 
2nd tit. vise. Acheson: dep.-Ueut. of 

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Armagh, maj. Armagh militia from 
1866. 

JFhii^SyJBrooks* ; Worlingham Sally 
Beecle$y Suffolk; Gosford Castle, Ar- 
magh; lOfEarlfyStreety W. 
"Ooiford, dow. •countess of. Theodosia, 
dr. of 18 earl of Meath; b. 1808; m. 3 
earl of Gosford, k.p. 

106 SarUy Street, W, 
OoM, sir John, s. of Joseph Goss, 
organist of Fareham, Hants ; b. 1800 ; 
m. Lucy, dr. of "William New : organist 
at St Paul's cathedral 1839-72, musical 
oonmoser at the chapels royal from 

Clarewood Souee, Brixton, 
<K>M6t, maj.-g)en. James William, R.E. ; 
b. 1820: retired on frill pay as lieut- 
ooL 

OosMtt, adm. Henry, consin of vice- 
adm. Charles Colville Frankland, and s. 
of Matthew GkMsett, viaooimt of Jersey ; 
b. 1798 : served at the capture of Genoa, 
in the American \i'ar, escorted Napoleon 
the Great to St. Helena, and commanded 
a ship on the West India station. 
United Service, 

OoiMtt, m^j.-gen. William Driscoll, 
B.B., s. of maj. John Noah Gossett, rifle 
brigade, and second cousin of adm. H. 
Gossett; b. 1820 ; m. Helen, dr. of rev. 
Isaac Gossett, vicar of Windsor : retired 
on full pay as ool. 

Oough, 2 vise. (1849). Geoi|re Ste- 
phens Crough, M.K.I.A., s. of field- 
marshal vise. Gough; b. 1816; m. 1. 
dr. of Wray PalliBer, Comragh, Water- 
ford; 2. dr. of George Arbuthnot, 
Elderslie, Surrey : ex-capt. grenadier 
guards, dep.-lieut. of Tipperarj-, and 
high sheriff in 1849. 

Carlton, Athemtum ; Loughcouter 
Castle, Qort, Qalway ; St. Seleti'e, 
BooterS'toton, Dublin, 

Gough, gen. sir John Bloomfield, k.c.b., 
nephew of 1 vise. Gough ; b. 1804 ; m. 
1. dr. of £. Hittchins ; 2. dr. of maj.- 
gen. sir John McCaskill; 3. dr. of 
George Arbuthnot, Elderdie: deputy 
quartermaster-gen. in the Affghanutan 
campaign, military secretary to the 
commander-in-chief in the G^^aUor 
campugn 1843, quartermaster-gen. in 
the Punjab campaign, deputv quarter- 
master-gen. and nead of the department 
in the Crimea, aide-de-camp to the 



Queen 1860-66, col. 2 dragoons (Scots 
greys) from 1864. 

Senior United Service; Knockeevan, 
Clonmel, Tipperary. 

Gough, col. jflugh Henry, v.c, c.B., s. 
of G. Gough, Sathronan House, Tippe* 
rar}-; b. 1833: served as adjutant of 
Hodson's horse at the siege of Delhi, 
commanded a wing of the regiment at 
the relief of Lucknow, and at Banode, 
commandant 12 Bengal cavalry froml867. 
Peshawur, Bengal. 

Gough, hon. Hugh, eld. a. of 2 yisc. 
Gough ; b. 1849 : b.a. Oxon., comet 14 
hussars. 

Gough, hon. Hugh George, s. of 2 vise. 
Gough ; b. 1862 : lieut. 14 hussars. 

Gough, hon. Huch Rudolph, s. of 2 
vise. Gough ; b. l866 : b.a. Oxon. 

Gough, hon. Eleanor Laura, dr. of 2 
vise. Gough ; b. 1864. 

Goulbura, N.S. W., 1 bp. of (1863). rt. 
rev. Mesae Thomas, d.d., s. of John 
Thomas, Aberfltwd, Cardigan ; b. 1816 ; 
m. dr. of Thomas Hinton Hasluck, 
Handsworth, Birmingham: m.a. Can- 
tab., vicar of Tuddenham, Suffolk, 1843- 
1846, incumbent of Attleborough, War- 
wick, 1846-61, secretarj' to the colonial 
and continental church society 1861-63, 
bp. of Goulbum (700/.) from 1863. 

Goulburn, New South Wales, Aus* 
tralia, 

Goulbum, very rev. dean Edward Mey- 
rick, D.C.L., D.D., s. of mr. serjeant 
Goulbiun, M.P., D.c.L. ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. 
of William R. Cartwright, m.p., of 
A}'nhoe, Northants : m. a. Oxon. , incum- 
bent of Holwell, Oxford, 1841-60, 
headmaster of Rugby 1860-69, dean of 
Norwich frt>m 1866, hon. chaplain to 
the bp. of Winchester. 
The Deanery, Norwich, 

Goulbum, Frederick, c.B., s. of rt. 
hon. Henry Goulbum, m.p., chancellor 
of the exchequer 1841-46 ; b. 1818 ; m. 
hon. Jemima, dr. of 4 baron Sondes: 
chairman of customs (2000/.). 

6 Prince's Terrace, Frtnc^s Gate, 
South Kensington, 

Ctoulbum, hon. mrs. Jemima, b. 1830 ; 
vide Frederick Goulbum. 

Gourley, Edward Temperley, f.r.g.8., 
s. of John Youn^ Gourley, Sunderland ; 
b. 1828 : a magistrate and dep.-lieut. of 
Durham, an alderman, and three times 
mayor of Sunderland, owner of the 
Maltese Cross line of steamers to the 



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Adriatic and Danube, m.p. (l.) Sunder- 
land from 1868, lieut.-col. Sunderland 
rifle volunteers from 1865. 

New aty Clubj H.C, Junior Athe- 
naum, Royal Thames Yacht Club; 
Sunderland, 

Gower, hon. Edward Frederick Leve- 
non-y 8. of 1 earl Granville ; b. 1819 ; m. 
6r. (d.) of 2 marq. of Northampton: 
M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1845, precis writer in the 
foreign office 1851-52. a magistrate for 
Surrey, m.p. (l.) Derby in 1847, Stoke- 
upon-Trent 1852-57, Bodmin from 1859, 
dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire. 

Travellers*, Whites ; Molnibury, 
Dorking; 14 8o%Uh Audley Street, 
Grosvenor Square, 

Gower, hon. mrs. Sophia Leveson-, dr. 
of 1 baron Leigh • b. 1838 ; m. Gran- 
ville "William Gresham Leveson-Gower, 
(grandson of admiral hon. John Leveson- 
Gower, 8. of 1 earl Gower), b. 1838, 
1I.P. (L.) Eeigate 1863-66, dep.-lieut. 
of Surrey. 

Brooks* ; Tvtsey Place, Zimpsjteld, 
Surrey. 

Gower, lord Albert Sutherland-Leve- 
8on-, 8. of 2 duke of Sutherland: b. 
1843 ; dr. of sir Thomas Neville Abdy, 
1 hart. : ex-capt. 2 life guards, lieut. 
royal Staffordshire yeomanry from 1867. 
Whites; 2SDover St,,FiccadUly, W. 

Gower, lord Ronald Sutherland-Leve- 
son-, 8. of2 duke of Sutherland; b.l845: 
u.vIVl.) Sutherlandshire 1867-74. 

Whites, St. Jameses ; 28 Fark Lane, 
W. ; Cleveden Souse, Maidenhead; 
Dunrobin Castle, Sutherland. 

Gower, lady Florence ; b. 1856 ; lady 
Alexandra; b. 1866, drs. of 3 duke of 
Sutherland. 

Gower, lady Victoria Alberta, b. 1867 ; 

ladv ; b. 1870, drs. of 2 earl Gran. 

ville. 

Grace, sir William, S bart (1795) b. 
1817. 

Boley, Queen* 8 County: Grace Castle, 
Kilkenny; Mantua Mouse, Elphin, 
Roscommon. 

Graeme, hon. mrs. Marianne Jane, dr. 
of 6 vise. Strathidlan; b. 1811; m. 
major George Drummond Graeme, k.h. 
(rf.). 

Inchbrakie, Crieff; Aberuthven, 
Auchterarder, Perth. 

Graeme, Hamond- ; vide Hamond. 



Grafton, 6 duke of (1675). WiUiam 
Henry Fitzroy ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of 3 
baron Ashburton ; 2nd tit. earl of Eus- 
ton: attach^ at Naples in 1841, c<^ 
west Suffolk militia in 1846, m.f. (l.) 
Thetford 1847-63, dep.-lieut. of North- 
amptonshire, and of Suffblk, headranger 
of Whittlebury forest. 

Reform; EustonSaU, Th^tfordJSuf- 
folk; Wakefield Lodge, Stony Strat- 
ford, Northants; 47 Clarges Street, 
Piccadilly, W. 

Grafton and Armidale, N.S.W., 2 bp. 
of (1867). rt. rev. James Francia 
Turner, d.d., s. of rt. hon. lord-justice 
sir James Turner ; b. 1827 ; m. dr. of 
Benjamin Torsbie, Newcastle-on-Tyne : 
M.A. Durham, rector of north Tidworth, 
Marlborough, 1859-68, bp. of Grafton 
from 1868. 
Grafton, New South Wales. 

Graham, earl ; vide Montrose. 

Graham, maior-gen. Allan Hamilton,, 
K.A. ; b. 1818 : retired on full pay as 
col. 

Graham, sir Frederick Ulrick, 8 bart. 
(1783), 8. of rt. hon. air James Graham, 
O.C.B., M.P. ; b. 1820 ; m. lady Jane 
Hermione, dr. of 12 duke of Somerset ; 
attach^ atYienna in 1842, ex-lieut. 1 
life guards, dep.-lieut. of Giunberland, 
and high sheriff in 1866, ex-capt. West- 
morelfuid and Cumberland yeomanry. 

Carlton, TraveUert^ ; Netherby, Car- 
lisle ; 30 Grosvenor Gardens, Eaton 
Square, S. W, 

Graham, gen. sir Fortescne, b.m. 
K.C.B., 8. of col. Bichard Graham, royal 
marines ; b. 1794 ; m. 1. dr. of George 
Palliser; 2. dr. (rf.) of capt, Lowcay, 
and widow of adnural Blight : served m 
America, Canada, Spain, and China, 
commanded the royal marine battalion 
at the capture of Bomarsund 1854, aide- 
de-camp to the Queen 1854-57. com- 
manded Portsmouth division of royal 
marines 1855-57, 1866-70. 

Army and Navy ; 47 Dumford St., 
Stonehouse, Devon. 

Graham, coL Gerald, R.E., v.c, o.b. ; 
m. dr. of G. Durrant, Elmham Hall, 
Suffolk : served in the Crimea and in 
China 1860, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidie. 

Graham, lieut. -gen. Henry Hope, o.b. ; 
m. dr. of B. Lowcay : served m China 
1852-59, and commanded the second 



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brigade of the expeditionary force against 
Canton. 
2d Aibanf/y Piccadillt/, W. 

Ctraham, nugor-gen. Josepli : retired 
on full pay aa col. Bengal infantry. 

Chraham, air Reginald Henry, 8 bart. 
(1662) b. 1835 : served in the Crimea, 
ex-capt. 14 ft. « ,, , 

White's. Army and Navy, Boodle s ; 
Norton Com/era, Ripon ; Limmer*8 
MoUly George Street, Hanover Square, 

rr. 

Oraham, sir Robert James Stuart, 10 
bart. (1629) b. 1846. 
Montreal, Catiada. 

Oraham, sir Sandford, f.s.a., 8 bart. 
(1808) b. 1821 ; m. dr. (d.) of 2 marq. 
of Anglesey : ex-capt. grenadier guards. 
Reform, TraveUera' j Kiretall, York- 
shire; Wherstead Lodge, Ipswich; 
Qiteenbury House, Neumarket. 

Oraham, lord William Montagu, s. of 
3 duke of Montrose ; b. 1807 ; m. hon. 
Harriet, dr. of 1 baron Bateman, and 
widow of G. A. C. Dashwood, 71ft.: 
ex-capt. Coldstream guards, dep.-lieut. 
of Herefordshire. m.p. (c^ Grantham 
1852-67, Herefordshire 1868-65. 

Carlton, Omrd^ ; Caistor St, Ed- 
mund, Norwich. 

Oraham, lady Jane Hermione ; b. 1832 ; 
vide sir Frederick H. Graham, 3 bart. 

Chraliam, dow.-lady. Amelia, dr. of 
William John Akers; m., as his third 
wife, sir Edward Graham, 9 bart. of 
£sk. 

Oraham, dow.-lady. Henrietta, dr. of 
rev. Robert Cottam; m., as his second 
wife, sir Bellingham Reginald Graham, 
7 bart. 

Orahamatown, 8 bp. of (1858). rt. 
rev Nathaniel James Merriman, d.d. : 
archd. of Georgetown, 1847-58, dean of 
Capetown 1858-71, bp. of Gmhamsto\«i 
(400/.) fix)m 1871. ^^ ^„ 

Grahamstown, Cape of Gqpd Hope. 

Oraaard, 7 earl of (1684). George 
Arthur Hastings Forbes, k.p. ; b. 1833 ; 
m. 1. dr. of Hamilton Knox Grogan 
Morgan, m.p.. Johnstown Castle, Wex- 
ford ; 2. dr. of 12 baron Petre ; sits as 
baron Granard (1806) ; 2nd tit. vise. 
Forbes: attach^ at Dresden 1862-64, 
lord-lieut. of Leitrim 1856-72, lieut.-col. 
Westmeath militia from 1855, knight 



grand cross of the order of St. Gregory 
the Great. 

Boodle's, Junior United Service; 
Casth Forbes, Longford; Ctantugh 
Lodge, Mullingar. 
Oranby, marq. of (eld s. of duke of 

Rutland). 
Grant, archd. Antony, d.c.l. : m.a. 
Oxon., canon of Rochester (600/.J, archd. 
of Rochester from 1863, >'icar of Ayles- 
ford, Maidstone, Kent (600/.). 
Grant, sir Alexander, ll.d., 8 bart. 
(1688) b. 1826; m. dr. of professor 
Ferrier, St. Andrew's Universify : m.a. 
Oxon., inspector of schools at Madras 
1858, professor of history in Elphinstone 
College, Bombay, 1860, principal 1862, 
vice-chancellor of Bombay Lniversity 
18(53. director of public instruction in 
Bomlmy 1866, member of the legislative 
council of Bombay 1868, principal and 
vice-chancellor of Edinburgh Umversity 
from 1868. 

Oxford and Catnhridge ; 21 Lans- 
downe Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Grant, sir Archibald, 7 bart. (1706) 
b. 1823: ex-capt. 4. light dragoons, dep.- 
lieut. of Aberdeenshire. 

Army and Navy ; Monymusk, Aber- 
deen ; 5 Bury Street, St. Jauies's, S. W, 
Grant, lieut.-gen. Charles, E.A., c.B. : 
served in the Burmese war 1826-26, in 
the Aftghanistan campaign 1839-40, 
Gwalior campaign 1843, Suuej campaign 
1846, Punjab campaign 1848-49. 
Chrant, air Francis, d.c.l., s. of Francis 
Grtuit, of Kilgraston, and bro. of gen. 
sir J. Hope Grant; b. 1803 ; m. 1. dr. of 
J. Ross Farquhaiwn, of Invercauld ; 2. 
dr. of Richard and lady Elizabeth Nor- 
man : educated at Edinburgh, a distin- 
guished portrait painter, president of the 
ro}'al academy from 1866. 

Athentdum ; The Lodge, Melton 
Mowbray; 27 Sussex Place, Hanover 
Gate, Regent's Park, N. W. ; Burling- 
ton House, Piccadilly, W. 
Grant, sir Geoi^ Macpherson, 3 bart. 
(1838) b. 1839 ; m. dr. of rev. Roger 
Pockungton, vicar of Walesby, Notts: 
B.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of 'Banfl^ of 
Elgin, and of Inverness, convener of the 
county of Banff from 18/2. 

Brooks' ; Ballitidalloeh Castle, Elgin; 
Invereshie House, Inverness, 
Grant, col. James Augostus, c.B., c.s.i., 
s. of rev. James Grant, Nairn ; b. 1828 ; 



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m. dr. of Andrew Laurie, andniece of sir tired on fall pay as coL rojral Madras 
Peter Laurie: educated at Marischal artillery. 
eollege,Aberdeen,formerl}tint}ie Bengal I Ghrant, col. William James Esten, E.A., 



staff corps. 

BaiavU, JDmgicaU^ CaUhneu ; 7 
Fark Square WeU, lUjfmea Fork, 

Chraat, sir John Peter, o.c.x.a, k.c.b., 
B. of sir John Peter Ghwit, of Rathie- 
murchus, Perth, m.p., Judge at Cal- 
cutta ; b. 1807; m. dr. of Trevor CMchely 
Plowden, Ben^ civil service : entered 
the Bengal civil service 1828, under- 
secretary to the government of Bengal 
1836, secretary 1848-62, secretary to the 
governor-gen. in council for the home 
department 1852-54, member of the 
council of Ijidia 1864-69, lieut.-goTemor 
of Bengal 1869-02, governor of Jamaica 
1866-73. 

OrimtUUy Ath^uewn ; Wilienhall, 
WhetsUme, Sert$. 
Btvut, mig.-gen. John Thornton, c.b. ; 
b. 1810: served in China with 49 ft., 
and in the Crimea, officer of the legion 
of honour and of the Medjidie, com- 
manding the Poonah division in Bom- 
bay firom 1869. 
€(imat, gen. sir James Hope, g.c.b., s. 
of Francis Grant, of Kilgraston, and bro. 
of sir Francis Grant, p.r.a. ; b. 1808 ; 
m. Helena, dr. of B. Taylor, chief judge 
at Apa : served in China 1842, in the 
Punjab campaign 1846-48. commanded 
the cavalry origade at Delni and Luck- 
now, commanded the forces in China 
1860, commander-in-chief at Madras 
1861-66, quartermaster-gen. 1866-69, 
commandant at Aldershot from 1870, 
coL 4 huasan 1861-66, of 9 lancers from 
1866. 

United Service ; The Grange, Fam- 
borough ; 30 Zaneaater Gate, , Hyde 
Fark, W. 
€ruit, gen. sir Patrick, o.c.m.o.,o.c.b., 
8. of maj. John Ghmnt, Auchterblair, In- 
Temeas ; b. 1804 ; m. hon. Frances, dr. 
. of 1 vise Gough : assistant-adj.-gen. of 
the Bengal army 1838-41, adj.-gen. in 
India 1846-60, commander-in-cliief in 
Kadias 1866-67, in Bengal 1867-61, 

fovemor of Malta 1867-72, col. 104 ft. 
862-63, 78 ft. fhnn 1863. governor of 
Caielsea hospital from 1874. 

Union, United Service ; Moniack^In- 
vernesa, 
CKruit, loQJ. -gen. Robert George Hunter, 
R.A. : served in Bundelcund 1844, re- 



C.B. : aide-de-camp to the Queen from 
1866, ooL on the staff of the south- 
western district 1871-73, commanding 
the royal artillery at Malta from 1873. 
Chrant, ueut-col. hon. James OgUvie, 
8. of 6 earl of Seafield ; b. 1817 ; m. 1. 
dr. of Eyre Evans, Limerick ; 2. dr. (d,) 
of sir Robert Abercromby, bart. : ex- 
capt. 42 ft., ex-maj. Inverness militia, 
M.P. (c.) Elrin and Nairn 1868-74, 
vice-lieut. of Elginshire from 1868. 

Carlton, Army and Navy ; Invereme 
Souse, Forres; 13 Cottage Road, Chi- 
chester Square, 
Grant, hon. Lewis Alexander Ogilvie, 
s. of 6 earl of Seafield ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. 
of Robert George Maunsell, Limerick : 
ex-lieut. roytl horse guards, ex-capt. 
Banflydre niilitia. 

Carlton; West Fark, Elgin. 
Grant, hon. mrs. George. Eleanor, dr. 
of sir William Gordon-Cummi^, 2 
bart.; m. hon. George Henry Saex 
Ogilvie Grant (rf.). 

Gleneam House, Crieff. 
Grant, lady Lucy, dr. of 7 earl of El- 
gin ; b. 1806 ; m. John Grant (rf.). 

Kilgraston, Bridge of Earn, FfTth" 
shire ;Ebenezer House, Gloucester Gate, 
Albanp Street, Regenfs Fark, N. W. 
Grant, dow.-ladjr. Judith, dr. of Cor- 
nelius Battelle, island of St. Croix, West 
Indies; m. sir Robert Innes Grant, 7 
bart. 
Grant, lady. Isabella Elizabeth, dr. of 
A. Grant, Tullochgriban ; m. lieuL-gen. 
sir Lewis Grant, k.c.h. {d.). coL 96 ft. 
1839-62, bro. of sir James Robert Grant, 
M.D., C.B., chief medical officer at 
Waterloo. 
Grant, lady. Lydia ; m. 1. James 
Lambert, Fowlers-Hawkhurst, Kent; 2. 
rear-adm. sir Richard Grant {d.), s. of 
Richard Ghrant, proctor at Jamaica. 
3 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, 
Grant, lady. Margaret, dr. of sir Don- 
can Davidson, Cantray, Nairn ; m. 1. rt. 
hon. sir Robert Grant, governor of Bom- 
bay ; 2. lord Josceline William Percy. 
Grantham, William, s. of Geoige Gran- 
tham, Barcombe, Sussex, high constable 
of Lewes; b. 1836; m. dr. of Richard 
Wibon, Chiddingly, Sussex: educated 
at King's College, London, called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1863, chairman 



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of the Croydon sdiool board, m.p. (o.) 
East Surrey from 1874. 

St. Stephen* 8y Carlton ; 3 Paper 
Buildinga, Temple; Sussex FUice^ South 
Norwood^ Surrey; Barcombe Place, 
Lewes. 

Grantlej, 3 baron (1782). Fletcher 
Norton ; b. 1796 ; m. dr. of sir William 
Beechey: ez-lieut. grenadier guards, 
serred at Waterloo, dep. -lieut. of 
Surrey, high steward of Guildford and 
Allerton. 

Carlton; Grantky Park, Eipony 
Yorkshire ; Wonersh, Guildford, our-- 
rey ; 10 Wilton Place, ZowftOes Square, 
S.W. 

Chranyille, 2 earl (1883). Granville 
George Leveson-Gower, f.b.8., d.c.l., 
P.O., K.o. ; b. 1815 ; m. 1. dr. of duke 
of Balberg, and widow of sir Ferdinand 
Acton. 7 bart. ; 2. Castalia Rosalind, dr. 
of Walter F. Campbell, of Islay; 2nd 
tit. lord Lereson: m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Salop, attach^ at Paris 1836- 
1886, under-secretary for foreign affiiirs 
1840-41, master of the buckhounds 1846- 
48, vice-president of the board of trade 
1848-51,foreign secretary 1861-62, 1870- 
1874, president of the council 1862-64, 
1866-&8, 1869-66. colonial secretary 
1868-70, lieut.-coL Staffordshire yeo- 
manry 1864-61. an elder bro. of Trinity 
House, chancellor of London University 
from 1866, lord warden of the cinque 
ports frt>m 1866. 

Whites, Boodles, Travellers' ; Stone 
Park, Staffordshire; JFalmer Castle, 
Dover. 

OranvillA, lady Charlotte Angnsta 
d'Ewes-, SLB. of 6 duke of Athole ; b. 
1817 ; m. rev. Court d'Ewes Granville 
(d.), hon. canon of Durham (s. of Court 
Granville, of Wellesboume) . 

Orattsn, sir Henry Christopher Bellew-, 
3 bart. (1838), s. of Thomas Arthur 
Bellew, oy dr. and co-heir of Henry 
Grattan, m.p. : b. 1860. 
Mount Bellew, Galway, 

Grattan, lady Laura Maria, sis. of 6 
earl of Dysart ; b. 1807 ; m. rt hon. 
James Grattan (d.), s. of the celebrated 
Henry Grattan, m.p. 

Tinnehinch, Wicklow ; 3 Lowndes 
Street, Belgrade Square, S. W. 

Gravel, bp. ; Me Limerick. 

§ OraTei. 4 baron (1794). Clarence Ed- 
ward Graves; b. 1847; m. dr. of sir 



Clinton Murdock, k.c.m.o.: ex-Ueut. 
royal navy. 

Wandereri ; Thanckes House, De^ 
vonport. 
Graves, col. John Crosbv, o.b., s. of 
maj.-gen. J. W. Graves ; honorary aide- 
de-camp to the vicerov of India (lord 
Northbrook), commanoant 3 Bombay 
cavalry ftt)m 1863. 
Neemuch, Bombay. 
Graves, hon. Adolphus Edward Paget, 
s. of 2 baron Graves ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of 
capt. Wriford, royal navy: ex-capt. 
69 ft. 
1 CromtoellVillas,Itiehnumd,Surrey. 
Graves, hon. Henir Richard, a. of 2 
baron Graves; b. 1818; m. Henrietta 
Wellesley : formerly a clerk of the India 
board, a distinguished portrait painter. 
Travellers*, Grafton; 19 Albert 
Mansions, Victoria Street, S. W.; Mack- 
bridge, Carshalton. 
Chraves, hon. Jane Adele, b. 1834 ; hon. 
Louisa Eleanor, b. 1840, drs. of 3 baron 
Graves. 
Gravesend Souse, Ihvonport. 
Graves, hon. Violet Georgina, dr, of 4 

baron Graves ; b. 1871. 
Graves, dow. -baroness. Louise AdMe 
Malene ; m. as his second wife, 3 baron 
Graves. 
Graves, dow.-lady. Elizabeth Anne, dr. 
of John Graves^ Mickleton, Gloucester; 
m. sir John Maxwell Steele-GraveSj 4 
bart. {d.), high sheriff of Gloucesterdure 
in 1866. 

Mickleton Manor, Campden, Glouees^ 
tershire. 
Gray, 18 baroness (1445). Margaret Mur- 
ray, dr. of John Grant, of Eij^raston, by 
dr. of 16 baron Gray ; b. 1821 ; m. insy. 
hon. David Murray (d.). 

Kinfauns Castle, Perth ; Gray 
House, Forfar ; i2 Grosvenor Gardens, 
Baton Square, S. W. 
Gray, msj.-gen. James Clarke Char- 
nock : served in the Nepaul war, and at 
the siege of Bhurtpore. ^ngal infantry. 
Gray, sir John, m.d. ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. 
of C. Dwyer. Limerick: chairman of 
the waterworks committee of the city of 
Dublin, lord mayor of Dublin 1868, pro- 
prietor of the Dublin " Freeman's Jour- 
nal," M.p. (h.e.) Eilkennyfrom 1866. 
Whitehall; CharleviUe Souse, Bath- 
mines, Dublin. 
Gray, John Hamilton, aM.o. : fonnerlj 
chief member of the executive govem- 



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ment of Prince Edward island, president 
of the executiye council of Pnnoe Ed- 
ward island, adjutant-gen. of the liince 
Edward island militia. 

Gray. ladvEmilie Caroline, sis. of 2 
earl of Limerick ; b. 1815 ; m. rer. 
Henry Gray (dX b. of bp. Gray of Bris- 
tol, and bro. of Dp. Gray of Capetown. 
otantkruriekf Frome, 

Chraydon, maj.-gen. Geoi^ge, r. a. : served 
in the Crimea, retired on full pay as col. 

Greathead, maj.-gen. sir Edward Har- 
ris. D.c.L^ K.C.B., s. of E. Greathead, 
Uodens. Dorset, by dr. of sir Ilichara 
Carr Glyn, 1 bart of Gaunts; b. 1812 ; 
m. 1. dr. of archd. Hartwell ; 2. dr. of 
rer. George Tufeell ; 3. dr. of sir (George 
B. Otbom, 6 bart. : assist.-<iuarterma9- 
ter-gen. of the northern district 1860- 
63, distinguished himself in the Indian 
mutiny, aaBist.-adjutant-gen. in Dublin 
186S»^, commanding the eastern dis- 
trict in Ei^land from 1872. 

UmUd 8ervio0y Traveller 8* ; Uddens 
Moute, Wimbomej Dorset, 

Greafhead, coL William Wilberforce 
Harris, B.B., c.b., s. of E. Greathead, 
Uddens, Dorset, and bro. of maj.-gen. 
sir E. Harris Greathead ; b. 1826 ; m. 
dr. of rev. Archer Clire, Whitfield, 
Hereford: serred in the Punjab cam- 
paign, and in the Indian mutiny, as- 
sistant military secretary at head-quar- 
ters 1860-65, chief engineer public 
works department, first class, and joint 
secretary to the north-west provinces of 
India. 

OreavM, col. Geoige Bichards, o.b., s. 
of capt. George Groaves, 60 ft. : dep.-as- 
sist. -adjutant-gen. in the Euso&ie ex- 
pedition 185& dep. -assist. -quarter-mas- 
ter-gen. in New Zealand 1864-69, dep.- 
a8Bist.-adjutant-gen. at head-quarters 
1870-74, chief of the staff in the Ashan- 
tee expedition 1874, assist-adjutant- 
gen. at head-quarters from 1874, lieut.- 
ool. h. p. 70 ft. 

Green, maj.-gen. Andrew Pellatt Scrim- 
shire, B.A. : retired on fiillpay as col. 

10 South Eaton Flaeiy EaUm Square, 
S.W, 

Chreen, inig.-gen. Charles J., R.A.: for- 
merly in the Madras artillery. 

Medical; 52 Ghueetter Gardens, 
HydeFark, W, 

ChreMi, lieat.-gen. sir Edward, K.C.B., a. 
of James Groen, London ; b. 1810 ; m. 



Emma, dr. of T. Eaton, royal navy : as- 
sist. -aojutant-gen. in Scmde 1843-53, 
dep.-adjutant-gen. Bombay army 1854- 
56. adjutant-gen. 1856-61, commanded 
a oivision of the Bombay army 1862-65. 
East India United Service ; ElUnff* 
ton Mottse, Tvddiftgton, Middlesex; 
Fillhead, Bideford, Devon. 

Oreen-Emmett-Bawdon, maj.-gen. Ed- 
ward Alfred, s. of George Green, Harley 
Street ; b. 1819 ; m. Charlotte, dr. of 
capt. George Reyland, 16 lancers: for- 
merly in the Bombay army. 

East India United Service ; Eawdon. 
Leeds, 

Green, maj.-gen. George Wade Guy, 
C.B., 8. of rev. G. Waae Green, Court 
Henry, Carmarthen ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. of 
W. Carter, Troy, Jamaica : served in 
Scinde, and in the Pui^ab, commanded 
the Punjab infuitry during the Indian 
mutiny. Bengal staff corps. 

Green, sir John, c.b. : acting consul- 
gen, in Egypt 1855, 1857, 18^, consul- 
gen, at Bucharest from 1867. 

Green, col. Malcolm Scrimshire, c.b. : 
formerly in the Bombay army. 

Green, gen. Thomas Littleton : em- 
ployed against the insurgent Boyanah 
m iLittoor 1830, and in the Goomsoor 
zemindary 1836 and 1847. Madras in- 
fimtry. 

Green, col. sir William Henry Bhodes, 
C.B., K.C.8.I., s. of sir Andrew Pellatt 
Green, k.c.h. ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of Jn.Hy. 
Dimn, receiver-general of Canada : ad- 
jutant of Scinde irregular horse 1846, 
served in the Punjab campaign, and in 
the Crimean war under Omar Pasha, 
knight of the Medjidie, political super- 
intendent of Upper Scinde 186^70, 
honorary aide-de-camp to the governor- 
general of India (lord Nombrook). 
JSombay staff corps. 

United Service; 36 St, Georges 
Eoady Eccleston Square, S, W, 

Green, hon. mrs. Cassandra Julia, dr. 
of 2 baron Hawke; b. 1772; m. 1. 
Samuel Estwicke, Barbadoes; 2. rev. 
Stephen Sloane ; 3. Thomas Green. 

Greenall, Gilbert, s. of Edward Gieen- 
all, Wilderspool, Cheshire, and bro. of 
Peter Greenall, m.p. ; b. 1806 ; m. 1. dr. 
of David Ckughton; 2. dr. of J. L. 
Bapp: dep.-lieut. of Cheshire, and of 
Lancashire, and high sheriff of Che^ire 

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in 1873, a brewer and glass manufac- 
turer at WarruiatonjM.P. (c.) "Warring- 
ton 1847-68, and from 1874. 

Carlton^ National; Walton Hall, 
Warrington^ Lancashire, 
Greene, Ueat.-col. Donunic Garsfield, 
B.A., G.B. : served in India as aide-de- 
camp to sir Jbhn Dupms 1867-58, com- 
manded the field artillery at the action 
of Paddoo Nuddee, and was present at 
Cawnpore. 
Chreene, Edward, s. of Benjamin Greene, 
Bussell Square, a west India proprietor; 
b. 1816 ; m. 1. dr. of rev. G. Smythies, 
rector of Staground, Peterborough ; 2. 
dr. of C. Piideaux-Brune, Pndeaux 
Place, Cornwall, and widow of sir 
William Hoste, 2 bart. : dep.-lieut. of 
Suffolk, a brewer in Bury St. Edmunds, 
X.P. (c.) Bury St. Edmunds from 1866. 
Carlton ; Ixworth Abbey Bury St, 
Edmund*, Sujolk. 
Oreene, ool. Thomas Godfrey, c.b. : 
ex-director of engineering and archi- 
tectural works under the admiralty. 
Greene, hon. mrs. Louisa Lelias, or. of 
8 baron Plunket; b. 1833 ; m. Bichard 
J. Greene (s. of rt. hon. mr. baron 
Greene). 
St, Valerie, Bray, Dublin, 
Oreenhill-Oardyne, hon. mrs. Amelia 
Anne, dr. of 7 vise. Strathallan : b. 
1836 ; m. capt. Charles Greenhill-Gar- 
dyne, ex-ooloiBtream guards, dep.-lieut. 
of Forfarshire. 

Ouard^j Glenfona Souse, Arot, 
Isle of Mull, Argylethire; Finavon, 
Forfar. 
Chreenoek, baron (eld. s. of earl of Oath- 

cart) Ahm Cathcart ; b. 1866. 
Greer, coL Henry Harpur, c.b., s. of 
J. Greer, Moy, Tyrone ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. 
of venerable Edmund Knox, EiUaloe: 
served in New Zealand 1864-66, ex- 
lieut.-col. 68 ft., dep.-lieut. of Tyrone. 

United Service ; The Grange, Moy, 
Tyrone, 
Gregg, bp. ; vide Cork. 
Gregory, Welby- ; vide Welby. 
GregoxT, George Burrow, s. of John 
Swarbreck Gregory. Shoreham, Kent; 
b. 1818; m. dr. of R. E. Price: m.a. 
Cantab., partner in Gregory, Rowcliffes, 
and Co., solicitorB, treasurer of the 
Poundling hospital, m.p. (c.) east Sus- 
sex from 1868. 
Carkon; 1 Bedford JRoic, W.C; 



BoarzeU, Hurat Green, Sussex ; Found* 
ling Hospital, Guildford Street, W,C. 

Gregory, rt. hon. William Henry, P.O., 
s. of Robert Gregory, Coole Park, Gal- 
way; b. 1817; m. widow (d.) of James 
Temple Boudoin: m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. of Galway, and high sheriff in 
1849, M.p. (c.) Dubhn city, 1842-47. 
Galway county 1867-72, governor of 
Ceylon from 1872. 

Garriek, Carlton ; Coole Park, Gort, 
Galway, 



QngOTj, hon. mrs. Caroline, sis. of S 
vise. Hood ; b. 1806 ; m. Arthur Francis 
Gregory (d.) 
Styveehale, Coventry, Warwick, 

Greig, major John James, c.b. ; m. dr. 
(d^ of J. McMurdo : ex-major 24 ft., 
chief constable at Liverpool. 
63 Bodney Street, Liverpool, 
GrenfsU, vice-adm. Sydney, c.b. ; b. 
1810 ; m. dr. of J. Sweetland, Hennosa, 
Teignmouth: at &e bombardment of 
GeMul in Syria he and a sailor went 
back and rescued a flag under a de- 
structive fire, and at the storming of 
Sidon captured a considerable quantity 
of provisions on their way from Sidon 
to Bejrrout. 
Grenville, Ralph Neville, s. of hon. 
and very rev. George Neville Grenville, 
dean of Windsor; b. 1817; m. dr. of 
sir Robert Frankland RusselL 7 bart : 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut of Somerset, 
and high sheriff in 1862, a lord of the 
treasury in 1846, lieut.-coL West Somer- 
set yeomanry 1863-70, m.p. (c.) Wind- 
sor 1841-47, east Somerset 1866-68, Mid- 
Somerset from 1868. 

Carlton; Butleigh Court, Glaston- 
bury, Somerset, 
Grenville, lady Mary Temple-Nu^nt- 
Brydges-Chandos-. d. 18o2 : heirees- 
presimiptive to tne Scotch barony of 
Kinloss ; lady Anne Temple-Nugent- 
Brydges-Chandos-,b. 1863 ; lady Caroline 
Jemima Temple - Nugent - Brydges - 
Chandos, b. 1866, drs. of 3 duke of Buck- 
ingham. 
7 Chandos Street, Cavendish Square. 

Grenville, lady Charlotte Neville-, dr. 
of 3 earl of Dartmouth; b. 1789; m. 
hon. and very rev. George Neville- 
Grenville {d.), dean of Windsor. 

OrehardNevUle, Glastonbury, Somer^ 
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Presley, sir Thomas, 11 bart. (1811) 
b. 1866. 

NeiherseaUHaUyAakby'de'la-Zouehey 
LeicMter shire. 

^Iwiley, dow.-lady. Laura Anne, dr. 
of Bobert WiUJains, and niece of sir 
Eichard WilHams-Bulkeley, bort. ; m. 
sir Thomas Grealey, 10 bart. 

«r8viUe, 1 baron (1869). Fnlke South- 
well Oreyille-Nugent; b. 1821 ; m. only 
dr. of 1 mara. of Westmeath : assumed 
the name of Nugent in addition to his 
patronvmic, m.p. (l.) Lonfford 1852-69, 
«ol. of Westmeath militia from 1860, 
lord-lieut. of Westmeath from 1871. 

Traveller^, Beform; Chnyn Cattle, 
DehiHf Westmeath; Clonteen, EoS' 
common; North Mymme Fork, Sat- 
feld, HerU; 34 Groevenor Square, W, 

<hrevill6, hon. Alwyn Heniy, s. of 4 
earl of Warwick; b. 1854: lieut 60 ft. 

Orerille, hon. Louis Geoige, s. of 4 
earl of Warwick; b. 1866. 

^^reyille, lady Eva Sarah Louisa, dr. of 
4 earl of Warwick ; b. 1860. 

erevllle-Vugent, hon. Algernon Wm. 
Fulke, eld. s. of 1 baron Oreville ; b. 
1841 ; m. lady Violet, dr. of 4 duke of 
Montrose: ex-capt. 1 life guards, a 
junior lord of the treasury 1873-74, 
groom in waiting to the Queen 1869-73, 
m-Ml.) Westmeath 1866-74. 

Whites. Brooki ; Kiidare Street 
Club. Dublin; 3 Hereford Gardens, 
Fork Lane, W. 

Chrerille-Vagent, hon. George Fredk., 
s. of 1 baron GieTille ; b. 1m2 ; m. dr. 
of general H. A. Hankey: m.p. (l.) 
Longford, 1870-74. 

Reform; 31 St. Georges Soad, 
JBeeleston Square, S. W. 

^hreyille-Vagent, hon. Eeginald James, 
s. of 1 baron Greville ; b. 1848 ; m. sis. 
of 2 baron Churston: ex-capt coldstream 
guards, m.p. (l.) Longford 1869-70. 

^Greyille-Vngent, hon. Patrick Emilins 
John, s. of 1 baron Grerille ; b. 1862. 

^reyille-Vngent, hon. Eobert South- 
well, 8. of 1 baron Greville ; b. 1847. 

•Greville-Vngent, lady Violet Beatrice, 
b. 1842; vide hon. Algernon WiUiam 
Fulke Greville-Nugent. 

<Jrey,8 earl (1802). HenryGrey,o.c.M.o., 
p.c, K.o. ; b. 1802 ; m. dr. of sir 
Joseph Ck)pley, 3 bart; 2nd tit vise. 
Howick : m.a. Cantab., under-seeretary 
lor the colonies 1830-33, for the home 



department in 1834, war secretary 
1835-39, colonial secretair 1846.62» 
M.p. (L.) Winchelsea 1826-30, Higham 
Ferrers 1831. north Northumberland 
1831-41, Sunderknd 1841-46. lord-lieut 
of Northumberland fitmi 1847. 

AtheMSum, Travellers' ; Howiek 
House, Alnwiek, Northumberland; 13 
Carlton House Terrace, S. W. 

Grey de Grobj, baron (eld. a. of earl of 
Stamford). 

Grey deBnfhyiiydow. -baroness. Anna 
Maria, dr. of WiUiam Eelham ; b. 1792 ; 
m. 1. twentieth baron Grey de Euthyn ; 
2. hon. and rev. William Eden id,). 

Grey de Wilton, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Wilton). Arthur Edward Holland Grey 
Groevenor Egerton ; b. 1833 ; m. dr. of 
2 earl of Craven : ex-lieut 1 life guards, 
ex-capt duke of Iimcaster's yeomanry, 
lieut-col. commandant 6 Lancashire 
rifle volunteers from 1863, m.p. (c.) 
Wepiouth 1869-66, Bath 1873-74. 

lo WiUon Crescent, Belarave Square, 
S.W. 

Qt^j, adm. hon. sir Frederick Wil- 
liam, O.C.B., s. of 2 earl Grey ; b. 1806 ; 
m. dr. of rev. Frederick Sullivan, vicar 
of Kimpton, Herts: commanded the 
*'Endymion'* in China 1842, and the 
*^ Hannibal" in the Crimea 1864, rear- 
adm.-superintendent in the Bosphorus 
1856-56, commander-in-chief at the 
Cape station 1857-60, a lord of the 
admiralty 1861-66. 

United Service; Lynwood, Sunning^ 
dale, Berks. 

Qrej, rt. hon. sir George, g.c.b., P.O., 
2 bart. (1814). nephew of 2 earl Grey ; 
b. 1799 ; m. dr. of bp Eyder of Lien- 
field : M.A. Oxon.. called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1826j^der-secretary for 
the colonies 1836-39, judge-advocate- 
general 1839-41, secretary for home de- 
partment 1846-62, 1866-58, 1861-66, for 
the colonies 1864-66, chancellor of the 
duchy of Lancaster 1841, and 1869-61, 
M.p. (l.) Devonport 1832-47, Northum- 
berland 1847-52, Morpeth 1853-74, dep.- 
lieut. of Northumbenand. 

Athenaum, Reform; Fallodcn, Chat" 
hill, Northumberland. 

Qhnj, sir George Edward, ll.d., k.o.b., 
8. of ool. Grey, 30 ft ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. 
of sir Eichard Spencer, k.h., governor 
of west Australia : ex-capt 83 ft., at the 
head of an exploring expedition in south 
Australia 1837-40, li^t.-govemQr of 

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south Australia 184(M6, goyemor of 
New Zealand 1846-64. of the Cape 
1854-61, of New Zealand 1861-67. 

Junior United Service^ AtheMfum, 
Colonial. 

Brejf mig.-gen. John "William : retired 
on full pay as lieut.-ool. 85 ft. 

Grey, sir William, K.c.s.i., s. of hon. 
and rt. rev. bp. Grey, of Hereford ; b. 
1818; m. 1. dr. of W. Jackson: 2. 
Geornna, dr. of Trevor Chichely Plow- 
den, bengal civil service: m.a. Oxon., 
in the Bengal civil service 1849-71, 
lieut.-govemor of Bengal 1867-71, of 
Jamaica from 1873. 
Orientaly Athenawn, 

^ntej, hon. and rev. Francis Richard, 
8. of 2 earl Grey; b. 1813: m. kdy 
Elizabeth, dr. of 6 earl of Carlisle : m.a. 
Cantab., hon. chaplain 3 Northumber- 
land rine volunteers from 1860, hon. 
canon of Durham fit>m 1863, rector fit>m 
1842 of Morpeth, Northumberland 
(1611/.) 

Grey, aom. hon. George, s. of 2 earl 
Grey ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. of gen. hon. sir 
Patrick Stuart: capt. of the port at 
Gibraltar 1846-56, superintendent of 
Portsmouth dockyard 1858-63. king of 
arms of the order of the Batn, magis- 
trate for Bucks. 

United Service ; Tewdeny Sambledon, 
Menley-on^ Thames, 

Grey, hon. Hanr Cavendish, 8. of 2 
earl Grey; b. 1814: ex-capt. 52 ft., 
dep.-Heut. of Northumberland, ex-capt. 
5 Northumberland rifle volunteers. 

Grey, hon. and rev. John, s. of 2 earl 
Grey; b. 1812; m. 1. dr. of 1 mar^. of 
Bristol ; 2. Helen, dr. of John Spaldmg, 
Holme, New Galloway: m.a. Cantab., 
hon. canon of Durham, rector firom 
1847 of Eoughton^k'Spring. Durham 
(1600/.). 
Athenaeum, 

Grey, lady Elizabeth Anne ; b. 1816 ; 
vide hon. and rev. Francis Grey. 

Grey, lady Geoigina, dr. of 2 earl 
Grey ; b. 1801. 
Keneington Palaeey W. 

Bfrej, hon. mrs. Charles. Caroline, dr. 
of sir Thomas Harvie Farquhar, 2 bart. ; 
b. 1814 ; m. gen. hon. Charles Grey (rf.), 
private secretary to the Queen: an 
extra woman of the bedchamber to the 
Queen from 1870. 

Colour Court. 8t, Jame8*B Palace^ 
S.W. 



Chrey, hon. lady. Charlotte, dr. of sir 
Charles Des Yaux, bart. ; m. hon. sir 
Henry George Grey, o.c.b. {d,) 
7 Seamore Flace, Mayfair, W, 

Grey, lady. Rosa Louisa, dr. of capt. 
Sturt, reyal navy; m. gen. sir John 
Grey, of Morwick, k.c.b. (rf.), oom- 
manaer-in-chief at Bombay 1850-52, 
cousin of 1 earl Grey. 

Thurhw Flace,^ Lower Kortrood, 
Surrey. 

Grienon, sir Alexander William, 7 bart. 
(1685) b. 1820; m. dr. of Robert Day, 
Hants : ex-lieut. 78 ft. 

Lag and Rock Hally Dumfriee; Great 
Bridge HouseytHomseyy Hants. 

Grieve, James Johnston, s. of R. 
Grieve, Kiektor, Killin, Perth ; b. 1810 ; 
m. 1. dr. of A. Richardson; 2. dr. of 
ool. Charles John HilL HalifcLx, Nova 
Scotia : partner in the firm of Bain and 
Johnston, Newfoundhmd and Greenock, 
provost of Greenock, m.p. (l.) GreenodL 
from 1868. 
Reform ; Levan^ Gourock, Greenock* 

Griffith, lieut.-gen. Henry Darby, o.B., 
bro. of Christopher Darby Griffith, m.p. : 
served in the Crimea in command of the 
Scots greys, knight of the Medjidie, 
col. 5 lancers from 1872. 
Margarettay Ihmdrufny Dublin. 

Griffith, Philippe. 9. : secretary of lega- 
tion in Greece 1837-52, at Washington 
1852-54, charge d'aflldres in Columbia 
1854-65. 
. Thatched House dub. 

Griffith, sir Richard John, F.R.8.E., 
LL.D., 1 bart. (1858) b. 1784; m. dr. 
(d.) of George Waldie, Hendersjde, 
Koxbuivh: a civil engineer, chairman 
of the Jjish board of works 1851-64, a 
member of the senate of Queen's uni- 
versity, Ireland. 

Athmaum; Munster-GrillaghyLon' 
donderry: Fencraig^ Anglesey; 2FUz^ 
William FlaeCy Dubltn. 

Griffith!, hon. mrs. Emily Wingfield, 
dr. of 13 baron Save and Sele ; b. 1828 ; 
m. 1. Thomas Guy Gisbome, Toxall 
Lodge. Stafford; 2. John Harward 
Griffiths, b. 1822, b.c.l. Oxon., dep.- 
lieut. 01 Hereford, capt. Ha^fordshire- 
militia tnan 1859. 

Conservative; The Weir. Hereford ; 
Yoxall Lodge, Burton-on^Tretit. 

Grimston, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Vera- 
him). JamesWalterGTimston;b.l852r 

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lieut. 1 life gxiards, ex-lieut. Herts 
militia. Gorhatnburyy St. AlbatCs, 

CMmston, hon. and rev. Edward Har- 
bottle, 8. of 1 earl of Verulam ; b. 1812 ; 
m. dr. of John Philip Morier, cousin of 
5 marq. of Hertford: m.a. Oxon., m.p. 
8t. Alban's 1835-41, rector of Pebmarsh 
Halstead, Essex (550/.)) and also of 
Henny, Essex (442/.). 

Carlton ; Pebmarsh Rectory , Burets 
Colchester. 

Orimston, hon. Robert, s. of 1 earl of 
Verulam; b. 1816: m.a. Oxon. 

24 Mount Street. Oroavenor Square^ 
W. 

Orimiton, hon. Robert, s. of 2 earl of 
Verulam ; b. 1860. 

Orimfton, hon. William, iln., s. of 2 
carl of Verulam ; b. 1855. 

CMmstoxL hon. mrs. Francis, dr. of 
John Pliilip Morier, cousin of 5 voBXf^. 
of Hertford; m. hon. and rev. Francis 
Sylvester Grimston (</.) , rector of Wakes- 
Colne, Essex. 

0rimston, lady Haniet Elizabeth, b. 
1845; lady Jane, b. 1848; lady Maud, 
b. 1867, drs. of 2 earl of Verulam. 

Orinitead, baron ; vide Enniskillen. 

Qrogan, sir Edward, 1 bart. (1859) b. 
1802 ; m. dr. of sir Beresford B. Mac 
Mahon, 2 bart. : m.a. Dublin, called to 
the Irish bar 1840, dep. -lieut. of Dublin 
county, M.p. (c.) Dublin city 1841-65. 

Carlton; Moyrore^ Westmeath; 10 
Harcourt Street, Dublin. 

Groome, ven. archd. Robert Hindes: 
M.A. Cantab., archd. of Suffolk from 
1869, rector from 1845 of Monk Soham, 
Wickham Market (6201.). 

Chrosvenor, earl(eld. s. of 1 duke of West- 
minster). Victor Alexander Grosvenor ; 
b. 1853 ; m. lady Sibell, dr. of 9 earl of 
Scarborough. 

Oroflvenor, hon. Algernon Henry, s. of 
1 baron Eburj-; b. 1846: lieut. rifle 
brigade. 

jVaval and Military ; 35 Park Street, 
W. 

Oroflvenor, hon. Norman de TAigle, s. 

• of 1 baron Ebury; b. 1845: ex-capt. 
grenadier guards, m.p. (l.) Chester 
1869-74. 

Guards^ ; 35 Park Street, Grosvenor 

• Square, W. 

Oroflvenor, hon. Richard Cecil, s. of 1 
baron Ebury; b. 1848: b.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1872. 



2 Harcourt Buildings, Tetnpk; 
E.C.; 35 Park Street, Grosvenor 
Square, W. 

Groflvenor, cant. hon. Robert Welles- 
ley, eld. 8. of 1 baron Ebury ; b. 1834 ; 
m. non. Emilie, dr. of 1 baron Annaly : 
ex-lieut. 1 Ufe guards, m.p. (l.) West- 
minster 1865-74. 

Brooks* ; Moor Park,RiekmannDorthy 
Herts ; 62 Qtimt'« Gate, South Ken- 
sington, 8. W. 

Groflvenor, hon. Thomas George, s. of 
1 baron Eburv ; b. 1842 : third secretary 
of legation at'lBeme, Vienna, and Copen- 
hagen 1866-69, second secretary at Pekin 
1871-73, at Berlin from 1873. 

Groivenor, hon. Victoria Charlotte, b. 
1832 ; hon. Albertine Frances, b. 1840, 
drs. of 1 baron Ebury. 

35 Park Street, Grosvenor Square^ 
S.W. 

Grosvenor, lord Arthur Hugh, s. of 1 
duke of Westminster ; b. 1860. 

Grosvenor, lord Henry (Jeoree, s. of 1 
duke of Westminster ; b. 1861. 

Grosvenor, rt. hon. lord Richard de 
Aquila, p.c, s. of 2 marq. of Westmin- 
ster; b. 1837; m. Beatrix, dr. of 3 
vise, de Vesci : m.a. Cantab^, ex-lieut. 
rojral navy, lieut.-col. Dorset yeomanry 
from 1870, vice-chamberlain to the 
Queen's household 1872-74, m.p. (l.) 
Flintshire from 1861. 

White's, Brooks* :Stalbridye, Bland' 
ford, Dorset; 76 Brook Street, Gros^ 
venor Square, W. 

Grosvenor, lord Robert Edward, s. of 1 
duke of Westminster ; b. 1867. 

Grosvenor, lady Elizabeth Harriet, b. 
1856 ; lady Beatrice Constance, b. 1858 ; 

lady. , b. 1873, drs. of 1 duke of 

Westminster. 

Grosvenor, lady Theodora, dr. of 2 
marq. of Westminster ; b. 1840. 

Grove, sir Thomas Eraser, 1 bart. 
(1874), s. of John Grove, of Feme, by 
ar. of sir William Eraser, 3 bart. ; b. 
1823 ; m. dr. of hon. Walter O'Grady, 
Q.c. : ex-capt. 6 dragoons, dep.-lieut. of 
Wilts, and high sheriff m 1863, capt. 
Wilts yeomanry from 1856, m.p. (l.) 
South WUts 1865-74. 

Army and Navy, Boodle* s; Feme^ 
Salisbury. 

Grove, sir William Robert, f.r.8., s. of 
John Grove, dep.-lieut. of Glamorgan- 
shire; b. 1811; m. d|-. of J. Diston 

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Powles, Summit House, Middlesex '• 
M.A. Oxon., called to the har at Lincoln's 
Inn 1835. queen's counsel 1863, chair- 
man of tne Britiah association in 1868. 
author of *^ The Correlation of Physical 
Forces," member of the academies of 
Eome^ Turin, etc., seijeant-at-law 1871, 
a justice in tne court of common pleas 
(jmOl.) from 1871. 

Athirutum ; 116 Harley Street, 
Cavendish Sqnare, W, 

Ombbe, capt. "Walter James Hunt, 
K.N., G.B., nephew of maj.-gen. John 
Heneage GruDbe, Eastwell. Potteme, 
Deyizes ; b. 1834 ; m. Mary Anne^. of 
Villiam Codrington, Wrou^hton, Wilts : 
commanded the naval bngade in the 
Ashantee expedition 1874. 
Eattwell, Fbtteme, Devizes, Wilts, 

Oubbins, Frederick Bebb, o.b., s. oi 
gen. Joseph Gubbins: in the Bengal 
civil service 1836-63. 

0iienti6y, baron (eld. s. of earl of 
Aylesford). 

Ouernsey, dean of (Winch.); vide C. 
Brock. 

0iieit, sir Ivor Bertie, 2 bart. (1888) 
b. 1836 ; m. lady Cornelia, dr. of 7 duke 
of Marlborough: m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Dorset, high sheriff of Glamor- 
ganshire in 1862. 

Brooks*, St. James's; JDowlais Mouse, 
Merthyr TydvU, Glamorgan ; Canford 
Manor, Wimbome, Dorset ; 22 Arling- 
ton Street, 8, W, 

Oueit, lady Cornelia Henrietta ; b. 
1847 ; vide sir Ivor Guest. 

Oviana, I bp. of (1842). rt. rev. 
William Piercy Austin, d.d., s. of 
William Austin, Demerara ; b. 1807 ; m. 
dr. of col. Henderson, Foswell Bank, 
Perthshire : m.a. Oxon., archd. of British 
Guiana 1836-42, bp. of Guiana ^000/.) 
from 1842. Kingstown House, George- 
totPHy Demerara. 

Guildford, 7 earl of (1752). Francis 
Dudley North ; b. 1861 ; m. dr. of sir 
George Chetwynd, 3 bart. ; 2nd tit. lord 
North : ex-lieut. royal horse guards. 

Guards' ; Waldershare Park, Dover ; 
Glenham Hall, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 

Onildford, suffragan bp. of (1874). rt. 
rev. John S. Utterton. s. of col. Utter- 
ton, Heath Lodge, Caroydon ; b. 1813 ; 
m. Eleanor Storr: vicar of Famham 
1863-74, canon of Winchester from 1860, 



archd. of Surrey fit)m 1869, suffiragan 
bp. of Guildford from 1874. 

CasUe Hill House, Famham, Surrey ; 
The Close, Winchester. 

§Chiillft]iiore, 4 vise. (1881). Paget 
StandishO'Grady;b. 1836. 
Cahir Guillamore, Bruff, Limerick. 

Giiinneia, sir Arthur, 2 bart. (1867> 
b. 1849 ; m. lady Olivia Charlotte, dr. of 
3 earl of Bantry : m.a. Dublin, m.p. 
(c.) Dublin iafe-69, and from 1874, 
aep.-lieut. of Dublin. 

^rational, Carlton ; St. Ann£s, Clofi- 
tarf, Dublin; Ash ford, Galwaw ; 80 
Stephen's Green. Dublin; Kudare" 
street Club, Dublin ; 27 Norfolk Street^ 
Park Lane, W. 

GuinneM, lady Olivia Charlotte ; b; 
1860 ; vide sir Arthur Guinness. 

OniM, sir William Vernon, 4 bart. 
(1783) b. 1816 ;m. dr. of rev. D. H. 
Lee-Warner, Walsingham Abbey, Nor- 
folk: ex-lieut. 76 ft., dep.-heut. of 
Gloucestershire, and high sheriff in 1872, 
lieut.-col. Gloucestershire rifle volun- 
teers from 1866. 

Athenaum ; £lmore Court, Glouces^ 
ter; 11 Clifford Street, Bond Street, W, 

Oniie, col. John Christopher, r.c^ 
C.B., s. of gen. sir J. Guise, o.c.b., 3 
bart. ; b. 1826 ; m. Isabella, dr. of rev. 
Arthur and hon. Catherine Newcombe : 
served in the Crimea, and in the Indian 
mutiny, lieut. -col. h.p. 90 ft. 
St. Valeran, Gorey, Wexford. 

Oull, sir WiUiam Withey, m.d., d.c.l., 
P.B.8., 1 bart. (187^, s. of John Gull, 
Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex; b. 1816; m. 
dr. or col. J. Dacre Lacy : Fullerianj)ro-« 
fessor at the royal institution 1847-49, 
member of the senate of London imi- 
versity, consulting physician to Guy's 
hospital frt)m 1871, member of the 
meoical general council, physician in 
ordinary to the prince of Wales from 
1872, physician extraordinary to the 
Queen from 1872. 74 Brook Street, W. 

Ounning, rev. sir Henry John, 4 bart. 
(1778) b. 1797; m. dr. of W. Ralph 
Cartvrright, of Aynhoe, Northants, m.p. : 
M.A. Oxon., rector of Wigan 1833-64, 
lord of the manor of Horton. 

Union; Horton House, Northamp^ 
ton. 

Gnrdon, William Brampton, c.b., s. of 
Brampton Ghirdon, by dr. of 1 baron 
Colbome ; b. 1840 : private secretary to 

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the prime minister (W. £. Gladstone) 
1869-74. 

Treasury, Dotcnina Street, S.W.; 
38 Mill Street, Berkeley Square, 
Onrdon, hon. mrs. Henrietta Susanna, 
dr. of 1 baron Colbome ; b. 1809 ; m. 
Brampton Gnrdon (s. of Theophilus 
Onrdon, lieut.-col. Norfolk militia, by 
dr. of W. Mellish, m.p.), b. 1797, dep.- i 
lieut. of Norfolk, and high sheriff in I 
1866, M.p. West Norfolk 1867-66. 

Brooks*, Boodles ; LettonJShipdam, 
Norfolk; Orundisburgh, Woodbridae, 
Sujblk; 38 HUl Street, Berkeley 
Square, W, 
Ovniej, sir Goldsworthy, s. of John 
Gumey, Trevoms, Cornwall ; b. 1793 ; 
m. dr. (^.) of Thomas Svmons, Laun- 
celles, Cornwall : invented the lime 
lig^t, the magnesian light, the Bude 
light, and also improvements in steam, 
engaged in arranging the system of 
lijULtmg and ventilating the new houses 
of parliament 1864-64. 

Bude, Stratton, Cornwall; Wood- 
leigh, Launceston. 
Ourney, rt. hon. Russell, p.c, s. of mr. 
baron Gumey ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. of rev. 
EUis Batten, one of the masters at Har- 
row : M.A. Cantab., called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1828, queen's counsel 
* 1846, dep.-lieut. of Lonoon, one of the 
commissioners to inquire into the Ja- 
maica rebellion 1866, recorder of London 
(3000/.) from 1866, m.p. (c.) Southamp- 
ton from 1866. 

Oxford and Cambridge; 1 Pajf>er 
Burnings, Tern vie, B.C.; 8 Kensvng- 
Urn Palace Gardens, Bayswater, W, 
Guthrie, hon. Geoffrey Henry, eld. s, 
of 2 baron Oranmore ; b. 1861. 



Guthrie, hon. Kathleen Harriet, b. 
1862 ; hon. Mary Christina, b. 1863, drs. 
of 2 baron Oranmore. 
Guy, lieut. -gen. sir Philip .Melmoth 
Nelson, k.c.b., s. of Melmoth Guy, 
Kenton Hall, Devon ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. of 
adm. sir James Plumridge, m.p. : served 
in the Indian mutiny, and commanded 
the 3 infantry brigade at capture of 
Lucknow, col. on the staff of the eastern 
district 1862-64, commander of the 
forces in China 1864-67, lieut.-govemor 
of Jersey 1868-73, col. 65 ft frt)m 1874. 
Gwilt, col. John, c.b., s. of R. Gwilt, 
Icklingham; b. 1817: served in the 
Crimea and in the Indian mutiny, 
knight of the legion of honour and of 
the Medjidie, retired on full pay as 
lieut.-coi. 34 ft. 
Icklingham, MUdenhaU, Sujblk. 
Gwydr, 4 baron (1796). Peter Robert 
Burrell ; b. 1810 ; m. 1. dr. of Frederick 
Campbell, Barbeck. Aigyle; 2. dr. of 
George Peter Holford, m.p., Weston 
Birt, Gloucester: m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Suffolk, and high sheriff in 
1868, secretary to the hereditaiy great 
chamberlain 1837-70. 

Oxford and Cambridge ; Stoke Park, 
Ipswieh ; 7 Richmond Terrace, S. W, 
GyU, sir Robert, s. of capt William 
Gyll, equerry to the duke of Sussex, by 
dr. of the last earl of Wigton:b. 1806; 
m. dr. of sir John Pinhome, Ringwood 
Park, Isle of Wight : served in the 16 
hussars, and in the German leirion, lieut. 
of the yeomen of the guard 1830-40. 

Waigrave House, Chelsea, S.W. ; 
Cumbernauld Lodge, Feltham, Rouns* 
low. 



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Haokett, sir William, s. of Bartholo- 
mew Hackett, Cork ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of 
WiUiam Bryant, Bengal civil service : 
M.A. Dublin, called to the Irish bar 1851, 
chief justice on the Gold coast, 1861-66, 
judge of the supreme court in Prince of 
Wales* island 1866-71, chief judge fix)m 
1871 (1900/. P) 
Bejorm; Fenangy Straits Settlements. 

Haokett, lady. dr. of John Lawlor, 
Cork; m. air William Bartholomew 
Hackett (<?.), mayor of Cork. 
Sidney Flaee^ Cork. 

Hadden, mai-sen. William Charles, 
R.E. ; b. 1812: engaged in the Ca- 
nadian rebellion, 1837-39, col. on the 
staff of the southern district 1867-72, 
coL-commandant of royal engineers. 

'fHaddinffton, llearlof(1619). George 
Baillie-Hamilton-Arden ; b. 1827; m. 
dr. of air John Warrender, 6 hart, by. 
hon. Frances Arden; 2nd tit. baron 
Binning : high sheriff of Cheshire in 
1871, lieut.-col. east Lothian yeomanry 
from 1872, assimied in 1858 the name of 
Arden in addition to his patronvmic. 

Carlton; Eaton Bank, (Cheshire; 
Ttfninghame House^ Prestonkirk, Mad- 
dttwton ; MeUerstexn, Roxburgh. 

Haddo, baron (eld. s. of earl of Aber- 
deen). 

Hadfield, bp. ; xidt Wellington. 

Hagan, lady. Isabella, dr. of capt. 
Henry Levitt HalL Park Hall, Notts ; 
m. rear-adm. sir Bobert Hagan, inspect- 
ing commander of the Irish coastguard 
(tiQ, B. of John Hagan, Magherafelt, 
Londonderry, a descendant of the princely 
house of O'Neill. 
17 Pembroke Road, Dublin. 

Hagart, lient.-gen. Charles, c.b., s. of 
Thomas Campbell Hagart, Bantaskine, 
Stirling ; b. 1814 : commanded 7 hussars 
in the Indian mutiny, col. 11 hussars 
1869-73, of 7 hussars from 1873. 

Travellers^ ^ United Service; Bantas- 
kine House, Falkirk; 76 Jermyn Street, 
8.W. 



Hagart, col. James McCaol, c.b., s. of 
Thomas Campbell Hagart, Bantaskine, 
Stirling ; b. 1816: served with 7 hussars 
in Canada, and in India, member of 
council of tne island of St. Vincent. 
15 Victoria Square, Fimlico, S. W, 

Haggertton, sir John de Marie, 9 bart. 
(1643) b. 1852. 

Ellingham Castle, Belford, Northum- 
berland; The Lawn, Teignmouth. 

Haggertton, dow.-lady. dr. of Henry 
flight, Terrace Lodge, Azminster, 
Devon ; m. capt. sir John Haggerston, 
8 bart. 

Haig, hon. mrs. Frances, dr. of 3 baron 
Harris ; b. 1852 ; m. capt. Arthur Bal- 
four Haig, U.E. (s. of Bobert Haig, 
Dundalk, Louth), equerry to the duke 
of Edinburgh. 

Hainef, maj.-gen. sir Frederick Paul, 
K.C.B., 8. of Gregory Haines, c.b., com- 
missary-general ; b. 1819 ; m. Charlotte 
Jane Miller: military secretary to the 
commander-in-chief in India in the 
Sutlej and Punjab campaigns, served 
with 21 ft. in the Crimea, knight of the 
Medjidie. quartermaster-gen. 1870-71, 
commander-in-chief at Madras from 
1871, col. 104 ft. from 1874. 
Junior United Service, 

Hainea, hon. mrs. Jane Eliza Mona, 

dr. of 1 vise. Gough ; b. 1819 ; m. col. 

Gregory Haines, Indian army, formerly 

assistant to the commissioner of Mysore. 

Fortwilliam, Lismore. 

Hale, maj.-gen. Edward Blagden, c.b., 
s. of rt. hon. Blagden Hale, Alderley. 
Gloucester, by dr. of archbishop 3 earl 
of Mayo ; b. 1813 : served in the In- 
dian mutiny, and in the Oude and 
Bohilcund campaigns, Iieut.-col. h.p. 
82 ft. 

Alderley, Wotton-undiT'Edgej OhU' 
eestershire. 

Hale, bp. ; vide Perth. 

Halfbrd, sir Henry St. John, 8 bart. 
(1809^ b. 1828; m. dr. of William 
John Bagshawe, The Oaks, Derbyshire : 



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B.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Lelcesterahire, 
and high sheriff in 1872, lieut.-col. 1 
Leicestershire rifle volunteers 1862-73. 
CarUon; WUtow Hall, Market Ear- 
borough. 

Salford, hon. mrs. Geraldine Frances, 
dr. of 14 vise. Dillon; b. 1839; m. 
Charles Augustus Drake Halford, b. 
1831, served in the Crimea in the 6 
dragoon guards. 

Army and Navy; 60 Frinc^a Gate, 
South Kensington; West Lodge, East 
Bergholt, Suffolk. 

HaHday, maj.-gen. William Robert, 
bro. of Alexander Haliday, high sheriff 
of Antrim in 1842 ; b. 1809 ; Ueut-col. 
h.p. 36 ft., formerly inspector-gen. of 
musketry. 

2 Jloany Court Yard, JPieeadilly, 
W. ; Carnmoney, Antrim. 

Halifex, 1 vise. (1866). Charles Wood, 
O.C.B., P.O. ; b. 1800 ; m. dr. of 2 earl 
Grey : m.a. Oxon.. secretary' to the trea- 
sury 1832-34, to the admiralty 1835-39, 
chimcellor of the exchequer 1846-52, 
president of the board of trade 1852-55, 
first lord of the admiralty 1855-68, 
secretary of state for India 1859-66, lord 
privy seal 1870-74, m.p. (l.) Great 
Grimsby 1826-31, Wareham 1831-32, 

. Halifax 1832-65, Ripon 1865-66, dep.- 
lieut. of Yorkshire west riding. 

Brooks^ Reform; Eickleton Hall, 
Hofteaeter ; Garrowby, Pocklington, 
Yorkshire ; 10 Belgrave Square, S. Tr. 

Halkett, sir Peter Arthur, 8 bart. 
(1662) b. 1834; m. dr. of capt. R. 
Kirwan Hill, 52 ft. : served in the Cri- 
mea, ex-capt. 3 Ught dragoons, dep.- 
lieut. of Fifeshire, capt. Fifeshire 
mounted rifle volunteers from 1860. 

Junior United Service; Fitjirran, 
Dunfermline. 

Halkett, dow.-lady. Amelia, dr. of 
col. Conway ; m. capt. sir John Halkett, 
K.N., 7 bart. Fitjirran, Dunfermline. 

Hall, Alexander W. : a magistrate and 
dep.-lieut. of Oxfordshire, of which he 
has been high sheriff, a brewer at Ox- 
ford, M.p. (c.) Oxford city from 1874. 

Hall, maj.-gen. Ai-thur : retired on 
full pay as col. Bengal cavalry. 

Hall, sir Charles, s. of John Hall, 
Manchester ; b. 1814 ; m. dr. of Francis 
Duval, Exeter : called to the bar at the | 



Middle Temple 1838, formerly convey- 
ancing counsel to the court of chancery, 
a vice-chancellor (5000/.) from 1873. 

Garriek, Athetiaum ; 8 Bayswater 
Hill, W. 

Hall, col. George Whittle Mackenzie, 
c.B. : served in the Affghanistan cam- 
paign, in the Sutlej campaign, in the 
Indian mutiny at the capture of Delhi, 
and in the Oude ana Dundelcuna 
campaigns, commandant 3 Bengal ca- 
valry from 1859. Nowgong. 

Hall, gen. Henry, c.B., s. of venerable 
Francis Hall, ll.d., archdeacon of KU- 
macduagh; b. 1789; m. dr. of gen. 
Fagan, adjt.-gen. of the Bengal army : 
served at the reduction of the province 
of Bundelcund 1806-7, deputy assistant 

?uartermaster-gen. in theTindaree war 
817-18. Bengal infantrj'. 
Knoekbrack Lodge, Athenry, Gal- 
way ; Merville, Booterstown, fjublin. 
Hall, sir James, 6 bart. (1687) b. 1824 ; 
a magistrate for Haddmgtonshire, and 
for Berwickshire. 

Carlton; Dunglas, Dunbar; 63 
Lowndes Square, 8. W[ 

Hall, mai.-gen. Richard : foimerly in 
the Madras army. 

Hall, rear-adm. Robert, c.B. : superin- 
tendent of Pembroke dockyard 1866-68, 
aide-de-camp to the Queen 1869-73. 
controller or the navy, 1868-72. naval 
secretary to the admiralty (1700/.) fh)m 
1872. 

Admiralty, IVhitehall, S.W.; 28 
Craven Hill Gardens, Bayswater, W. 

Hall, vice-adm. sir William Hutcheon, 
F.R.8., K.C.B., s. of William Hall, Leith ; 
b. 1800 ; m. hon. Hilare, dr. of 6 visft. 
Torrington : commanded the " Nemesis" 
diuing the Chinese war, 1840-43, com- 
mander of the Queen's yacht 1843-47, 
served in Ireland during the attempted 
rebellion of 1848, served in the Baltic 
during the Crimean war. 

United Service; iS Fhillinwre Gar- 
dens, Campden Hill, Kensington, W. 

Hall, rear-adm. sir William Kinc, 
K.C.B., s. of J. Hall, M.D., R.N. ; D. 
1816 ; m. Louisa, dr. of Samuel Forman: 
commanded the " Growler " in the £afllr 
war, and in the Baltic, and in China, 
capt. -superintendent Sheemess dock- 
yard 1866-69, Devonport dockyard 1871- 

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HaU, hon. mra. Catherine, dr. of 2 
baron liale; b. 1787; m. Thomas De- 
lanyHall. 

Hall, hon. mrs. Catherine Louisa, dr. 
of 2 baron Bridport ; b. 1818 ; m. Henry 
Hall (d.)j high sheriff of Oxfordshire in 
1860. 
Barton Abbey, Oxford. 

Hall, lady Louisa, dr. of 4 earl of Castle- 
stuart; b. 1847; m. maj. T. Erskine 
Hall, 49 ft. (8. of James Traill Hall, and 
nephew of .gen. Henry Hall, c.b.), 
officiating dep. -adj. -gen. at Bombay. 
Ikaay Bombay, 

Hall, lady. Lucy, dr. of Harry Hack- 
shaw, GRoucester Place, London; m. 1. 
Duncan Forbes Sutherland, St. Yincent, 
West Lidies; 2. sir John Hall, m.d., 
K.C.B. {d.). 

H al lid a y , sir Frederick James, k.c.b., 
s. of Thomas HaUiday, Ewell ; b. 1806; 
m. dr. of gen. Paul Macgregor : entered 
the Bengal civil serrioe 1825, member 
of the supreme council in India 1863- 
54, lieut.-govemor of Bengal 1864-69. 

At hem^tm. Oriental ; 21 Bolton Oar^ 
densj South Kenaingtony S, JT, 

HallowM, vice-adm. John, s. of col. 
John Hallowes, Glapwell Hall, Derby ; 
b. 1791 ; m. dr. of col. Ramsay, Edin- 
burgh : senred at the siege of GlUckstadt. 
Naval Cluby Fortsfnouth; Milton 
Souse, PortinoHth. 

Hallyburton, adm. lord John Frederick 
Gordon-, o.c.h., s. of 9 marq. of Huntly ; 
b. 1799; m. sis. {d.) of 1 earl of Mun- 
ster. and widow of hon. John Kennedy 
Erstdne : dep.-lieut. of Forfarshire, m.p. 
Forfarshire 1841-62. 

Arthur's, United Service; Sally- 
burton Souse, Cupar Angus; 24 Al- 
bemarle Street, Ficcadillp, W, 

HalMj, Thomas Frederick, s. of Thomaa 
Plumer Halsev, m.p.; b. 1839; m. dr. 
of F. 0. "Wells, Bengal civil service: 
M.A. Oxon., a magistrate for Hertford- 
shire, and for St Alban*s, maj. Hert- 
fordshire yeomanry from 1872, m.p. (c). 
Hertfordshire fix)m 1874. 

Boodle* s, Carlton :Gaddesden Flaee, 
Semel Sempstead, Merts, 

Halited, vice-adm. George Anthony, s. 
of capt. George Halsted, &.N., and 
nephew of adm. sir W. Lawrence Hal- 
sted, O.C.B.; b. 1803: served on the 
Mediterranean, and as flag-lieut. to the 
commander on the West India station (his 



uncle), employed on the coastguard 1834* 
60. 

Haly, maj. -gen. William 0*Grady, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea, officer of the legion 
of honour, knight of the MedUdie, com- 
mander 01 the forces in Canada 1873-74^ 
col. 106 ft. fh)m 1874. 

Hambrovgh, hon. mrs. Caroline Maiy 
Holden-, dr. of 3 vise. Hood; b. 1840; 
m. Oscar Holden-Hambrough (s. of J. 
Hambrough, Steephill Castle, Isle of 
Wight), b. 1825, high sheriff of North- 
ants in 1866. 

11 Frince's Gate, South Kensington ; 
Fi^ewellSall, Kettering, Northampton^- 
shtre. 

HamUton, 12 duke of (1643). Alex- 
ander Louis Stephen Dou^las-HamiltoUy 
s. of 1 1 duke, by princess Marie of Baden ; 
b. 1846 ; m. dr. of 7 duke of Manchester; 
sits as duke of Brandon (1711) ; 2nd tit. 
marq. of Douglas : premier p^r of Scot- 
land, duke of Chatelherault in France, 
hereditary keeper of Holyrood palace, 
dep.-lieut. of Lanarkshire, and of Bute- 
shire, lieut.-coL Lanarkshire yeomanry 
from 1866, hon. col. Lanarkshire rin& 
volunteers from 1864. 

Turf; Samilton Falaee, Lanark^ 
shire; Brodriek Castle, Isle of Arrau ; 
Boston Fark, Wickam Market, Suffolk. 

Hamilton, marq. of (eld. s. of duke of 
Abercom) ; b. 1838 ; m. dr. of 1 earl 
Howe ; eld. s. baron Paisley : M.A. ; 
Oxon., knight of the Dannebrog order, 
and of St. Anne of Russia, hon. col. 
Donegal militia from 1866, lord of the 
bedchamber to the Prince of Wales from 
1866, M.p. (cODonegal fh)m 1860. 

Carlton, White's; Baron* s Court ^ 
Tyrone; 38 Upper Brook Street, W. ; 
Berkhampstead Souse, Berkhampstead^ 
Sants. 

Hamilton, adm. Arthur Philip, s. of 
John Hamilton, Bishopsgate, Berks ; b. 
1788; m. 1. dr. and heir of William 
Cook, Chingford, Essex ; 2. dr. of rev. 
James Scholefield, rector of Barton-on- 
the-Heath: served at the defence of 
Gaeta 1806. and on the North American 
and St. Helena stations. 

United Service; 2 Dorset Square^ 
Marylebone Road, N. W. 

Hamilton, coL sir Charles John James, 
C.B., 3 hart. (1776) b. 1810; m. dr. of 
William Wynne, Dublin : ex-maj. Scots 
ftisilier guards, commanded a battalion 
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United Service; loing Hall, Mid^ 
hurst, Sussex; 2d Devonshire Flace, 
I^trtland Place, W. 

Hamilton, gen. Charles, c.b. : served 
in the Gwalior campaign 1843-44, and 
in the Sutlej campaign at the battle of 
Ferozeshah. Bengal in&ntry. 
19 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Fark, W. 

Hamilton, vice-adm. Cospatrick Baillie, 
8. of Ten. archd.Charles Baillie Hamilton, 
by dr. of 9 earl of Home; b. 1817: 
served in the Chinese war 1841. 

22 Wilton Orescent, Belyrave Square, 
S.W, 

Hamilton, sir Edward Archibald, 2 
bart. (1819), second cousin and heir 
presiunptive of sir Charles Hamilton, 3 
hart, ; b. 1842 ; m. Mary, dr. of Joseph 
Gill, of Trewome, Salop : ex-capt. cold- 
stream guards. 

Guards'; Trebinsham House,Brecon ; 
Brookland, Folkestone. 

Hamilton, lient-gen. sir Frederick 
William, k.o.b., s. of William Richard 
Hamilton, ambassador at Naples; b. 
1815 ; m. dr. of sir Alexander Anstru- 
ther, Thirdpart, Fife : page of honour 
to George IV. and William IV. 1826-31, 
served in the Crimea in the grenadier 
guards, knight of the le^on of honour, 
and of the Medjidie, military attach^ at 
Berlin 1860-62, vice-president of the 
council of military education 1862-66, 
commander of the forces in Scotland 
1866-71, col. 21 ft. from 1870. 

8 Grafton Street, Botid Street, W, ; 
Udney Castle, Aberdeenshire. 

Hamilton, archdeacon Georj^ Hans, 
s. of Henry Hamilton, Tullylish House, 
Down, and mndson of rt. rev. bp. 
Hamilton, of Ossorv ; b. 1823 ; m. 1. dr. 
of John B^ ; 2. dr. of hon. and rev. 
Francis N. Clements: m.a. Dublin, 
archdeacon of Lindisfame from 1865, 
hon. chaplain to the Berwick artillery 
volunteers from 1860, vicar from 1864 
ot Bfflinffham, Alnwick. (700/.) 

Hamilton, very rev. dean Henry Parr, 
F.B.8., s. of Alex. Hamilton, m.d., prof, 
of medicine in Edinburgh university ; 
b. 1794: M.A. Cantab., dean of Salisbury 
from 1850, fellow of the royal astro- 
nomical and geological societies. 
The Deanery, Salisbury. 

Hamilton, coL Henry, c.b., s. of rev. 
Sackville Hamilton, and grandson of rt. 
hon. Sackville Hamilton ; b. 1810 ; m. 
cousin Isabella, dr. of J. Deane Free- 



man, Castle Cor, Cork : served in Cey- 
lon, Soinde, and the Indian mutiny, 
lieut-col. h.p. 78 ft., ]ieut.-ool. com- 
manding the brigade dep6t at Omagh 
from 1873. 

Hamilton, col. Henry Meade, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea as assistant- 
quartermaster-general, commanded 12 
ft in the New Zealand war 1863-66, 
knight of the Medjidie. lieut.-col. com- 
manding brigade depot at Bury St. 
Edmunds 1873-74, lieut.-col. h.p. bri- 
gade dep6t. 

Hamilton, Ion Trant, s. of James Hans 
Hamilton, m.p. Dublin co. 1841-63 ; b. 
1839: dep.-lieut.ofDublin, M.A. Cantab., 
M.p. (c.) Dublin co. from 1863. 

Carltofi; Sackville Street {Dublin) ; 
11 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, 
S.W.; Abbotstowfi House, Casttenock, 
Dttblin; Hacketstown,Skerries, Dublin, 

Hamilton, sir James, s. of rev. George 
Hamilton, Armagh ; b. 1815 : chairman 
of the Belfast harbour commissioners 
from 1867. 

Fall Mall; Ulster Club, Belfast; 
2 Orumlin Terrace, Belfast. 

Hamilton, sir James John, c.b., 2 bart. 
(1815) b. 1802; m. dr. of gen. sir 
James Cockbum. q.c.h., 7 bart.: ex- 
lieut.-col. 39 ft.,dep.-lieut. of Middlesex. 
M.p. (c.) Sudbury 1837-38, high sherift* 
of Carmarthen in 1857, and of Tyrone 
in 1860. 

United Service, Carlton : Woodbrook, 
Tyrone; Flos Llanstephan, Carmar- 
then ; 6 Fortman Square, Jr. 

Hamilton, Ker Baillie, c.b., s. of vener- 
able archdeacon C. Baillie Hamilton, 
and cousin of 7 earl of Haddington ; b. 
1804 ; m. Emma, dr. of Charles Bhur : 

Srivate secretary to sir Lowry Cole in 
Cauritius 1826^ colonial secretary at the 
Cape 1826-46, heut.-govemor of Gfrenada 
1846-51, governor of Barbadoes 1851-52, 
of Newfoundland 1852-55, of the Lee- 
ward islands 1855-63. 

Hamilton, maj.-gen. Richard ; b. 1809 : 
served in the Burmese waf 1853, second 
in command of the Sitang detachment 
at the taking of Beeling, and served in 
the Indian mutiny, commanding the 
division in British Burmah. Madras 
staff corps. 

Hamilton, rt. hon. Robert Adam Chris- 
topher Nisbet-, F.B.S., P.O., s. of Philip 
Dunda8,and nephew of 1 vise. Melville; 
b. 1804 ; m. lady Mary, dr. of 7 earl of 

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Elgin: called to the Scotch bar 1826, 
chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster in 
1862. M.P. (c.) Ipswich 1826-30, Edin- 
burgh in 1831, north Lincohiahire 1837- 
57, dep.-lieut. of Haddingtonshire, as- 
sumed the name of Nisbet-Hamilton on 
lady Mary succeeding to the maternal 
•estates of Belhaven and Dirleton in 
1855, and the name of Christopher in 
compliance with the will of George 
Manners, of Bloxholm. 

CarltoUy Travell^s' ; Bloxholm SalL 
Slcafordy Lincoln; Archerfield and 
Biel House^ Haddington: 33 Chcsham 
Flaccy Belgrave Square, S. W. 

Hamilton, major-gen. Robert Gorges, 
R.E. ; b. 1812. BAmblers. 

Hamilton, sir Robert North Collie, 
K.C.B., 6 bart. (1646) b. 1802 ; m. dr. 
(rf.) of gen. sir George Anson, g.c.b. : 
in the Bengal civil service 1819-60, 
commissioner of Agra 1837-41, agent of 

fovemor-general in central India 1864- 
9, member of the supreme council in 
India 1869-60, dep.-lieut. of Warwick- 
shire, and hi^h sheriff in 1866. 

CivU Service. Brooks* ; Avon Gliffe, 
Stratford-on-Avofiy Warwickshire ; 20 
Queensberry Place. South Kensington, 
S.W, 

Hamilton, major sir William, 10 bart. 
(1676), s. of professor sir William Ha- 
milton, D.C.L., 9 bart. ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. 
of major-gen. Barr, Bengal artillery : 
served in the Indian mutiny, major 
royal (Bengal) artillery. 

Hamilton, sir William ; b. 1790 : vice- 
consul at Flushing 1817-18, Ostend 
1818-20, Nieuport 1820-22, Boulogne 
18^26, consul at Boulogne 1826-73. 

Hamilton, admiral WiUmm Alexander 
Baillie, s. of venerable Charles Baillie 
Hamilton, archdeacon of Cleveland, 
nephew of 7 earl of Haddington ; b. 
1803 j m. lady Harriet, sis. of 1 duke of 
Hamilton: rormerly second secretary 
to the admiralty, a magistrate for 
Kent, her majesty's chief steward of 
the manors of east and west Greenwich, 
and of Deptford-le-Strand, a commis- 
sioner of the royal patriotic fund. 
Macartney Mousey Blackheath, 

Hamilton, hon. mrs. Anne Louisa, sis. 
of 3 baron Ponaonby ; b. 1808 ; m. Wil- 
liam Tighe Hamilton (s. of Charles 
Hamilton, of Hamwood, Meath, by dr. 
of William Tighe, of Rosanua, m.p.), 
b. 1807. 



Hamilton, hon. Bethia, b. 1796 ; hon. 
Penelope, b. 1798, drs. of 7 baron 
Belhaven. Wishaw House, Lanark, 

Hamilton, hon. mrs. Harriet, dr. of 2 
baron Dufferin; b. 1787; m. William 
Stewart Hamilton. 
Broum^s Hall, Donegal. 

Hamilton, hon. mrs. Henrietta, sis. of 
6 baron Balfour of Burleigh ; b. 1850 ; 
m. Claud H. Hamilton. 
Preston Hall, Dalkeith. 

Hamilton, hon. mrs. Margaret Frances, 
dr. of 13 vise. Dillon; b. 1816; m. 
William John Hamilton, f.r.8. (rf.), 
M.p. Newport 1841-47. 
39 Chester Square, S. W. 

Hamilton, hon. mrs. Sarah, dr. of 2 
baron Castlemaine ; b. 1817 ; m. major- 
gen. Christopher Hamilton, c.b. (rf.). 
Clifton. 

Hamilton, rt. hon. lord Claud, P.O., 
bro. of 1 duke of Abercom ; b. 1813 ; m. 
lady Elizabeth, dr. of 3 earl of Carys- 
fort; M.A. Cantab., treasurer of the 
Queen's household in 1862, 1858-69. 
vice-chamberlain 1866-69, dep.-lieut. or 
TjTone, M.p. (c.) Tyrone 1835-37, 
lo39-74, lieut.-col. commandant Done- 
gal militia from 1855, dep. -chairman of 
the great eastern railway from 1874. 

Travellers*, Carlton; Baron* s Court, 
Tvrone; 19 Eaton Square, S.W. ; 
Meathfield Park, Hawknurst, Sussex. 

Hamilton, lord Claud John, s. of 1 
duke of Abercom; b. 1843: ex-capt. 
penadier guards, a lord of the treasury 
m 1868, Heut. -col. commandant Donegu 
militia from 1867, aide-de-camp to the 
viceroy of Ireland 1867-68, m.p. (c.) 

i LondondeiTy 1865-68, King's Lynn 
from 1869. 

Whitens, Ouards* ; Kildare Street 
(Dublin) ; Baron* s Court, Tyrone ; 31 
Hertford Street, Mayfair, W, 

Hamilton, lord Ernest William, s. of 1 
duke of Abercom ; b. 1868. 

Hamilton, lord Frederick Spencer, s. of 
1 duke of Abercom ; b. 1856. 

Hamilton, lord George Francis, s. of 1 
duke of Abercom; b. 1846; m. lady 
Maud, dr. of 3. earl of Hafewood : ex- 
lieut. Coldstream guards, a magistrate 
for Middlesex, under-secretary of state 
for India from 1874, m.p. (c.) Middle- 
sex from 1868. 

Guards*, Carlton, Whites; Yl Mon- 
tagu Street, Montagu Square. 



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Hamilton, lady Elizabeth Emma ; b. 
1822 ; vide lord Claud Hamilton. 

Hamilton, lady Emily Eleanor, dr. of 
8 earl of Leven and Melville ; b. 1840 ; 
m. maj. John Glencaim Garter Ha- 
milton, b. 1829, ex-capt. 2 life guards, 
major Glaaeow yebmanry cavaliy from 
1866, Tioe-ueut. of Lanarkshire from 
1869, M.P. (L.) Falkirk 1867-59, La- 
narkshire 1868-74. 

Arthur's, Brooks* ; DaheUy Mother- 
weU; 54 £aton Flace, S. W. 

Hamilton, lady Georgina Susan, dr. of 
1 duke of Abercom; D. 1841. 

Hamilton, lady Harriet Baillie ; b. 
1812; vide adm. William Alexander 
Baillie Hamilton. 

Hamilton, lady Maud Caroline; b. 
1846; vide lord George Francis Ha- 
milton. 

Hamilton, lady Maiv : b. 1801 ; loide 
rt hon. Bobert Aoam Christopher 
Nisbet-Hamilton. 

Hamilton, dow. -duchess of. princess 
Marie Amelia, dr. of Charles, reigning 
grand duke of Baden, and oousm of 
Napoleon m. ; b. 1818 ; m. 11 duke of 
Hamilton. 

Hamilton, lady. dr. of frey. Henry 
Bayly, rector of Nenagh; m. sir Wil- 
liam ttowan Hamilton, ll.d. {d.\ as- 
tronomer royal in Ireland and professor 
of astronomy 1827-66. 

Hamlej, col. Edward Bmoe, r.a., 
o.B. : seryed in the Crimea, knight 
of the legion of honour, ana of the 
Medjidie, profiMsor of miUtary history 
at the staff college, Sandhurst, 1868-64, 
member of the councU of military edu- 
cation 1866-70, commandant of the 
staff college at Sandhurst (800/.) fhmi 
1870. 

Hamlej, major-gen. Francis Gilbert : 
senred with 12 ft. in the Kaffir war 
1861-63, with 60 ft m the New 
Zealand war 1863-66, senior officer of 
the troops and goyemor and captain- 
general of South Australia 1868-69, re- 
tired on full pay as lieut.-col. 98 ft. 
6 Albert nOae, Clifton, 

Hamley, Joseph Osbertus, o.B. : senred 
in New South Wales 1836-46, New 
Zeabnd 1846-70, being present in the 
two wars 1860-61, 1868-65, assistant- 
controller at Chatham gun wharf ftom 
1871. 



Hamley, major-gen. William George,, 
&.B. : retired on full pay as colonel. 

Hammick, rey. sir St. Vincent Loye, 
2 bart. (1834) b. 1806; m. dr. of Bo- 
bert Alexander, Gloucester Place : m.a> 
Oxon., vicar of Milton Abbot (630/.) 
fh>m 1836. 
Milton Abboty Tavietoeky Devon. 

Hammond, 1 baron (1874). Edmund 
Hammond, p.c, s. of George Hammond, 
under-secretary for foreign affEdr8,and 
ambassador to the United States; b. 
1802 ; m. dr. of lord Bobert Kerr : m.a. 
Oxon., under-secretary of state for 
foreign affurs 1854-73. 

26 Eaton Place^ Belgrave Squargy 
8,W. 

Hammond, m^jor-ffen. Heniy, r.a. : 
engaged against ue Bunnoo fit>ntier 
tribes 1861-62^ in the Indian mutiny at 
the relief of Lucknow. and commanded 
the foot artilleiy at tiie taking of Ba- 
reOly, retired on full pay as col. royal 
Bengal artillery. 

Hamond, Charles Frederick, 8. of Fre* 
derick Greorge Hamond, Blackheath; 
b. 1840: caUed to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1866, a magistrate for Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, a member of the Newcastle 
school board, m.p. (c.) Newcastle-upon* 
Tyne firon 1874. 

Carlton; ^Lovaine PlaceyNewcoitle' 
on-I^fne, 

Hamond-Chraeme, sir Graham Eden 
William, 4 bart (1783) s. of yice-adm. 
sir Andrew Sni^ Hamond-Graeme, 3^ 
bart. ; b. 1846 : ex-lieut. 16 lancers. 
Nortony Freehwatery lile of Wight, 

Hamond-Oraeme, dow.-lady. Maiy 
Ann, dr. of Edward Miller, and niece of 
gen. Miller, consul-gen. in the Pacific ; 
m. yice-adm. sir Andrew Snape Ha- 
mond-Graeme, 8 bart. 
Norton, Freshtoatery Jele of Wight, 

Hampion, sir George Francis, 9' bart. 
(1642^ b. 1823; m. dr. of Thomas. 
Hutcnings England, Snitterfield, War- 
wick : serred m the Crimea, ex-capt. 2 
dritfoon guards. 

Junior United Service; Thumham 
Court, Maidetoney Kent, 

Hampson, dow.-lady. Maiy, dr. of 
adm. William Brown; m. sir George 
Hampson, 8 bart. 

Hampton, 1 baron (1874). John So- 
merset PakingtoQ, o.c.B., P.O., s. of 



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William Buasell, Powick Court, by dr. of 
Bir H. Pakington. bait. ; b. 1799; m. 1. 
dr. of Morton Aguonby Slaney, Shiffiial, 
Salop ; 2. dr. of rt rev. bp. Murray^ of 
Bochester ; 3. dr. of Thomas Champion 
de Crespigny, and widow of col. H. 
Davies, Hmly Park, "Worceeter: m.a. 
Oxon., colonial secretary in 1862. first 
lord of the admiralty 1858-59, 1866-67, 
war secretary 1867-68, dep.-lieut. of 
"Worcestershire, lieut.-col. Worcester- 
shire yeomanry 1859-66, chairman of 
the Worcestershire quarter sessions 
1834-54, M.P. (c.) Droitwich 1837-74. 

Carlton. BoodUs ; Westwood Park, 
DroUwieh ; 9 JSaton Square, S. JT, 

Hampton, nug.-gen. William Philip : 
served against the insurgent Coles 
1836-37, in the Afghanistan, Gwmlior, 
and Punjab campaigns, present at the 
forcing of the .K!o^^ Vj'^ ^^^> <^™~ 
manded 31 Bengal native infimtry at 
Saugor during tne Indian mutiny and 
agamst tihe Sanger rebek andmutmeers 
1858-59. Bengal infiEmtry. 

Huaptoa, lady Laura Elizabeth, dr. of 
2 marq. of *Normanby; b. 1845; m. 
John Vivian Hampton U. of J. Lewis 
Hampton Lewis, of Hemeys, Anglesey, 
hi^sheriff in 1846), b. 18(35. 

fFindham ; Haekbridge Lodge, Car^ 
ihalton, Surrey. 

Hanbury, hon. and rev. Allen Arthur 
Bateman, 8. of 1 baron Bateman; b. 
1^; m. dr. of John Davenport, of 
Foxley : m.a. Oxon., rector of Snobden, 
Herefordshire (670/.) from 1853, pre- 
bendary of Hereford from 1866, domes- 
tic chaplain to 2 baron Bateman. 
Shobden Rectory, Leominster, 

Hanbiuy, hon. Charles Spencer ; vide 
hon. Charles Spencer Hanbury-Ein- 
caid. 

Hanbnry, hon. Edward Reginald Bate- 
man, s. of 2 baron Bateman ; b. 1859. 

Hajibnry, hon. Walter Bateman, s. of 
2 baron Bateman ; b. 1862. 

Hanbnry, hon. William Spencer Bate- 
man, eld. s. of 2 baron Bateman ; b. 
1856. 

Hanbnry, hon. Maud Frances Bateman, 
b. 1855; hon. Evelyn Augusta Bate- 
man, b. 1858; hon. Gertrude Emily 
Bateman, b. 1860 ; hon. Agnes Boea- 
mond Bateman, b. 1866, drs. of 2 baron 
Bateman. 

Hanbnry, Robert William, s. of Robert 
Hanbury, Bolehall House, Tamwoiih ; 



b. 1845; m. dr. (<f.) of Thomas K. 
Gepp, Maynetrees, Chelmsford: m.a. 
Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire, a 
colliery proprietor, capt. Staffordsmre 
yeomanry from 1873, m.p. (c.) Tamworth 
from 1872. 

Carlton; East Close, Christchureh, 
Hants; Bolehall House, Tamworth. 

Hanoook, sir Samuel, s. of Samuel 
Hancock, Bread Street London; b. 
1805; m. dr. (d.) of Godfrey Went- 
worth, Wooley Park, Yorkshire: for- 
merly senior exon of the yeomen of the 
guard. Chevening Lodge, Sevenoaks. 

Hanooek, rear-adm. Geoige; b. 1810 : 
second in command of the Channel 
squadron 1872-75. 

Hand, vice-adm. Geoi^ge Sumner, c.b. ; 
b. 1808 : commanded a boat at the cap- 
ture of the formidable fortress of Donoo- 
bew, in Ava, 1825, and commanded the 
**Erooir" on the west coast of Africa 
1844-50. 
4 I. Albany, FieeadiUy, W. 

Handooek, hon. Arthur, s. of 4 baron 
Castlemaine ; b. 1864. 

Handoook, hon. Charles, s. of 2 baron 
Castlemaine ; b. 1808 ; m. dr. of Daniel 
Kellv, of Cargins, Roscommon: m.a. 
Dublm, called to the bar in Ireland 
1828, a magistrate for Westmeath. 

SackviOe Street dubyDublin; Creagh* 
duff, Athlone. 

Handoook, hon. Edward Albert, eld. 8. 
of 4 baron Castlemaine; b. 1863. 

Handooek, hon. Robert John, s. of 3 
baron Castlemaine ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. c^ 
Ueut-gen. H. Pester, royal artillery: 
ex-lieut. 48 ft. 

Army and Navy ; Sackville Street 
(Dublin) ; Athlone. 

Handooek, hon. mrs. George, dr. of 
Robert Henry French, and cousin of 1 
baron de Fre3me ; m. hon. George Hand- 
cock (d.). 

3 South Eaton Place, Eaton Square, 
S.W. 

Handooek, hon. mrs. Robert, dr. of 
James Gordon; m. ool. hon. Robert 
French Handcock, R.A. {d.), lieut- 
col. commandant Dublin city artillery 

Handooek, hon. Agnes Isabella, b. 
1861 ; hon. Florence Margaret, b. 1862 ; 
hon. Edith Louisa, b. 1865 ; hon. Mar- 
garet, b. 1867 ; hon. Alice, b. 1868, drs. 
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sir William, 8 bart. (1667) 
b. 17«8; m. dr. (rf.), of G. Morgan, 
Mount Clare, Surrey: retired com- 
mander royal navy. 
Dean* 9 Courts Wimhome, Dorset. 

HanTiam, dow.-lady. Eliza, dr. of lieut. 
William Patey, royal navy ; m., as his 
second wife, rev. sir James Hanham, 7 
bart. Wimbome, Dorset, 

Hankej, gen. Henry Aitcbison, s. of 
John Peter Hankey, by sis. of rt. bon. 
lord chief baron Alexander; b. 1803; 
m. 1. dr. of Abraham Robarts, Boe- 
hampton; 2. lady Emily Pennefather, 
widow of Richard Penne&ther, Knoc- 
kevan (s. of mr. baron Pennefather), 
and dr. of 1 earl of Gleng^: coL 1 
dragoon guards fh>m 1872. 

90 Eaton Square^, W. ; ClifSouse, 
SandgatSj Kent ; Knockevan^ TRonmel. 

Hankoy, Thomson, f.r.o.s., s. of 
Thomson Hankey^ Portland Place; V 
1805 ; m. dr. of William Alexander, and 
half-sister of rt. hon. lord chief baron 
Alexander: governor of the bank of 
England 1851-53, a magistrate for Mid- 
dlesex, and for Kent, dep.-lieut. of 
London, a director of the bank of Eng- 
land and governor 1851-53, chief part- 
ner in the firm of Thomson Hankey and 
company, west India merchants, m.p. 
(lO Peterborough 1853-68, and fh>m 

Brooks*^ Union ; 59 Portland Flaee^ 
TV.; Shtpborne Orange^ Tottbridgey 
Kent, 

Hankoy, lady Emily Arabel Geoigina, 
dr. of 1 earl of Glengall ; b. 1811 ; m. 
1. Richard Penne£either, Knockevan, 
Tipperary; 2.fMfegen.HenryAitchison 
Hankey. 

KnoekevoHy Clonmel; Cliff Souse, 
Sandgate, 

Hanmer, 1 baron (1872). John Han- 
mer, nandson of 2 bart. ; b. 1809; m. 
dr. of sir Greorge Chetwynd, 2 bart. : 
M.p. ^.)^ Shrewsbury 1832-37, Hull 
1841-47, Flintshire 1847-72, dep.-lieut. 
of Flintshire. 

Travellers' y Brooks': Betti^/leldParky 
JFhiUhurehy Flintshire; 59 Katon 
Place, S.W. 

HaniMin, rt. hon. sir James, f.b.s., 
P.C., s. of James Hannen, Bulwich ; b. 
1821 ; m. dr. (d.) of Nicholas Winsland: 
educated at Heidelberg, called to the 
bar at the Middle Temple 1848, agent in 
the convention at London between Great 



Britain and the United States 1853-55, 
a justice in the queen's bench 1868-72, 
judge of the court of probate and divoroe 
(5000/.) from 1872. 

Athenaum ; 49 Lancaster Oate, 
Hyde Park, W. 
Humyn^ton, maj.-gen. John Caulfield : 
retired on full pay as col. Bengal in- 
fantry , assistant secretary in the finiancial 
demuftment of the India office. 
India Office, 
Hamon, sir Richard Davis : admitted 
an attorney 1828, associated with the 
attempt to found S. Aus. 1830, assistant 
commissioner of enquiry into the crown 
lands and emigration on lord Durham's 
mission to Canada 1838, went to N. 
Zealand 1846, advocate-gen. of South 
Australia 1851-56, attorney-gen. 1856-61 , 
chief justice (1500/.) from 1861. 
Adelaide, South AustraHa. 
Harberton, 6 vise. (1791). James 
Spencer Pomeroy : b. 1836; m. dr. of 
William Wallace-Legge, Malone House, 
Antrim : m.a. Cantab., a magistrate for 
Surrey. 

University; The Lodge, Rathangan, 
Kildare: 60 Rutland Oate, Knights- 
bridge, S. W, 
Harbmrton, dow. -viscountess. Caroline, 
dr. of rev. sir John Robinson, 1 bart. ; 
b. 1800 ; m. 5 vise. Harberton. 
Harbord, hon. Assheton Edward, s. of 

5 baron Suffleld ; b. 1861. 
Harbord, hon. Charles, eld. s. of 5 
baron Suffleld; b. 1855: lieut. Soots 
frisilier guards. 
Harbord, hon. Harbord, s. of 8 banm 
Suffleld ; b. 1836 ; m. Constance, dr. of 
sir Henry Stracey. 5 bart. : maj. Nor- 
folk artillery militia 1868-73, a magis- 
trate for Norfolk. 

Marlborough; Gunton Park, Nor* 
wieh, 
Harbord, hon. and rev. John, s. of 8 
baron Suffleld; b. 1832; m. dr. of 
Anthony Hamond, Westacre, Norfolk: 
M.A. Cantab., rector of West Harling, 
Norfolk, 1860-64, chaplain from 1865 of 
Morden College, Blaekheath (800/.). 
Harbord, hon. Ralph, s. of 8 baron 
Suffleld; b. 1833; m. dr. of Edward 
W. H. Schenley, Prince's Gate, South 
KensiDgton: ex-oapt 71 ft, served in 
the Crimea, ex-capt Norfolk artillery 
militia. Boodld s, St, Jamet^ s ; FlisUm, 
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Harbord, tobjot hon. Walter, s. of 3 
banm Suffield; b. 1834: served in 
the Indian mutiny, aide-de-camp to 
oommander-in-chiei in India (lord 
Sandhurst) 1865-70, major 7 huasars. 
St. Jame8*Sf Brooks*. 

Harbord, hon. William, s. of 8 baron 
Suffield; b. 1831; m. dr. of Charles 
Dennis : ex-lieut. Scots fusilier guards, 
ez-capt. 90 ft, a queen's messenger 
from 1863. 
Brooki ; 2 Kensingtm Gate^ 8. W, 

Harbord, hon. Cecilia Maigaret, b. 
1856 ; hon. Alice Marian, b. 1857 ; hon. 
Elizabeth, b. 1860; hon. Judith, b. 
1862; hon. Winifred, b. 1864; hon. 

Eleanor, b. 1868 ; hon. , b. 1871, 

drs. of 5 baron Suffield. 

Harborongh, dow. -countess of. Mary, 
dr. of Edward Dalby Temple ; m. 1. 6 
earl of Harborough (extinct) ; 2. major 
Thomas W. Claggett, b. 1819, fonnerly 
in the Madras cavaliy, a magistrate for 
Leicester. 

Junior United Service; Stapleford 
Farky Melton Mowbray, 

Harooiut, admiral Frederick Edward 
Vernon^, of hon. and most rev. arch- 
bishop Vernon, of York ; b. 1790 ; m. 
dr. of admiral John Delap ToUemache, 
by dr. of 3 earl of Aloborough : co- 
operated with vice-adm. Penrose in 
forcing the passage of the Gironde 1814, 
commanded the ** Blossom" on the 
South American station. 

47 Cadogan Place, Shane Street, 
S,W. 

Haroourt, sir William G^oige Gran- 
ville Vernon-, a.c, s. of rey. William 
Vernon Haroourt, canon of York; b. 
1827 ; m. dr. {d.) of Thomas H. Lister, 
of Armitage rark, Yorkshire, by sis. 
of 4 earl of Clarendon, o.c.B., k.g. : 
B.A. Oxon., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1854, queen's counsel 
1866, solicitor-general in 1873, professor 
of international law at Cambridge uni- 
yersity from 1869, m.p. (l.) Oxford city 
from 1868. 

Oxford and Cambridge ; 14 Stratford 
Place, Oxford Street, W.; 9 K%ng'M 
Bench fFalk, Temple, KG, 

Hareourt, hon. mrs. Bachel Mary, dr. 
of 1 baron Aberdare ; b. ; m. Au- 
gustus George Vernon Haroourt U. of 
admiral Frederick Edward Vernon Har- 
eourt, and grandson of hon. and most 
rey. archbp. Yembn, of York), b. 1834. 



Hareourt, lady Susan Harriet Vemon, 
dr. of 2 earl of Sheffield; b. 1829; m. 
Edward William Vemon Hareourt (s. 
of rev. W. Vemon Hareourt, canon of 
York, and grandson of hon. and most 
rev. archbishop Vemon of York), b. 1825 
col. commandant Cinque port artilleiy 
volunteers from 1862, m.a. Oxon., a 
magistrate for Berks, Sussex, and Oxon. 
6 Prince's Gardens, South Kenstng" 
ton, S. W. ; Nuneham Park, O^ord; 
Stanton Marcourt, Oxford; 6 Sobert- 
son Terrace, Hastings. 

Hareourt, lady Catherine Julia Vemon, 
dr. of 3 earl of Livm>ool ; b. 1811 ; m. 
col. Francis Vemon Hareourt (s. of hon. 
and most rev. archbishop Vemon, of 
York), b. 1801, dep^lieut. of Hants, 
and of the Isle of Wight, equerry to 
the late duchess of Kent, high sheriff 
of Sussex in 1867, m.p. Isle of Wight 
1852-57. 

5 Carlton Gardens, 8. W. ; St. Clare, 
Ryde; Buxted Park, Uckfteld, Sussex. 

Hardoastle, Edward, s. of Alfred Hard- 
castle, Hatcham House, Surrey, and bro. 
of Joseph Alfred Hardoastle, m.p. ; b. 
1826 ; m. dr. of Samuel Hoare, banker, 
Lombard Street : m.a. Cantab., a mer- 
chant at Manchester, a governor of 
Owens ooUege, m.p. (c.) south-east Lan- 
cashire from 1874. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Headlands, 
Prestwich, Lancashire. 

Hardeaitle, hon. mrs. Mary Scarlett, 
dr. of 1 baron Campbell ; b. 1827 ; m. 
Joseph Alfred Hardoastle, b. 1815, 
called to the bar 1841, dep.-lieut. of 
Surrey, m.p. (l.) Colchester 1847-52, 
Bury St. Edmunds 1857-74. 

Brooks\ Beform; Nether hall, Bury 
St. Edmunds; 54 Queen* s Gate Th- 
race, Kensington Gore, 8. W. 

Harding, major-gen. Francis Pym, 
c.B. : served at the defence of the resi- 
dency at Hyderabad, aide-de-camp to 
general Pennefather in the Crimea, 
commandant of Balaklava friom 1855 to 
the evacuation of the Crimea, knight of 
the legion of honour, and of the Meajidie, 
lieut.-col. h.p. 22 ft. 

Harding, vice-adm. Francis, s. of 
William Harding, Bengal civil service, 
of Baraset, Stratford-on-Avon, a gentle- 
man of the privy chamber to George 
ni.; b. 1799; m. dr. of sir Charles 
Dallas, governor of St. Helena : served 
in the Mediterranean 1813, on the 



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Cape station 1829-3 and in command 
of the "Pelorus" on the eaat India 
station 1837-39. 

Harding, lady Emily, sis. of 7 earl of 
Denbigh; b. 1797; m. rev. Henn' 
Harding (/f.), bro. of vice-adm. Francis 
Harding, and late bp. Harding of 
Bombay. 
Elmhurstj Sir atford-on- Avon, 

Harding, lady. Isabella, dr. of rev. 
James Wyld, Blunsdon, St. Andrew, 
Wilts; m. sir John Domey Harding, 
Q.c, D.c.L. (d.), queen's advocate- 
general, 1852-62. 

Rockjieid, Monmouth ; Deepholm, 
Clifton Far Ay Bristol. 

Hardinge, 2 vise. (1846). Charles 
Stewart Hardinge ; b. 1822 ; m. dr. (d.) 
of 3 earl of Lucan : m.a. Oxon.. dep.- 
lieut. of Kent,M.p. Downpatrick 1861 -o6, 
under-8ecretar>' for war 1858-69, lieut.- 
col. 2 Kent rifle volunteers from 1860. 

United Service^ Carlton ; South Farky 
Penshursty Kent; King's Newton, 
Derby; 36 South Street, Orosvenor 
Square, W. 

Hardinge, sir Edmund Stracy, 4 bart. 
O801), 8. of rev. sir Charles Hardinge, 
i bart., bro. of field-marshal 1 vise. 
Hardinge ; b. 1833. 

Boundes Park, Tonhridge, Kent; 
Ketton Hall, Darlington, Dttrham. 

Hardinge, dow.-lady. Emily, dr. of 
Kenneth Callander, Craigforth, Stirling- 
shire ; m. rev. sir Charles Hardinge, 2 
bart., bro. of field-marshal 1 vise. Har- 
dinge^.c.B. 

61 Westboume Terrace, Hyde Park, 
W, ; Boufides Park, TurUfridge Wells. 

Hardinge, m^or-gen. hen. Arthur 
Edw^, C.B., s. of 1 yisc. Hardinge; 
b. 1828 ; m. dr. of col. hon. Augustus 
Ellis (bedchamber woman t6 the prin- 
cess of Wales from 1866) : ex-heut.- 
col. Coldstream guards, aide-de-camp to 
his father in the Sutlej campaign, served 
in the Crimea as deputy-quartermaster- 
general, knight of the legion of honour, 
assistant-quartermaster-general in Ire- 
land 1868-61, equerry to prince Albert 
1858-61, extra equerry to the Queen 
1862-68, equerry m ordinary from 1868 
(600/.), commanding at Allahabad from 
1874. 

Guards'; Old House, Kibworth, 
Leicester. 

Hardinge, hon. Arthur, s. of 2 vise. 
Hardinge ; b. 1859. 



Hardinge, hon. Charles, s. of 2 \'i8c. 

Hardinge ; b. 1868. 
Hardinge, hon. Geoi^ge, s. of 2 viae. 

Hardinge ; b. 1864. 
Hardinge, hon. Henry Charles, eld. s. 

of 2 vise. Hardinge; b. 1867. 
Hardinge, hon. Robert Nicholas, s. of 

2 vise. Hardinge ; b. 1863. 
Hardinge, hon. Emily Caroline, dr. of 

1 vise. Hardinge. 
27 Victoria Street, Westminster, 

S.W. 

Hardinge, hon. Lavinia, b. 1860 ; hon. 
Emily Maud, b. 1861 ; hon. Mary Hilda, 
b. 1862, drs. of 2 vise. Hardinge. 

Hardwicke, 6 earl of (1754). Charles 
Philip Torke, p.c. ; b. 1836 ; m. 
dr. of 1 earl Cowley; 2n'd tit. vise. 
Royston: m.a. Cantab., served in the 
Cnmea, and in the Indian mutiny, ex- 
capt. 11 hussars, m.p. (c.) Cambridge- 
shire 1866-73, major 2 Cambridgeshire 
rifle volunteers, comptroller of the 
household 1866-68, master of the buck- 
hounds from 1874. 

White's, Carlton; Wimpole Hall, 
Boyston, Cambridgeshire ; Sidney 
Lodge, Southampton; 38 Hei'tford 
Street, Mayfair, W. 

Hardwicke, dow.-conntess of. Susan, 
dr. of 1 baron Bav^ensworth ; b. 1810; 
m. admiral 4 earl of Hardwicke, K.o. 

44 Portman Square, W. ; Sidney 
Lodge, Southampton. 

Hardy, rt. hon. Gathome, d.c.l., p.c, 
s. of John Hardy, m.p.; b. 1814; m. 
dr. of James Orr, Down : m.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1840, dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire, a magi- 
strate for Kent, under-secretary for the 
home department 1868-69, president of 
the poor law board 1866-67, secretary 
for the home department 1867-69, 
secretary for war from 1874, m.p. (c.) 
Leominster 1866-66, Oxford university 
fit)m 1866. 

Oxford and Cambridge, Carlton; 
Hemsted Park, Staplehurst, Kent ; 17 
Grosvenor Creseenty Belgrave Square, 
S.W. 

Hardy, John Stewart, s. of rt. hon. 
Gathome Hardy, m.p. ; b. 1839 ; m. dr. 
of Joseph Bidgway, Fairlawn, Seven- 
oaks: ex-lieut. rifle brigade, dep.- 
lieut. of Kent, capt. 43 Kent nfle 

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volunteers from 1865, m.p. (c.) Rye 
from 1868. 

Carlton : Camden Houses StapU' 
hurst; 9 West Eaton PlaeCy 8, W. 

Hardy, sir Thomas Buffos, d.c.l., s. 
of major Thomas Hardy, royal artillery, 
and grandson of col. Carteret Hardy, 
governor, of St. Lucia; b. 1804; m. l. 
dr. of capt. Andrews, Newfoundland; 
2. dr. of Charles Macdowell : called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1829, 
deputy keeper of the public records 
(1000/.) from 1830. 

Pimie Becord Office, Chuncery Lane, 
W.C. ; 36 North Bank, Hanover Gate, 
Megenfe Park, N. W. 

Hardy, col. William, c.b. : m. dr. of 
Rawdon Briggs, Bipley, Yorkshire: 
served in the Crimea, imight of the 
Medjidie, lieut.-col. of 43 dep6t bat- 
talion at Chichester from 1873. 

Hardy, lady Cicely Louisa, dr. of 5 earl 
of Abergavenny ; b. 1861 ; m. capt. 
Charles Gathome Hardy, grenadier 
guards (s. of rt hon. Gathome Hardy, 

M.P.). 

13 Chetham Place, Belgrade Sq,, S. W. 

Hare, baron ; vide Listowel. 

Hare, Edward, c.s.i. : ex-deputy-in- 
spector-general of hospitals in the Bengal 
army. 

Hare, sir Thomas, 2 bart. (1818) b. 
1807 ; m. dr. of hon. (Jeorge Yaughan, 
and niece of 4 earl of Lisbume : ex- 

' capt. 2 life guards, deputy-lieut. of 
Norfolk, ex-capt. 1 west Norfolk 
militia. 

Whitt^M, Carlton; Stow BaU, Down- 
ham Market, Norfolk; 24 Norfolk 
Street, Park Lane, JT, 

Hare, capt. hon. Hugh Heniy, 8. of 2 
earl of Listowel; b. 1839; m. dr. of 
col. Bimie Brown: ex-lieut. in the 
Bengal army, a foreign service messen- 
ger from 1866. 

Boodle^ 8 ; 62 St. George* s Square, 
Belgrave Road, S. W. 

Hare, capt. hon. Ralph, r.h.a., s. of 2 
earl of Listowel ; b. 1838. 
Junior United Service. 

Hare, col. hon. Richard, bro. of 2 earl 
of Listowel ; b. 1804 ; m. dr. of vice- 
adm. William Wyndham: ex-maj.90ft. 
St. MichaeVs Lodge, Stoke, Devon- 



port, 
Hare, 



I, hon. Richard, s. of 2 earl of Lis- 
towel ; b. 1836 ; m. Caroline, dr. of capt. 



George Bideout Finder, Madras army, 
and niece of lieut.-govemor Trutch of 
British Columbia: commander royal 
navy. 
Naval and Military. 

Hare, lady Margaret Ernestine, b. 1869 ; 
lady Beatrice Mary, b. 1870, drs. of 3 
earl of Listowel. 

Hare, lady ; m. sir John Hare {d.), 
uncle of John Hare, mayor of Bristol 
1862, and of Sholto Hare, mayor of 
Bristol 1863. 

Harewood, 4 earl of (1812). Henry 
Thynne Lascelles^ b. 1824; m. 1. dr. 
of 1 marq. of Clanncarde ; 2. dr. of John 
George Smyth, Heath hall, Yorkshire ; 
2nd tit. vise. Lascelles: dep.-lieut. of 
Yorkshire, lieut.-col. commandant west 
riding hussars yeomanry from 1869. 

Travellert^, Carlton ; Harewood 
House, Leeds; Goldsborough Hall, 
Knaresborough ; 13 Hanover Square, 
W. 

Hargood, adm. William, s. of Benja- 
min Hai^ood, and nephew of adm. sir 
William Hai|^M>d, o.c.b.; b.l801; m. dr. 
of Henry Harrison, Seaford, Susses : 
dep.-lieut. of Sussex, served in the West 
Indies, the North Sea, and the Mediter- 
ranean. Worthing, Sussex, 

HarkneM, maj.-gen. Charles Thomas : 
ex-neut.-col. Madras Staff Corps. 

Harington, sir John Edward, 10 bart. 
(1611) b. 1821 ; m. dr. of John Stud- 
holme Browrigg, m.p. : b.a. Oxon., ex- 
capt. 48 ft. and coldstream guards, ex- 
capt. Middlesex rifle volunteers, dep.- 
lieut. of Middlesex. 

Garrick, Carlton; Aseot Lodge, Sun^ 
ninghiU, Berks ; 68 Eaton Place, S. W. 

Harington, lady. Sarah, dr. of Robert 
Moseley Thomas; m. sir Henry Byng 
Harington, h.c.s.i. (rf.), member of the 
coimcu of the governor-gen. of India. 
Richmond Mouse, Twickenham. 

Harley, col. Robert William, c.m.g., 
C.B. : served in Yucatan 1861, com- 
manded the western division of the 
troops on the west coast of Africa 1863, 
brigadier-^en. of the force in Yucatan 
1867, admmistrator on the Gold Coast 
1872-73, ex-lieut.-col. 2 West India 
regiment. 

Harman, hon. Lawrence Harman King-, 
B. of 1 vise. Lorton ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of 
James Raymond Johnstone, of Alva: 



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asaumed the name of Hannan in 1839 
on succeeding to the estates of his grand- 
mother the countess of Bosse^ep.-lieut. 
of Longford, high sheriff of Westmeath 
in 1845. 
' NetceaatUj Loiigford. 

Hamage, sir Henry George, 3 bart. 
(1821) b. 1827 ; m. dr. of rev. Kichard 
Egremont, Reedness hall, York, vicar of 
Wroxeter: ex-capt. south Salop yeo- 
manry*, a magistrate for Salop. 
BeUwardyne, WetUoek^ Salop, 
Harness, m^j.-sen. sir Henry Drury, 
II.B., K.C.B., b. 1808 : served in the 
Indian mutiny, and in the Oude and 
Bohilcund campaigns, ex-director of the 
royal engineers dep6t at Chatham, col, 
commandant royal engineers. 
Wartitiffy Bannffstoke, 
Harper, bp. ; vide Christchurch. 
Harrington, 7 earl of (1742). Charles 
Wyndham Stanhope ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. 
of Robert Lucas de Pearsall, Wartensee 
Castle. St Gall, Switzerland ; 2nd tit. 
vise. Petersham : dep.-lieut. of Derby- 
shire. 

CarUon ; £lvaston, Derby; Oaws- 
fcorth, Maeeles/leld; Stanhope Lod^e, 
West Ootces ; 4 (h-aig'a Court, Charttw 
Crose.S.W. 
Harrington, bart. ; vide Harington. 
Harrington, dew. -countess of. Eliza- 
beth, dr. of "William Green, Trelawney, 
Jamaica ; m. 5 earl of Harrington, c.b. 
Harrington HoueCy Kensington Pa- 
lace Oardensy W. 
Harris, 4 baron (1815). George Robert 
Canning Harris, s. of 3 baron Harris, 
O.C.8.I. ; b. 1851 ; m. dr. of 3 vise. St. 
Vincent: b.a. Oxon., capt. royal east 
Kent yeomanry from 1873. 
Belmont, Feversham, Kent, 

Harris, hon. Arthur Earnest, s. of 2 
- baron Harris ; b. 1835 ; m. dr. of Richd. 
Butler Bryan, and widow of capt. Arthiu* 
Chaigneau, Benown house, Westmeath : 
ex-capt. 43 ft., served in the New Zea- 
land war 1864-65. 
Harris, adm. hon. sir Edward Alfred 
John, K.C.B., B. of 2 earl of Malmesbury ; 
b. 1808 ; m. dr. of capt. Samuel Cham- 
bers, roj-al navy : m.p. (c.) Christchurch 
1844-52, dep.-heut. of Hants, consul at 
Elsinore in 1852, consul-gen. in Peru 
1852-53. Chili 1853-58, minister to 
S>*1tzerland 1858, envoy to Switzerland I 



1859-67, to the Netherlands (4000/.) 
from 1867. The Hague. 
Harris^ hon. Robert ; vide Temple. 
Harr^^ lady. dr. of Greorge Sligo, 
Seaclifl^^ Haddington ; m. 1. maj. sir 
William Comwallis Harris; 2. Archi- 
bald Vincent Smith. 
Harris, lady. dr. of Richard Thome, 
Pilton, Devon; m. sir William Snow 
Harris, p.k.s. (d.) Plymouth. 
Harrison, archdeacon Bei^amin, s. of 
Benjamin Harrison, Clapham, treasurer 
of Guy*s hospital; b. 1809; m.a. 
Oxon., canon of Canterbury (1000/.), 
archdeacon of Maidstone from 184o, 
select preacher at Oxford 1835-36, do- 
mestic chaplain to abp. Howley of Can- 
terbury 1838-48. 

PrednetSy Canterbury; 7 Bedford 
Square, JF.C 
Haxiison, Carles, s. of Benjamin Har- 
rison, Liverpool; b. 1830; m. dr. of 
Samuel Kempson, Birmingham: ex- 
capt. 1 Worcestershire rifle volunteers, 
a magistrate for Worcestershire, m.p. 
(L.^ Bewdley fh)m 1874. 

National; Areley Court, Stourport, 
Worceaterehire. 
Harrison, James Fortescue, s. of Henry 
Fortescue Harrison ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of 
T. Himiphries. Oxford: educated abroad, 
called to the oar at Lincoln's inn 1864, 
M.p. (l.) Kilmarnock burghs from 1874. 
Reform ; Crawley Down Park, StU' 
»ex ; 88 Cornwall ufardetity South Ken^ 
eington, S. W. 
Harrison, Michael, s. of R. Harrison, 
Ballynena, Antrim ; b. 1823 ; m. 1. dr. 
of D. Denison; 2. dr. of J. Stronge, 
M.D., Dublin: called to the Irish bar 
1849, queen's counsel 1863, solicitor- 
gen, for Ireland 1867-68, judge of the 
court of bankruptcy (2000/.) from 1868. 
3 Mountjoy Squarey Dublin. 
Harrison, Richara Pryce, c.s.i. : in the 
Bengal civil service 1834-67, ex-con- 
troller-general of accounts in India and 
government director of the bank of 

12 Pembridge Place, Weetboume, W. 
Harrowby, 2 earl of (1809). Dudley 
Ryder, d.c.l., p.c, k.q. ; b. 1798 ; m. 
dr. {d.) of 1 marq. of Bute; 2nd tit. 
vise. Sandon : m.a. Oxon., secretary to 
the India board 1830-31, chancellor of 
the duchy of Lancaster in 1855, lord 

frivy seal 1855-57, m.p. (p.) Tiverton 
819-31, Liverpool 1831-17, dep.-lieut. 



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of Staffordshire, and vie^-lieut. from 
1861, a life governor of King's college, 
London. 

TraveUer8\ Carlton ; Sandon Souse, 
Stone, Staffordshire ; Kortott, Moreton- 
in-'the'Marsh, Gloucestershire; 39 
Orosvenor Square, JF, 

Hart, maj.-gen. Edward Home : for- 
merly in the Bombay army. 

Hart, maj.-gen. Henry George: received 
"thanks and approbatioir' for the 
promptitude with which he quelled the 
mutinvof the north Tioperary . militia 
in 1856, lieut.-col. h.p. aep6t battalion. 

Hartington, marq. of (eld. & of duke 
of Devonshire) . Spencer Compton Caven- 
dish, LL.D., P.C.; b. 1833: m.a. Can- 
tab., dep.-lieut. of Derbyshire, capt. 
duke of Lancaster's yeomanry 1855-/3, 
hon. col. 5 Lancashire rifle volunteers 
from 1869, hon. col. Dcrbj'shire militia 
from 1871, a lord of the admiralty in 
1863, under-secretary for war 1863-66, 
secretary for war in 1866, postmaster- 
gen. 1868-71, chief secretary for Ireland 
1871-74, M.p. (l.) north Lancashire 
1857-68, Badnor burghs from 1869. 

lie forfn. Brooks' , Devonshire; 78Pk?- 
caditly, Jr.; Holker Hall, Lancashire; 
Harlwich Hall, ChesterMd, 

Hartiimere, baron; xidt Henniker. 

Hartley, sir Charles Augustus, s. of "W. 
A. Hartley, Darlington ; b. 1825 : resi- 
dent engineer at PljTuouth 1850-55 for 
the late J. Locke, en^eer in chief to 
the European commission of the Danube 
from 1857, served in the Crimea as capt. 
in the Turkish contingent enpiineers, 
officer of the order of the Medjidie. 
Sulina, Mouth of the Danube, 

Hartopp, sir John William Cradock-, 4 
hart. (1796). b. 1829; m. dr. of Edwaid 
Gyles Howard, nephew of 12 duke of 
Norfolk : ex -capt. 17 lancers, served in 
the Crimeajdep.-lieut. of Warwickshire, 
lieut.-col. Warwickshire rifle volunteers 
fi:oml865. 

Arthur's, Army and Navy ; Four 
Oaks Hall, Sutton Coldfield; Orimley 
Hall, Market Harborough, Leicester; 
23 Eaton Square, S. W. 

Hartwell, sir Brodrick, 2 bart. (1805) 
b. 1813 ; m. dr. {d.) of rev. W. Gun- 
thorpe, Antigua. 

Wierre aux Bois, Boulogne, France. 

Harty, col. Joseph ^ark, k.h., bro. of 
sir Robert Way Harty, m.p., 1 bart. ; b. 
1786 : served with 33 ft. at the capture 



of the Isle of France 1810, in Holland 
1814, and in the campaign of 1815 at 
Waterloo, retired on full pay as Ueut.- 
col. 33 ft. 

Harty, sir Robert, 2 bart. (1831), s. ot 
1 bart., lord mavor of Dublin ; b. 1815 ; 
m. dr. of rev. Samuel Fairclough, AM- 
nagh^^Cork: called to the Irish bar 1839, 
B.A. Dublin. 
3 Lansdoume Crescent, Cheltenham. 

Harrey, sir Charles Harvey, 2 bart. 
(1868), b. 1849 ; m. dr. of Benjamin 
Green, Newcastle : b.a. Cantab. 
Household House, Thorpe, Norwich. 

Harvey, sir George, r.s.a., s. of George 
Harvey, Stirling ; b. 1805 : m. 1. dr. of 
George Carstairs ; 2. dr. {d.) of William 
Muir, Glas^w: dep.-lieut. of Edin- 
burgh, president of the royal Scottif^ 
academy from 1864. 
21 Beyent Terrace, Edinburgh. 

Harrey, sir Georg^e Frederick, k.o.s.i., 
8. of lieut.-gen. sir John Harvey, k.c.b., 
K.C.H.. governor of Nova Scotia, by dr. 
of 1 vise. Lake ; b. 1809 ; m. dr. (rf.) 
of H. Paulin, Crouchers, Ilford, Essex : 
in the Bengal ci\Tl service 1827-63, 
commissioner at Agra and Delhi during 
the mutinv 1857-58. 
Larkjield, Biehmond, Surrey. 

Harrey, sir Robert Bateson, 1 bart. 
(1868) b. 1824 ; m. 1. dr. of archdeacon 
Creyke ; 2. Magdalen^widow of A. An- 
derson, New South Wales, and dr. of 
sir John Pringle, 5 bart. : m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of JBucks, capt. Bucks yeo- 
manry from 1858, M.p. (c.) Bucks 1864- 
68, and from 1874. 
Carlton; Langley Park, Slimgh. 

Harrey, lady Elizabeth, dr. of 12 earl 
of Buchan ; b. 1831 ; m. Henry L^- 
Harvey (s. of col. James Octavius Lee- 
Harvey, hv dr. and heir of hon. John 
Haney. Castlesemple), b. 1823, dep.- 
lieut. of Renfrewshire. 

Castlesemple, Lochwinnoeh, Benfrew^ 
shire. 

Haikoll, lady Anne Caroline, sis. of 12 
earl of Eellie ; b. 1823 ; m. rev. Joseph 
HaskoU (rf.), rector of east Barkwifli,. 
linoolnshire. 
East Betford, Notts. 

Hasiard, col. Fairfax Charles, r.e., 
C.B., 8. of major-gen. Hassard, r.e. ; 
served in the Crunea, knight of the> 
Medjidie, commanding royal engi- * 
neers at the Curragh 1869-73, at Sheer- 
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Haitiiigft, 25 baron (1289). Bernard 
Edward Delaval Astley ; b. 1855. 

Melton Constable. Dereham^ Norfolk ; 
Seaton Delaval^ Newcastle, Northum- 
berland. 

Hastings, lord (eld. s. of earl of Hun- 
tingdon). Francis Power Plantagenet 
Hastings ; b. 1841 ; m. dr. of col. hon. 
J. C. Wttstenra, Shanavogue, King's 

CO. ' 

Ha st ing s, vice.-adm. hon. George 
Fowler, c.B., s. of 11 earl of Hunting- 
don; b. 1814; m. dr. of W. H. Hitch- 
cock, St. Omer : served in the Crimea, 
knight of the Medjidie, capt.-8uperin- 
tendant at Gosport 1859-63, conunand- 
ing on the Pacific station 1866-73, at 
Sheemess from 1873. 

Union, United Service ; 39 Stanhope 
Gardens, Queen' » Gate, S. W, 

Hastings, hon. Gilbert Theophilus 
Clifton Abney-, s. of late countess of 
Loudoun ; b. 1859. 

H as t in g s, hon. Henry Cecil Planta- 
genet Abney-, s. of late countess of 
Loudoun ; b. 1860. 

Hastings, hon. Paulyn Francis Cuth- 
bert Abney-, s. of late countess of Lou- 
doun ; b. 1856. 

H as ting s, hon. Warner Francis John, 
eld. 8. of lord Hastings; b. 1868. 

Hastings, hon. mrs. Edward, dr. of 
George James Morris, h.b.i.c.b. ; m. 
hon. Edward Plantagenet Hastings (rf.). 

Hastings, lady Flora Paulyna Hetty 
Abney-, dr. of late countess of Loudoun ; 
b. 18o4. 

Hastings, marchioness of. Florence, 
dr. of 2 marq. of Anglesea ; b. 1842 ; m. 

1. fourth and last marq. of Hastings; 

2. sir George Chetwynd, 4 bart. 
5a Cork Street, Bond Street, W. 

Hastings, dow. -baroness. Frances, dr. 
of T. Cosham, Clifton; m. 23 baron 
Hastings, hon.-col. Norfolk artillery 
militia. 

Hatherley, 1 baron (1869). William 
Page Wood, F.ii.8., d.c.l., ll.d., p.c, 
8. of alderman sir Matthew Wood, 1 
bart., M.P. ; b. 1801 ; m. dr. of Edward 
Moor, Great Bealings, Suffolk: m.a. 
Ciintab., called to the bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1827, queen's counsel 1845,8olicitor- 

feneral 18ol-52, a vice-chancellor 1853- 
8, a lord-justice of appeal in 1868, lord 



high chanceller 1868-72, M.P. (l.) 

Oxford city 1847-53. 
Beforin; 31 Great George Streety 

Westminster, S. W. ; The Med House, 

Ipswich. 
Hatohell, lady Sarah Emily Grace, dr. 

of 3 earl of Clancarty; b. 1843; m. 

John Melville Hatchell, ex 2 ft. 
Hatherton, 2 baron (1885). Edward 

Richard Littleton ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of 5 

duke of Northumberland: m.p. (l.) 

Walsall 1847-52, south Staffordshire 

1853-57, dep.-lieut. of Staffordshire, and 

vice-lieut. from 1855, col. 2 Staffordshire 

militia from 1853. 
Brooks', Travellers' ; Teddesley 

Park, Penkridge, Stafford. 
Hatherton, dow. -baroness. Caroline, 

dr. of Richard Hurt, Wirks worth ; m. 1. 

Edward Da vies Davenport, Capestnome, 

Cheshire ; 2. as his second wife, 1 baron 

Hatherton. 
Hathom, admiral Geonre, s. of Geoi^ 

Hathom, Brun8^^'ick Square, London; 

b. 1803; m. dr. of rev. William 

M^Douall, vicar of Luton and canon of 

Peterborough (nephew of 6 earl of Dum- 
fries) : sen'ed on the south American 

station, and in the Mediterranean on 

the coast of S\Tia and the bombardment 

of St. Jean d'Xcre. 
Brook Bank Villas, Dover. 
Hatton, hon. Harold Heneage Finch-, 

s. of 9 earl of Winchelsea ; b. 1856. 
Hatton, hon. Henry Stormont Finch-, 

s. of 9 earl of Winchelsea ; b. 1852. 
Hatton, hon. Murrav Edward Gordon 

Finch-, s. of 9 earl of Winchelsea; b. 

1851 : B.A. Oxon, 
Haverholme Priory, Sleaford, 
Hatton, lady Evelyn Georgina Finch-, 

dr. of 9 earl of Winchelsea ; b. 1854. 
Hatton, lady#Hilda Jane Finch-, dr. of 

10 earl of Winchelsea ; b. 1856. 
Hatton, lady Louisa Rnch-, dr. of 

countess of Mansfield; b. 1800; m. 

hon. and rev. Daniel Finch-Hatton 

{d.) 
St. Elmo, Torquay. 
Hanghton, maior-gen. John Colpoys, 

C.8.I. ; m. Barbara, dr. of hon. ana rev. 

T. P. Bouverie : served in Beloochistan. 

and in Affghanistan 1838-42. Bengal 

staff corps. 
Havelook, col. sir Henry Marshman, 

v.c, C.B., 2 bart. (1858) b. 1830 ; m. 

lady Alice, dr. of 2 earl of Ducie : as- 



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Bistant-quartermaBter-general in the 
Persian expedition 1857, aide-de-camp 
to his father in the Oude campaign, 
deputy-assistant-adjutant-general at 
Aldershot 1861-67, assistant quarter- 
master-general in Canada 1867-69, as- 
sistant adjutant-general in Ireland 
1869-72, M.p. (l.) Sunderland from 
1874. Army f Navy, United Service. St. 
Stephen' a; 70 Cheifter Smtare, S. TF. 
Havelook, dow.-lady. Hannah, dr. of 
rey. Joshua Marshman, d.d., of Seram- 

Sire, India ; m. major-gen. sir Henry 
arelock, k.o.b., 1 bart., who distin- 
guished himself at Cawnpore and 
liucknow. 
14 Kensington Park Gardem, W. 

Havelock, lady Alice, b. 1848 ; vidt 
col. sir Henry M. Havelock. 

Hawaii, 2 bp. of (1861). rt. rev. Alfred 
Willis, D.D., 8. of Francis Willis, m.d., 
Shillingthorpe Hall, Lincobi ; b. 1836 : 
M.A. Oxon., curate of Strood 1859-62, 
vicar of St. Mark's, Brompton, Kent, 
1862-72, bp. of Hawaii from 1872. 
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 

SfHawarden, 4 vise. (1791). Comwallis 
Maude; b. 1817; m. dr. (d.) of adm. 
hon. Charles Elphinstone-FIeming : ex- 
capt. 2 life guards, lieut.-col. command- 
ant north lipperary militia from 1854, 
a lord in waitmg to the Queen 1866-68, 
and from 1874. 

United Service^ Carlton; Dundrum, 
Tipperary; 5 Frtne^s Gardens, Princes 
Gate, South Kensington. 

Hawes, lady. dr. of sir Mark Isambard 
Brunei ; m. sir Benjamin Hawes, m.p., 
K.o.B. {d.), under-secretarv of state for 
tiie war department 1867-62. 
Hampton Court Palace, S. W. 

Hawke, 6 baron (1776). rev. Edward 
HcMy Julius Hawke ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. 
of flenry Dowker, Laysthorpe, York- 
shire : M.A. Cantab., rector of Willing^ 
ham, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, from 
1864 : Carlton; Park House, Pontefract. 

Hawke, hon. Bladen Edward, s. of 6 
baron Hawke ; b. 1866. 

Hawke, hon. Harold Brooke, s. of 5 
baron Hawke ; b. 1867. 

Hawke, hon. Martin Bladen, eld. s. of 
6 baron Hawke ; b. 1860. 

Hawke, hon. Stanhope, s. of 5 baron 
Hawke ; b. 1863. 

Hawke, hon. mrs. Martin. ,dr. of Thomas 
Nisbet, Merslngton; m. hon, Martin 
Bladen Edward Hawke (rf.). 



Hawke, hon. Mary Catherine, b. 1868 ; 

hon. Eleanor Jane, b. 1871, drs. of 6 

baron Hawke. 
Hawkes, gen. Robert: served in the 

Mahratta war 1817-18. Bengal cavalr}-. 
Hawkey, hon. mrs. Christabella Ko- 

setta, dr. of 2 baron Ventry ; b. 1825 ; 

m. Charles Hawkey, commander royal 

navy. 
Hawkins, col. Alexander Csesar, r.a., 

C.B., bro. of sir John Hawkins, 3 bart. : 

b. 1§23. 

Hawkins, maj.-gen. John Summerfield, 
K.E. ; b. 1814 : Her Majesty's commis- 
sioner for marking out the land bouu- 
daiT in North America between Canada 
and the United States 1868-62, com- 
manding the royal engineers in Dublin 
from 1872. 

Hawkins, rev. sir John Csesar, 4 bart. 
(1778) b. 1837; m. dr. of Thomas 
Ellamer Withington, Culcheth Hall, 
Lancashire: m.a. Oxon., incumbent of 
St. Paul's, Chatham, 1863-64, of West- 
cottj Surrey, 1865-66, rector of St. Al- 
ban's 1866-68, vicar, from 1874, of 
Halstead (485/.), Essex. 

Hawkshaw, sir John, f.r.8., c.b., s. of 
Henrv Hawkshaw, Leeds; b. 1811: m. 
dr. of rev. James Jackson, Green Ham- 
merton, Yorkshire : formerly in charj^o 
of the copper mines of Bolivia, con- 
structed the Lancashire and Yorkshire, 
the Charing Cix)ss and Cannon Street 
railway, etc.^ president of the institute 
of civil engmeers in 1862^ lieut.-col. 
engineer volunteers from 1866, consulting 
engineer to the government harbours ot 
refuge at Hoh'head and Aldemey. 

Belgrave mansions, Grosfienor Gar- 
dens, S.W.; Hollycombe, Liphook, 
Sussex ; 33 Great George Street, West- 
minster, S. W. 

Hawley, sir Joseph Henry, 8 bai-t. 
(1796) b. 1814; m. dr. of ^en. sir John 
Crosbie, o.c.h. : formerly in the army, 
dep.-lieut. of Kent, and nigh sheriif m 
1844. 

Turf, Reform; Leyhoumc Grange^ 
Maidstone; 34 Eaton Place, S. JF. 

Haworth, lady Mary Elizabeth, dr. of 
countess of Kothes, by George Gwj'ther 
Leslie; b. 1811; m. eapt. Martm E. 
Haworth, ex 60 ft., a foreign service 
messenger 1869-72. 
Balham Wood, Herts. 

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Hawthorne, maj.-gen. Robert John : 
served in Scinde 1846-46, also with the 
diyiaion under ^neral Wheeler in the 
Punjab campaign 1848-49. Bengal 
cayalry. 

Hay, baron ; vicle Kinnoull. 

Hay, col. Alexander Sebastian Leith, 
C.B., 8. of col. sir ^Vndrew Lcith Hav, 
K.H.; b. 1818; m. dr. of William 
Charles Hamilton, Craigland, Wigton : 
served in the Canadian rebellion, in the 
Crimea, and commanded 93 ft. at the 
assault on Sebastopol, also at the relief 
of Lueknow, commanded the highland 
brigade at Bareilly, and served m the 
Oude campaign, ex-lieut.-col. 93 ft. 

Zeith Bally Kenneth Mount, Aber- 
deen, 

Hay, sir Arthur Graham, 8 bart. (1663) 
b. 1839 ; m. dr. of John Brett Johnston, 
Ballykilbeg, Down. 
I^edbarn* Bouse, Dundalk, 

Hay, sir Edward Hay Dnunmond-, s. of 
Edward Auriol Drummond-Ha]r ; b. 
1816 ; m. 1. dr. of col. James iSving- 
stone ; 2. dr. of Edward Watts, Hvthe, 
Kent: governor of the Virgin islands 
1839-60, lieut.-govemor of St. Kitt's 
1860-62, governor of St. Helena 1856-63. 
Travellers' ; South Billy Southtcell, 
Xotts, 

Hay, sir Hector Maclean, 7 bart. (1708) 
b. 1821 ; m. dr. of J. White, m.d., 17 
hussars, and widow of col. W. Bird. 
2 Carlisle Place, Victoria Street, S.W. 
. Hay, vice.-adm. James Beckford Lewis, 
8. of capt. John Baker Hay, r.n.; b. 
1798; m. dr. of rear-adm. Edward 
Wallis Hoare, and grand-dr. of sir Ed- 
ward Hoare, 2 bart., m.p. : 8er\'ed with 
the army in South Beveland 1813-14, 
assisted at the bombardment of Algiers, 
and conducted a successful expedition 
against the pirates of Cuba. Clifton, 

Hay, James de Viames Drummond, c.B. , 
s. of Edward William Auriol Drummond 
Hay, and bro. of sir John Hay, k.c.b. ; 
b. 1834: attach^ to the legation at 
Morocco 1860-66, consul at Para 1866- 
70, at Valparaiso (1000/.) from 1870. 

Hay, vice-adm. Jonn, s. of James Hay, 
Se^gieden, Perth, a dep.-lieut. of Perth- 
shire; b. 1804: distmguiahed himself 
in all the operations which led to "the 
first and second capture of Canton 1841. 

Hay, vice-adm. John Baker Porter ; b. 
1800. 



Hay, vice-adm. rt. hon. sir John 
Charles Dalrymple, p.r.s., d.c.l., c.b., 
p.c, 3 bart. (1798) b. 1821 ; m. hon. 
Eliza, dr. of 8 oaron Napier: served at 
the capture of Beyrout and of St. Jean 
d'Acre, in Borneo '1845, commanded the 
" Hannibal ' ' during the Crimean war, the 
" Indus'* in the West Indies and North 
America 1867-60, knight of the Medjidie, 
a lord of the admiralty 1866-68^ep.. 
lieut. of Wigtonshire, m.p. (c.) Wake- 
field 1862-66, Stamford from 1866. 

United Service, Carlton; Dunragit, 
Wigton ; 108 St, Georgi^s Square, Bel- 
grave Road, S. W, 

Hay, sir John Hay Drummond, k.c.b., 
s. of Edward Auriol Drummond-Hay ; 
b. 1816; m. dr. of M. Carstensen, 
Danish consul-gen. in Morocco: for- 
merly keeper of the records in the Lyon 
office, Scotland, attach^ at Constanti- 
nople 1840-46, consul-gen. in Morocco 
1846-47, charge d'affeires 1847-60, mi- 
nister resident 1860-72, minister-pleni- 
potentiarv from 1872, knight grand 
cross of tne Ro^ of Brazil. 

Travellers' ; Tangier, Morocco, 

Hay, sir Robert, 8 bart. (1636) ; b. 
1826; m. dr. of A. Duncan, Rhode 
Island. 

Carlton; Kingsmeadows, Bagstoun, 
Peebles; 30 Bnnismore Gardens, 
Princes Gate, S. JT, 

Hay, hon. Alister GeoM^e Drummond-, 
8. of 11 earl of KinnouU ; b. 1861. 

Hay, hon. Archibald Fitzroy Drum- 
mond-, 8. of 11 earl of Kinnoull; b. 
1866. 

Hay, hon. Arthur, s. of 17 earl of 
ErroU; b. 1865. 

Hay, capt. hon. Arthur Drummond-, 
R.N., s. of 10 earl of Kinnoull ; b. 1833 ; 
m. dr. of C. Derby: a magistrate for 
Perthshire. 

Carlton, Marlborough ; Cromlix, 
Dunblane; Inherpeffray, Crieff, 

Hay, col. hon. Charles Rowley Drum- 
mond-, 8. of 10 earl of Kinnoull ; b. 1836 ; 
m. Arabella, dr. of col. William Meyxick 
by dr. of 1 duke of Cleveland: served 
in the Crimea, ex-capt. Scots fusilier 
guards, a magistrate for Berks. 

Barewood Lodge, Sunning Bill, 
Berks, 

Hay, hon. Claude George Drummond-, 
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Hay, hou. Fi-ancis, s. of 17 earl of 
ErroU ; b. 1864. 

Hay, hon. Francis George Drummond-, 
R.N., 8. of 11 earl of Kmnoull ; b. 1863. 

Hay, hon. mrs. Samuel, dr. of vice- 
aldm. hon. Duncombe PleydeU Bouverie ; 
b. 1811 : m. hon. Samuel Hay (^.), b. 
of 15 earl of Erroll. 

Hay, lord Charles Edward, s. of 8 
marq. of Tweeddale ; b. 1833 : served in 
the Kaffir war 1851-52, ex-capt. 2 ft. 

Hay, col. lord Edward George, s. of 7 
mara. of Tweeddale; b. 1800: ex-lieut.- 
col. 7 hussars. 

Hay, lord Frederick, s. of 8 marq. of 
Tweeddale; b. 1835: in the Bengal 
civU service 1866-64, formerly assistant 
commissioner at Umballah. 

Hay, rear-adm. lord John, c.b., s. of 8 
marq. of Tweeddale; b. 1827: com- 
manded the **Wa8D*' and the "Tri- 
bune" during the Crimean war, knight 
of the legion of honour, and of the 
Medjidie, commodore on tne East India 
station 1861-63, m.p. (l.) Wick 1867- 
69. Bipon 1866-71, a lord of the admi- 
ralty m 1866, 1868-71. Second in com- 
mand of the channel squadron firom 
1J876. 

Traveller 8\ Reform; Tester House y 
Haddington ; 149 PiecadUlp. 

Hay, rev. lord Thomas, s. of 7 marq. of 
Tweeddale ; b. 1802 ; m. dr. of sir Alex- 
ander Kinloch, 8 bart. : m.a. Cantab., 
rector of Rendlesham, Suffolk, 1830-73. 
Burlington Fine Arts Club ; Newton, 
FolkinghatHy Lincolnshire. 

Hay, lord William Montagu, s. of 8 
marq. of Tweeddale ; b. 1826 : in the 
Bengal civil service 1846-62, formerly 
deputy commissioner of Simla, m.p. (l.) 
Taunton 1865-68. 

Garrickj Boodle's; Tester House, 
Haddington; biA Albany yPiccadiltg, W. 

Hay, lady Cecilia Leila, b. 1860 ; lady 
Florence Agnes, b. 1872, drs. of 17 earl 
of Erroll. 

Hay, lady Constance Blanche Drum- 
mond-, b. 1851 ; lady Muriel Henrietta 
Drummond-, b. 1863, drs. of 11 earl of 
Kinnoull. ^ 

Hay, lady Jane, dr. of 7 marq. of Tweed- 
dale; b. 1797. 91 Elizabeth Street, 
Eaton Square^ S. IF, 

Hay, lady Julm, dr. of 8 marq. of 
Tweeddale; b. 1831. 

Hay, do w. -lady. Jane, dr. of William 



Sanderson Springbank; m. sir James 
Douglas Hamilton Hay, 6 bart. (1703). 

Hajres, vice-adm. Courtenay Osborne, 
8. of rear-adm. John Hayes, c.b.; b. 
1812; m. dr. of Alfred Slocock, Don- 
nington Cottage, Berks. 

Hayes, rev. sir John Warren, 3 b^rt. 
(1797) b. 1799; m. dr. (rf.) of George 
Bcauchamp, Prion-, Berks : m.a. Oxon.. 
rector of Arborneld, Beading, Berks 
(380/,). from 1839. 

University; 4 Blandford Square, 
N. W, ; Arlorjield, Beading, 

Hayes, rear-adm. John Montague, c.b., 
s. of rear-adm. John Hayes, c.b. ; b. 
1816; m. Julia, dr. of R. A. Coward: 
served on the South American station, 
in the Mediterranean, and in the Chi- 
nese war 1840-42 at Uie capture of 
Chusan and the blockade of Ningpo. 
Charltofi House, Southsea. 

Hayes, sir Samuel Hercules, 4 bart. 
a789) b. 1840 : ex-capt 2 life guards, 
dep.-ueut. of Donegal. 

Carlton, Arthurs ; Drumboe Castle, 
Sfranorlar, Donegal ; 9 Halkin Street 
West, Belgrave Square, S, W, 

Hayes, dow.-lady. Caroline, dr. of 
lieut.-gen. hon. sir Hercules Pakenhanu 
o.c.B. ; b. 1818 ; m. sir Edmund Samuel 
Ha3'es, m.p., 3 bart. (1789). 

Hayes, dow.-lady. Caroline, dr. of 
lliomas Stoughton; m. 1. col. A. H. 
Dickson, 40 ft. ; 2. sir Thomas Pelham 
Hayes, 2 bart. (1797). 

Hayes, lady. Sophia, dr. of John Hall, 
M.D., Leicester; m. sir George Hayes 
(d.), a judge in the court oif Queen's 
bench 1868-69. 
Purbrook Lodge, Oosham, 

Hayter, capt Arthur Divett, eld. s. of 
rt. hon. sir William Hayter, 1 bart. ; b. 
1836 ; m. dr. of Adrian John Hope, and 
niece of A. J. B. Hope, m.p.: m.a. 
Oxon., ex-lieut. grenadier guards, a 
magistrate for Somersetshire and for 
Berks, m.p. (l.) Wells 1866-68, Bath 
from 1873 ; It-col. London rifle brigade. 
Brooks\ Guards' ; SouthUl Park, 
Bracknell, Berks; Trevetw, Tintagel, 
Cornwall ; 76 Grosvenor Square, Jr. 

Hayter, rt. hon. sir William Good- 
enough, Q.c, p.c, 1 bart. (1858) b. 
1792; m. dr. (rf.) of William Pulsford, 
Linslade, Bucks : m.a. Oxon., called to 
the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1819, queen's 
coimsel 1839, judge-advocate-gen. 1847- 
49, secretary to the treasury* 1849-52, 



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1852-58. M.P. (l.) Wells 1837-65, dep.- 
lieut. of Berks. 

Reform; Southill Farky Brackmlly 
Berks; Wells, Sontei'set ; 19 Hyde 
Park Terrace^ Cumberland Gate, W, 

Haythome, m^j.-gen. sir Edmund, 
K.C.B., s. of Jomi Havthome, Hill 
House, Gloucester : b. Ibl8 ; m. dr. of 
J. Thomas : served in China 1841, in the 
Punjab, and Afighanistan campaigns, 
assistant-adjutant-gen. of the highland 
division in the Crimea, adjutant-gen. in 
India 1860-63, adjutant-gen. at head 
quarters 1863-65. 

Haslehnrtt, hon. mrs. Blanche, dr. of 
15 vise. Hereford ; b. 1845 ; m. Thomas 
Francis Hazlehurst. 

Misterton HaU, Lutterworth, ZeiceS' 
tershire. 

Hailerigg, sir Arthur Gray, 12 bart. 
(1622) b. 1812; m. dr. of Charles 
Allan Phillipps, St Bride's Hill, Pem- 
broke : dep.-heut. of Leicestershire, and 
high sheriff in 1837. 
No9elff Haily Leicester, 

Head, rt. hon. sir Francis Bond, 
K.C.H., P.O., 1 bart (1830) ; b. 1793; 
m. hon. Julikj sister of 16 biu*on Somer- 
ville: ex-mai. royal engineers, served 
at Waterloo, lieut.-gov. of upper Canada 
1835-38. 
Athetutum ; Park Souse, Croydon. 

Head, dow.-lady. Anna, dr. of rev. 
Philip Yorke (grandson of 1 earl of 
"Hardwicke) ; b. 1808 ; m. rt. hon. sir 
Edmund Head, b.c.l^ x.c.b., 8 bart. 
(extinct), governor of Canada 1854-61. 
29 Eaton Square, S. W. 

Headfort, 8 mara. of (1800). Thomas 
Taylour; b. 1822; m. dr. {d.) of alder- 
man William Thompson, m.p. ; sits as 
baron Kenlis (1831); 2nd tit. earl of 
Bective : high sheriff of Meath in 1844, 
and of Westmoreland in 1868, state 
steward to viceroy of Ireland 1852-68, 
M.P. (c.) Westmoreland 1854-70, lieut- 
col. Cavan militia 1854-74. 

WhUf^s, Carlton; Headfort House, 
Kellsy Meath ; The Lodge, Virginia, 
Cavan; 24 Grafton Street, W, 

Headlam, rt. hon. Thomas Emerson, 
Q.C., P.C.J s. of archdeacon John Head- 
lam of Bichmond ; b. 1813 ; m. dr. of 
maj. Ivan Straubenzee, royal artillery, 
Eastfield House, Yorkshire : m.a. Can- 
tab., called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1839, queen's coimsel 1852, 
. judge-advocate-gen. 1859-66, dep.-lieut. 



of Yorkshire, m.p. (l.) Newcastle-on- 
Tvne 1847-74, chancellor of the dioceses 
of Ripon and of Durham from 1854. 

Oxford and Cambridge; Giltnonby 
Hall, Barnard Castle, Yorkshire; 111 
St. Georges Square, Belgrade Road, 
S.JT. 
§tHeadle7, 3 baron (1797). Charles 
Allanson Winn; b. 1810; m. dr. of 
maj. D'Arley: dep.-lieut. of Essex, and 
of Kerry. 

Carlton, At henamn ; Aghadoe House, 
KiUarney ; Bramham Htggin, TadcaS" 
ter ; yVarley Lodge, Brentwood, Essex ; 
3 Ettnismore Gardens, Prince's Gardens, 

s.jr. 

Heard, lady Charlotte Emily, dr. of 8 
earl of Winterton; b. 1811; m. rev. 
James Beckford Neville Heard, m.a. 
Oxon., domestic chaplain t6 4 earl of 
Winterton. 

Heath, rear-adm. sir Leopold Geoi^, 
X.C.B., 8. of mr. Serjeant Heath; b. 
1817 ; m. dr. of Arthur Cuthbert Marsh, 
Eastburv, Herts: commanded the 
"Niger during the Crimean war, 
commanded the coast-^uard district, 
^outhampton, 1856-61, aide-de-camp to 
the Queen 1869-71. 

United Service; Austin Grange, 
Dorkina. 

Heath, Robert, s. of Robert Heath, 
Kid4p*ove, Staffordshire ; b. 1816 ; m. 
dr. or James Beech, Tunstall, Stafford- 
shire : a magistrate and dep.-lieut for 
Staffordshire, an ironmaster at Biddulph, 
Ravensdale and Colebridge, m.p. (c.) 
Stoke-upon-Trent from 1874. 

Conservative; Green wag Park, Stoke^ 
upon- Trent ; Biddulph Orange, Congle- 
ton. 

Heath, capt. William Andrew James, 
R.N., c.B. ; bt 1820 : served on the north 
American and Mediterranean stations, 
and took part in 1840 in the capture of 
Caifih and Isour and the bombardment 
of St. Jean d'Acre. 

Heathooto, vice-adm. Edmund, cousin 
of rt. hon. sir William Heatchcote, p.c, 
5 bart. ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. of col. Law, 
K.H., commanding the roval Newfound- 
land companies: commanding at Que^is- 
town 1871-74. 

Heathcote, rt. hon. sir William, d.c.l., 
P.O., 5 bart. (1733) b. 1801 ; m. 1. dr. 
of baron Arden ; 2. dr. of Evelyn John 
Shirley, of Lower Eatin&ton, Warwick, 
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M.P. (c.) Hants 1826-32, north Hants 
.1837-49, Oxford university 1854-68. 

Athenceum, Oxford ana Cambridge; 
Hursley Parky JP'inchester, 

Heathoote, hon. Charles Strathavon, s. 
of 2 baron Aveland, ; b. 1870. 

Heathcote, hon. Gilbert, s. of 2 boron 
Aveland; b. 1867. 

Heathoote, hon. Elizabeth Sophia, dr* 
of 1 baron Aveland ; b. 1838. 

Heathoote, hon. Evelyn Clementina, 
b. 1864 ; hon. Margaret Marj', b. 1866 ; 

hon. Nina, b. 1869 ; hon. , b. 1874, 

drs. of 2 baron Aveland. 

Hedges, White- ; vide White-Hedges. 

Helden, maj. William Augustus Tryden, 
C.M.O. : served on the Gambia 1846, 
with the exi>edition under col. Harley 
up the Gambia 1864, accompanied com- 
modore CommercU up the nver Prah on 
the Gold Coast 1873, capt. 100 ft. 

Hellmuth, bp. ; vide Huron. 

Helmiley, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Fever- 
sham). William Reginald Buncombe ; 
b.l8o2 : ex-lieut 1 life guards, m.p. (c.) 
north Yorkshire from 1874. 

Guards^ ; 22 Fork Street^ Grosvenor 
Square, W. 

Helps, sir Ai-thur, d.c.l., k.c.b., s. of 
Thomas Helps, Balham; b. 1817; m. 
dr. of capt. Edward Fuller: m.a. Oxon., 
private secretary to the chancellor of the 
exchequer (lord MonteagleJ 1835-40. 
and to the chief secretary ror Ireland 
(lord Morpeth), clerk to the privy 
council (1700/.) from 1859. 

Oxford and Canibridye ; Kexo Gretn^ 
Surrey, 

Henderson, col. Edmund Yeamans 
Walcotty R.B., C.B., s. of rear-adm. 
George Henderson: controller of convicts 
in west Australia 1850-62, surveyor- 
gen, of prisons 1863-69, commissioner of 
metropolitan police of London (2150/.) 
fit>m 1869. 

4 TFhitehall Place, S. W. ; 4 Gledhow 
Gardens, South Kefmnaton, S. W, 

Henderson, maj. -gen. William, r.a. : 
served in New Zealand 1847, retired on 
full pay of col. 

10 Ketuinqton Gardens Terrace, 
Hyde Park, iF. 
Heneage, lady Eleanor, dr. of 2 earl of 
listowel ; b. 1845 ; m. Edward Heneage 
(s. of George Fieachi Heneage. m.p.), 
b. 1840, ex-lieut. 1 life guards, m.p. 
(l.) Lincoln 1865-68, dep.-lieut. of 



liincolnshire, vice-chairman of tho- 
quarter sessions for Lindsev. 

Trarellers*, Brooks*; Sainton Hally. 
Lincoln ; 10 Grosveftor Gardens, Eaton 
Square, 8. W. 
Henley, 3 baron (1799). Anthony 
Henley Henley; b. 1825; m. 1. cousin, 
dr. of very rev. dean Peel of Worcester, 
and niece of the rt. hon. sir Robert Peel, 2 
hart.; 2. dr. of Joseph Jekyll: m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Nortnants, and high sheriff" 
in 1854, m.p. QlO Northampton 1859-74^ 
Brooks' ; Watford Court, Jtughy^ 
Northants. 
Henley, rt. hon. Joseph Warner, d.c.l.,, 
p.c. ; b. 1793 ; m. dr. (rf.) of John and 
lady Elizabeth Fane : m.a. Oxon., pre- 
sident of the board of trade in 1852. 
1858-59, dep.-lieut. of Oxfordshire, and 
of Bucks, M.p. (c.) Oxfordshire fronr 
1841. 

Carlton ; Waterperry, Wheatlcy^ 
Oxon, 
Henley, hon. Anthony Ernest, s. of 3^ 

baron Henley ; b. 1858. 
Henley, hon. Frederic, eld. s. of 3^ 
baron Henley; b. 1849: attache at 
Vienna 1870-73. 
Henley, hon. and rev. Robert, s. of 2 
baron Henley ; b. 1831 ; m. dr. of 
Robert Aldridge, Horsham : m.a. Oxon., 
vicar of Putney, S.W. (500/.) from 186U 
\\ The Cedars, Putney, 
Henley, hon. Gertrude Augusta, b. 
1851 ; hon. Evelv-n, b. 1853 ; hon. Har- 
riet Adelaide, b. 1871; hon. , b. 1873, 

drs. of 3 baron Henley. 
Hennessey, John Pope, c.m.o., s. of 
John Hennessey. Cork ; b. 1834 : called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1861^ 
and officiated for some time as deputy 
recorder of Newark, m.p. (c.) King's co. 
1859-65, governor of Labuan 1867-71, of 
the west African settlements 1871-73, of 
the Bahamas (2000/.) from 1873, a 
knight of Malta. 
Stafford, 
Henniker, 5 baron (1800). John Major 
Henniker, f.s.a., b. 1842 ; m. dr. of 3 
earl of Desart ; sits as baron Hartismcro 
(1866): M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of 
Suffolk, M.p. (c.) east Suffolk 1866-70. 

White's, Carlton ; Thomham Ball, 

Eye, Suffolk; Worlingxcorth Rail,. 

Framiingham. 

Henniker, sir Brydges Powell, 4 hart. 

(1813) b. 1835; m. dr. of Thomas- 



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Hugham, of Airds, by dr. of 8 duke of 
St. Alban's, and sis. of lady John Man- 
ners : ex-camt. royal horse guards, dep.- 
lieut. of Essex, .ex-capt. west Essex 
yeomanry. 

Carlton; Newton Holly Dunmow^ 
E99ex ; 9 Gloucester Terraeej Gloucester 
Gatey HegenVa Fark, N. W. 

Henniker, hon. Albert Edward John, 
eld. s. of 5 baron Henniker ; b. 1866. 

Hmmiker, hon. Arthur Henry, s. of 4 
baron Henniker ; b. 1855. 

Hanniker, hon. Edward Minet, s. of 4 
baron Henniker ; b. 1848. 

Henniker, hon. mrs. William, dr. of 
Edward Famham, Quomdon House, 
Leicester; m. hon. and rev. William 
Ghafie Henniker (</.). 

Henniker, hon. Mary, b. 1838 ; hon. 
Anne Helen, b. 1844, drs. of 4 baron 
Henniker. 
6 Grafton Street , Bond Street, W. 

Henniker, hon. Alice Margaret, dr. ot 
5 baron Henniker ; b. 1870. 

Henniker, dow. -baroness. Anna, dr. 
of sir Edward Kerrison, 1 bart. ; b. 1813 ; 
m. 4 baron Henniker. 
6 Grafton Street, Bond Street, JT. 

Henniker, dow.-ladv. hon. Elizabeth, 
dr. of 3 baron Henniker; m., as his 
second wife, sir Augustus Brydges Hen- 
niker, 3 bart. (grandson of 1 baron 
Henniker). 
5 Matlock Terrace, Torquay, 

Henning, coL Sherlock, o.b., s. of 
Williimi Lewis Henning, Frome; b. 
1831; m. Frances, dr. of col. Philip 
Warren Pedler: served with 88 ft. in 
the Crimea, in the Indian mutiny^ and 
commanded 26 ft. in the Ab3r8smian 
campaign 1868, lieut.-col. 38 ft. 
lYome, Whitfield, Dorchester. 

Henry, col. Charles Stuart, R.A., c.B. ; 
m. hon. Louisa, dr. of 17 baron Somer- 
yille; served in the Crhnea, knight of 
the Medjidie, aide-de-camp to the duke 
of Cambridge. 

Henry, Mitchell, s. of Alexander Henry, 
Woodlands, Crumpsall, Lancashire, M. p . ; 
b. 1826; m. dr. (a.) of George Vaughan, 
Quillea House, l)own: educated at 
University college, London, formerly a 
consulting surgeon in London, a magis- 
trate for Galway and Middlesex, m.p. 
(l.) Galway from 1871. 
tteform ; Kyleinore Castle^ Galway ; 



Stratheden Home, South Place, Butland 
Gate, Hyde Fark, W, 

'Kvnij, sir Thomas, s. of David Henry, 
Dublin; b.l807: m.a. Dublin, called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1829, a 
magistrate at Lambeth police coiurt 1840- 
46, at Bow Street 1846-64, chief magis- 
trate at Bow Street (1500/.) from 1864. 
Garrick, Union ; 23 Hanover Square^ 

Henry, hon. mrs. Louisa Harriet, b. 
1835 ; vide col. Charles Stuart Henrj*, 
B.A., c.B. 

Hepbnm, col. Henrjr Poole, c.B. : served 
in the Crimea, kmght of the Medjidie, 
lieut.-col. h.p. Scots flisilier guards. 
18 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W, 

Hepbnm, sir Thomas Buchan, 3 bart. 
(1815) b. 1804; m. dr. of Archibald 
Little, Shobden Park, Surrey : called to 
the Scotch bar 1827, dep.-lieut. of Had- 
dingtonshire, M.p. (c.) Haddingtonshire 
1838-47. 

Carlton ; Stneaton, Prestonkirk^ 
Haddington. 

Herbert, baron (eld. s. of earl of Pem- 
broke). 

Herbert, maj.-gen. Arthur James, c.B., 
s. of John Jones, of Llanarth, by dr. of 
8 earl of Fingall ; b. 1820 : served in 
the Crimea, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidie, assistant- 
adiutant-gen. 1867-73, commanding 3 
rine brigade at Aldershot fix)m 1873. 

Herbert, m^.-gen. Charles, o.b., a. of 
Richard Townsend Herbert, Cahimane, 
Kerry, and bro. of rear-adm. sir Thomas 
Herliert, k.c.b. : commanded the 76 ft. 
in the Lidian mutiny before Delhi, 
lieut.-col. h.p. 54 ft. 

Herbert, Henry Arthur, s. of rt. hon. 
Henry Arthur Herbert, of Huckross, 
M.P. ; b. 1840 ; m. hon. Emily, dr. of 2 
baron Keane: ex-capt. coldstream 
guards, m.p. (l.) Kerry, from 1866, a 
magistrate for Kerry. 

Brooks', Guards*, Travellers*; Muck- 
rose Abbey, Killarney, Kerry. 

Herbert, major-gen. rt. hon. sir Percy 
Egerton. k.c.b., p.c, s. of 2 earl of 
Powis ; b. 1822 ; m. ladv Man*, dr. of 
earl of Kerry, and grana-dr. of 3 marq. 
of Lansdowne : ex-lieut.-col. 82 ft., 
served in the Kaffirwar 1851-53, miarter- 
master-general to the forces in the Cri- 
mea, deputy-quartermaster-general at 
headquarters 1860-65. assistant-auarter- 

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master-general at Aldershot 1866-67, at 
headquarters 1867-70, aide-de-camp to 
the Queen 1860-68, officer of the legion 
of honour, commander of St. Maurice 
tmd St. Lazarus, knight of the Mediidie, 
treasurer of the Queen's household 1867- 
68, M.p. (c.) Ludlow 1854-60, south 
Shropshire from 1866, hon. col. Shrop- 
shire rifle Tolunteers from 1870. 

Travellers^ Carlton ; Styehe^ Marktt 
Drayton. 

Herbert, col. St. John Septimus, c.b. : 

sometime commanded the militia and 

volunteers in New Zealand. 
Herbert, hon. Alan Percy Molyneux, 

s. of 3 earl of Camanron ; b. 1836 : m.a. 

Oxon., M.D. Paris. 
Athenaum ; 2 Rue Chatweatt'La' 

garde, Paris. 

Herbert, hon. Auberon Edward Moly- 
neux, B.C.L., B. of 3 earl of Carnarvon ; 
b. 1838 ; m. lady Florence, dr. of 6 earl 
Cowper : ex-lieut. 7 dragoons, b.a. 
Oxon., knight of the Dannebrog order, 
M.p. (l.) Nottingham 1870-74. 

Reform; MUfordy Htghdere^ Netc- 
bury ; 81 Queens Gate^ J^ih Kensiny^ 
ton, S. W, 

Herbert, hon. and very rev. George, s. 
of 2 earl of Powis ; b. 1826 ; m. Emma, 
dr. of sir Tatton Sykes, 4 bart. : m.a. 
Cantab. , prebendary of Hereford 1866-67, 
dean of Hereford (1000/.) from 1867. 
Deanery, Hereford. 

Herbert, hon. Michael Henry, bro. of 
13 earl of Pembroke ; b. 1867. 

Herbert, hon. Robert Charles, s. of 2 
earl of Powis ; b. 1827 ; m. dr. and heir 
of Edward Cludde, Orleton, Salop : m.a. 
Cantab., called to the bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1863, dep.-lieut. of Salop, ex-major 
2 Shropshire rifle volunteers. 

CarUon; Orleton Hall, Wellington. 

Herbert, hon. Sidney, bro. of 13 earl 
of Pembroke ; b. 1863. 

Herbert, col. hon. William Henry, s. 
of 2 earl of Powis ; b. 1834 ; m. Sybella, 
dr. of Mark William Vane Milbanke : 
served with 46 ft. in the Crimea, lieut.- 
col. h. p. 4 West India regiment, assist- 
ant-adjutant-general at Birmingham 
1870-7o, assistant-adjutant and quarter- 
master-general for the eastern district 
from 1873. 
Carlton. 



Herbert, hon. mrs. Charles, hon. 

Bridget Augusta, dr.of 6 vise. Torrington ; 

b. 1779 ; m. hon. Charles Herbert (rf.). 
8 Berkeley Street, Berkeley Square^ 

W. 
Herbert, hon. mrs. William, hon. 

Letitia Emily, dr. of 6 vise. Allen ; b. 

1788 ; m. hon. and very rev. William 

Herbert {d.), dean of Manchester. 
Herbert, hon. mrs. Augusta Charlotte, 

dr. of 1 baron Llanover; b. 1827; m. 

John Arthur Herbert (s. of John Jones, 

Llanarth, by dr. of 8 earl of Fingall), 

b. 1818, dep.-lieut. of Monmouthshire, 

and high sherifi'in 1868. 
Stafford, Brooks' ; 9 Great Stanhope 

Street, Mayfair, W. : Llanarth Qmrty 

Maglan, Monmouthshire. 
HerMrt, hon. mrs. Emily Julia, dr. of 

2 baron Eeane ; b. 1841 ; vide Henry 

Arthur Herbert, m.p. 
Herbert, hon. mrs. Albertina Agnes, 

dr. of 1 baron Londesborough ; b. 1864 ; 

.m. Ivor Herbert (s. of John Arthiur 

Herbert, by dr. of 1 baron Llanover), 

b. 1861. 
Llanarth Court, Raglan, Monmouth^ 

shire. 
Herbert, lady Constance Gladys, sis. of 

13 earl of Pembroke ; b. 1869. 
Herbert, lady Florence Amabel, dr. of 

6 earl Cowper ; b. 1840 ; vide hon. Au- 
beron Herbert. 
Herbert, lady Gwendolen, dr. of 3 earl 

of Carnarvon; b. 1842. 
Herbert, lady Harriet Jane, dr. of 2 earl 

of Powis ; b. 1831. 
Herbert, lady Mary, dr. and heir of 

earl of Kerry and grand-dr. of 3 marq. 

of Lansdowne ; b. 1836 ; vide major-gen. 

rt. hon. sir Percy Egerton Herbert, 

K.C.B. 

Herbert, lady Winifred Anne Henri- 
etta ; b. 18^ ; lady Margaret Leonora, 
b. 1870, drs. of 4 earl of Carnarvon. 

Herbert, dow. -baroness. Elizabeth, dr. 
of gen. Charles Ashe & Court, c.b., 
Amington Hall, Warwick, and niece of 1 
baron Heytesburv ; b. 1818 ; m. 1 baron 
Herbert of Lea (d.) secretary at war 
1869-61, father of 13 earl of Pembroke. 
38 Chesham Place, Belgrave Squarey 
S. W. ; Wilton Home, Salisbury. 

Hereford, 95 bp. of (680). rt. rev. 
Jamee Atla^, d.d., s. of rev. Hen. Atlay, 
rector of Bridge Casterton, Rutland ; b. 
1817 ; m. dr. of major William Martin, 

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Indian army: m. A. Cantab., vicar of 
Madingley 1846-52, Queen*8 preacher at 
the chapel royal, Whitehall, 1866-58, 
vicar of Leeds 1^9-68, canon of Ripon 
1861-68, bp. of Hereford (4200/.) from 
1868. 
Athetkdum; The FalacCy Hereford, 
Hereford, archdeacon of (200Z.) ; vide 

baron Saye and Sele. 
Hereford, dean of (lOOOZ.) ; vide hen. 

Gkorge Herbert. 
Hereford, 16 vise. (1550). Robert De- 
vereux; b. 1843; m. dr. of 1 baron 
Tredegar : premier ^Tscoimt of £ng- 
hmd. 

Carlton; Nanteribba SalL Mont- 
gomery ; Tregoydy Kay^ Hereford, 
Hermon, Edward, s. of R. Hennon, 
b. 18 — ; m. dr. of G. Udny^ member of 
the supreme council in India : a cotton 
manufactiurer at Preston, m.p. (c.) Pres- 
ton from 1868. 

Carlton, St. Step fiends; Winhley 
Stpuxre, Preston ; 38 Groavenor Plaeej 
Hyde Park Comer, S. W. 
Heron, sir Joseph, s. of James Holt 
Heron, Manchester ; b. 1809: admitted 
a solicitor in 1830, townclerk of Man- 
chester from 1838. 

Reform; Higher Broitghton, Man- 
Chester. 
Herriei, 11 baron (1491) William Con- 
stable-MaxweU ; b. 1804 ; m. Maria, dr. 
of hon. sir Edward Marmaduke Vava- 
sour, 1 bart. : dep.-lieut. of Yorkshire, 
and Wh sheriff in 1833. 

Booak^s. Stafford ; JBveringham 
Park, York ; Carlaverock Castle^ Hum' 
fries, 
Herriee, master of (eld. s. of baron 
Henries), hon. Marmaduke Constable- 
Maxwell; b. 1837: capt. Yorkshire 
yeomanry from 1871. 
Herriet, Charles John, c.b., s. of rt. 
hon. John Herries, m.p. ; b. 1815 : m.a. 
Cantab., dep.-chairman of inland re- 
venue (1700/.). 

Atheneenm, Oxford and Cambridge ; 
St, Julian^ Sy Sevetioaks, 
Henehel, Farrer: called to the bar 
1860, queen's counsel 1872, M^. (l.) 
Durham city from 1874. 
Henehel, sir William James, 2 bart. 
(1838) b. 1833; m. dr. (rf.) of Alfred 
Hardcastle, Hatcham House, Surrey, and 
sis. of Joseph Hardcastle, m.p. : entered 
the Bengal civil service 1853, commis- 



sioner of Cooch, Behar division, frx>m 
1874. 
Collingwood, Hawkhurst, Kent, 
Henehel, dow.-lady. Margaret, dr. of 
rev. Alexander Stewart, d.d., Strath- 
Karry, Perthshire; m. sir John Fre- 
derick Herschel^ d.c.l.. k.h., 1 bart.^ 
master of the mmt (s. oi the illustrious 
astronomer sir William Herschel, f.k.8., 

K.C.H.). 

Colhngwood, Hawkhurst, Kent, 

Hertford, 5 marq. of (1793). lieut.-geu. 
Francis Hugh Oeoige Seymour, c.b., 
p.c. ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of 3 earl of Mans- 
field ; 2nd tit. earl of Yarmouth : for- 
merly equerry and groom of the robes to 
the Queen, ex-dep. -ranger of Windsor 
Great Park, lord-chamberlain from 1874, 
a magistrate and dep.-lieut. of War- 
wickshire. 

United Service, Carlton ; Hertford 
House, 13 Connaught Place, W, ; Rag- 
ley, Bromsorove, VTartcick, 

Hertilet, Edwtq^ c.b., s. of £. 
Hertslet, librarian of the foreign office : 
librarian and keeper of state papers in 
the foreign office from 1857, fellow of 
the Ro^ Geographical society. 
Foreian Office, 

Heryey, bp. ; vide Bath and Wells. 

Heryey, baron (eld. s. of earl Jermyn). 

Heryey, mig.-gen. Albert Henry An- 
drew : commandant 40 Madras native in- 
fantry 1872-74. 

Heryey, col. Charles Robert West, c.b. : 
second in command of the Scinde irregu- 
lar horse 1840-42, aide-de-camp to sir 
James Outram in the expedition to Per- 
sia 1857, general superintendent for the 
suppression of Thuggee and Dacoits firom 
1860. Bombav staff corps. 

Heryey, lord Alfred, s. of 1 marq. of 
Bristol ; b. 1816 ; m. dr. of maj.-gen. 
John Chester (nephew of 1 baron Ba- 
got) : M.A. Oxon., called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1843, a lord of the 
treasury 1853-d5, m.p. (c.) Brighton 
1842-57, Bury St. Edmunds 1859-65, a 
lord of the bedchamber to the Prince of 
Wales 1862-72, receiver-gen. of inland 
revenue (1000/.) from 1871. 

Carlton; Somerset House, Strand; 
12 Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square^ 
S,W. 

Heryey, lord Arthur Charles ; vide bp. 
of Bath. 

Heryey, lord Augustus Henry Charles, 
s. of 2 marq. of Bristol ; b. 1837 ; m. 



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Mariaima, dr. of W. P. Hodnett, and 
widow of Ashton Benron: hon. m.a. 
Cantab., attach^ at St. Petersbur^h 
and at Dresden 1862-64, ex-capt Suffolk 
militia, m.p. (c.) west Suffolk from 1864. 
Carlton ; Ickicorth Parky Bury St. 
EdmufuU ; 6 8U Jame^a Square^ S, W. 
Heryey, rev. lord Charles Amelius, s. 
of 1 marq. of Bristol ; b. 1814 ; m. lady 
Harriet, dr. of 1 earl of Harrowby: 
M.A. Oxon., rector of Chesterford, Saf- 
fron Walden, Essex, 1839-73. 
Hervey, lord Francis, s. of 2 marq. of 
Bristol ; b. 1846 : m.a. Oxon., fellow of 
Hertford college from 1874, called to 
the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1872, m.p. (c.) 
Bury St Edmunds from 1874. 

2 CloUter$, Temple JB.C, ; 17 Clifford 
StreHy Bond Street, W. 
Harvey, lord John William Nicholas, 
8. of 2 marq. of Bristol ; b. 1841 : m.a. 
Cantab., a magistrate for Suffolk, capt. 
west Suffolk militia from 1869. 
New Univereity, 
Kerytj, lady Eatherine Adine Geral- 
dine, dr. of 3 marq. of Bristol ; b. 1863. 
Heryey, lady Mary Katherine, dr. of 2 
marq. of Bristol; b. 1845. 
Hesketh, sir Thomas Henry Feimor, 6 
bart. (1761) b. 1847: a m^^istrate for 
Northamptonshire. 

BuffordHally Omukirky Lancashire; 
JSaston Nestonj Toweester, 
Hewett, sir George John Routledge, 8 
bart. (1813) bom 1818: m. 1. £. of 
gen. von Pochhammer, Berlin ; 2. dr. of 
Kobert Godwin-Austen, Shalford, Sur- 
rey. . 

Old Hally Ashby-de'la-Zouehey Lei- 
eesterahire. 
Hewett, capt. sir William Nathan 
Wright, R.N., v.c, K..C.B. : commodore 
at the Cape from 1873. 
Hewitt, hon. Archibald Robert, s. of 4 
\isc. lifford ; b. 1864 : lieut. royal 
navy. 
Hewitt, hon. Comwallis Gharles, s. of 

4 vise. Lifford ; b. 1847. 
Hewitt, hon. Edward, s. of 4 vise. 

Lifford ; b. 1848. 
Hewitt, hon. George Wyldbore, s. of 4 

vise. Lifford ; b. 1868. 
Hewitt, hon. James Wilfrid, eld. s. of 
4 vise. Lifford ; b. 1837 ; m. Anne, dr. 
of Arthur Hodgson, Queensland: ex- 
lieut 3 ft. 



Hewitt, hon. John James, s. of 3 vise. 

Lifford; b. 1819. 
Hewitt, hon. and rev. John Pratt, s. 
of 2 vise. Lifford ; b. 1796 ; m. 1. dr. of 
Alexander Hamilton; 2. dr. of rev. 
Francis Gervais : b.a. Oxon., rector of 
Desertlyy MoneymorCy Berry, 
Hewitt, hon. William James, s. of 4 

vise. Lifford ; b. 1866. 
Hewitt, hon. Susan, b. 1821 ; hon. 
Anne Georgina, b. 1824, drs. of 3 vise. 
Lifford. AtheldoHy Torquay. 
Hewitt, hon. Isabella, b. 1850 ; hon. 
Lettice Lucy, b. 1863; hon. Alice 
Anne, b. 1864 ; hon. Georgina Rosemond, 
b. 1867 ; hon. Anne Eli^ b. 1860, drs. 
of 4 viso. Lifford. 
Hewlett, vice-adm. Richard Strode,c.B., 
8. of J. V. Hewlett, Newport, Devon, by 
dr. of E. Strode, Newnham Park; b. 
1816; m. 1. dr. of W. Braddan, Black- 
lands, Devon ; 2. Marian Edgar, Green- 
cliff, Jersey : served at the blockade of 
Alexandria 1840, and on the north 
America and west India stations. 
Ivybridyey Devon. 
Hey, ven. archdn. William : m.a. Can- 
tab., canon of York (700/.), succentor 
canonicorum of the Cathedral, archdn. 
of Cleveland from 1874, vicar of St. 
Helen, York (131/.) from 1864. York. 
Heygate, sir Frederick William, 2 bart. 
(1830) b. 1822 ; m. dr. of ConoUy Gage, 
Ballarena, Derry: m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Leicestershire, and of London- 
derry, lieut. Leicestershire yeomanij 
1860-69, M.p. (c.) Londonderry 1869-74. 
Conservative. Carlton ; BtUarenay 
Londonderry ; Roicdiffty Loughborough^ 
Leicestershire ; 42 £aton SquarCy S. IF, 
HeyUnd, ma^jor-cen. Alfred Thomas, 
C.B., s. of major Arthur Heyland, 40 ft. : 
served in the Crimea with 96 ft., knight 
of the Medjidie, lieut.-col. h. p. 66 ft 
Heyteebnry, 2 baron (1828). William 
Henry Adie & Court Holmes ; b. 1809 ; 
m. dr. (d.) of sir Leonard Holmes, bart., 
whose name he assumed : m.a. Cantab., 
dep. -lieut. of Hants, and of Wilts, m.p. 
(CO Isle of Wight 1837-47. 

Travellers' y Carltofi ; Heytesburyy 
Bath ; Westovery Newport y^ Isle of 
Wight ; 41 Eaton PlacCy S. TT. 
Heywood, sir Thomas Percival, 2 bart. 
(1838) b. 1823; m. dr. of Thomas 
Heywood, Hope End, Hereford ; dep.- 
lieut. of Staffordshire, high sheriff of 



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Lancashire in 1852, ex-capt. Stafford- 
fihire yeomanrv. 

Ciaremont, "Manchester ; Dove Ley$, 
Ashbourne^ Staffordshire, 
Hick, John, s. of Benjamin Hick, 
Bolton, civil engineer : b. 1815 j m. 1. 
dr. of William Basnall, Fanngton, 
Lancashire : 2. dr. of Edmmid Ashworth, 
Egerton Hall, Lancashire :dep.-lieut. oi 
Lancashire, a civil engineer, director of 
the London and north western railway, 
M.p. (c.) Bolton &om 1868. 

Canton^ Conservatitfe.St, Stephen's ; 
Hill Top, Sharpies, Bolton ; 4 St. 
Jame^s Flaee, St, James's Street, S, W, 
Hicks, sir Francis, s. of John Hicks, 
South wark ; b. 1821 ; m. 1. dr. of 
William Mercer. Surbiton; 2. dr. of 
George Faith, Tulse Hill; 3. dr. of 
William Hutchinson, Borage Lodge, 
Kipon : dep.-lieut. of London, treasurer 
of St. Thomas's hospital, Albert Em- 
bankment, Westminster Bridge. 
Oakfield, Streatham, S. W, 
Hicks, major-gen. HenryEr8kine,R.A. : 
served in the Chinese expedition 1842. 
retired on full pay as lieut.-col. royal 
Madras artillery. 
Hicks, col. George, c.B. 
Higgins, hon. mrs. An^nsta, dr. of 
1 baron Chelmsford ; b. 18*^ ; m. William 
Frederick Higgins (s. of col. sir Samuel 
Gordon Higgins, k.c.h.), called to the 
bar 1847, taxing master in the court of 
bankruptcy y ,400y 
3 Chester Flaee, Chester Square, S, W, 
Higginson, col. George Wentworth 
^exander, c.B.. s. of gen. Hignnson, 
by dr. of 1 earl of EOmorey ; b. 1826 ; m. 
hon. Florence, dr. of 1 bfu^)n Castle- 
town : served in the Crimea, knight of 
the legion of honour, and of the Medji- 
die, a magistrate for Bucks, major gren- 
adier guards. 

The Croft, Great Marlow: 9 Wilton 
Crescent, Belgrave Square, o, W, 
Higginson, sir James Macaulay, k.c.b., 
s. of major James Ifigginaon, 10 ft. ; 
b. 1805 ; m. 1. dr of H. Shakspear ; 2. 
dr. of Conway Bichard Dobbs, Castle 
Dobbs, Antrim: aide-de-camp to lord 
William Bentinck in Lidia 1830-32. 
secretary to lord Metcalfe in Lidia ana 
Jamaica 1835-38, and in Canada 1839-46, 
governor of the Leeward Islands 1846-49, 
of Mauritius 1849-57. Reform;, KeW' 
berry, KileuUen, Kildare, 



Higginson, hon. Florence Virginia, dr. 
of 1 baron Castletown ; b. 1834 ; vide 
col. George Wentworth Alexander Hig- 
ginson. 
Higginson, lady Frances Elizabeth, dr. 
of 1 earl of Eilmorey ; b. 1792 ; m. gen. 
Georee Powell Higginson (rf.) col. 94 ft. 
9 Wilton Crescent. Bclgrave Square, 
S,W. 
Hilditch^ sir Edward, m.d., s. of John 
Frederick Hilditch, Hammersmith; b. 
1805 ; m. dr. {d.) of T. H. Tarenton, 
Grandpont House, Oxford: served in 
the roy»l navy 1826-65, inspector-gen. 
of hospitals and fleets from 1854, hon. 
physician to the Queen from 1859. 

United Service ; 18 Arundel 'Gardens, 
Notting HiU, W. 
Hildyard, Thomas Blackbome Thoro- 
ton-, Flintham Hall^otts, by niece and 
heir of sir Bobert Hildyard, bart (ex- 
tinct) ; b. 1821 ; m. dr. of col. Eochfort, 
Clogrenane, Carlow : m.a. Oxon., m.p. 
(c.) south Notts 1846-52, and from 
1866, high sheriff of Notts in 1862, major 
south Notts yeomanry from 1865. 

Carlton; Flintham Hall, Newark; 
Winestead Hall, Hull; 18 Jatnes Street^ 
Btuskingham Gate, S, W, 
Hildyard, lady Jane, sis. of 4 marq. 
Townshend ; b. 1792; m. John Hildyai^ 
(d.), recorder of Gratham and Stamford 
(bro. of Bobert Charles Hildyard, Q.C., 
M.p. for Whitehaven). 
Hampton Court Falace, S. W, 
Hill, 2 vise. (1842) Rowland HiU ; b. 
1800 ; m. dr. and heir of Joseph Clegg, 
Peplow Hall, Salop: ex-comet royal 
horse guards, dep.-heut. of Boss-shire, 
col. Shropshire militia 1849-52, m.p. (c.) 
north Salop 1821-42, lord-lieut. of Shrop- 
shire from 1845, lieut. -col. north Shrop- 
shire yeomanry from 1824. • 

Boodles, Carlton ; Hatckstone Fork, 
Shrewsbury ; Loehearron, Ross, 
HUl, Alexander Staveley, d.c.l., q,o., 
8. of H. Hill, Dunstali, Stafibrd; b. 
1825 ; m. dr. {d.) of Miles Ponsonby, 
Hale Hall, Cumberland: m.a. Oxon^ 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1851, queen's counsel 1868, recorder of 
Banbury from 1866, dep. lugh steward 
of Oxford university from 1874, m.f 
(c.) Coventry 1868-74, west Stafford- 
shire from 1874. 

St, Stephen's, Carlton; 3 Garden 
Court, Temple; Oxley Manor, Wolver- 



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Hampton; 16 Wilton Street, Belgrave 
Square, S. W. 

Hill, major-gen. Charles Edward Daw- 
son, R.E. : retired on full pay of lieut.- 
col. royal Madras engineers. 

9 Anmdd Gardtna, Nottittg Hill, 
W. 

HUl, lieut.-^n. Edward Rowley : served 
in the Peninsula 1812-14, present at the 
battles of yittoria,Nivelle, and Toulouse, 
commanded 63 ft. in the Crimea 1855- 
56, col. 5 ft. from 1868. 

mil, sir George, 5 bart. (1779), b. 
1866. 

St, Colomba and Brook Hall, London^ 
derry. 

Hill, sir James, s. of James Haydock 
HUl, Newbold Firs, Leamington; b. 
1814 ; m. dr. of Ilted Nicholl, queen's 
procurator-general : m.a. Oxon., called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1839, 
second charity-commissioner tor Eng- 
land and Wales 1853-72, chief commis- 
sioner (1^00/.) from 1872. 
8 York Street, St. Jameia Square. 

mil, maj.-gen. John, r.a. : retired on 
full pay of col. 

Hill, neut.-gen. John Thomas : col. 75 
ft. from 1872. 

Hill, mai.-gen. Percy, C.B., s. of col. 
sir R. Uhambrg Hill, c.b., Prees Hall, 
Salop ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of capt. J. Steu- 
art : commanded 2 battalion of the rifle 
brigade in the Crimea and in the Indian 
mutiny, commanding the Lahore divi- 
sion in Bengal 1870-74, the Scinde divi- 
sion from 1874. 

Hill, sir Rowland, f.r.s., d.c.l.,k.c.b., 
s. of Thomas Wright Hill, Birmingham ; 
b. 1795; m. dr. of Joseph Pearson, 
Gndsley, Wolverhampton : secretary to 
the colonisation commissioners for South 
Australia 1835-39, secretary to the post- 
master-gen. 1846-54, to the post-office 
1854-64, received a jMirliamentary grant 
of 20,000/. on retiring for reforming 
the post-office by introducing the penny 



Athenaeum, Beform ; Hampstead, 
N.W. 

HUl, col. sir Stephen John, c.b., 
K.c.M.o. : ex-capt. 2 West India regi- 
ment, governor of the Gold Coast 1851- 
54, of Sierra Leone 1854-62, of Antigua 
1863-69, of Newfoundknd (2000/.) from 
1869. 

Hill, Thomas Rowley, s. of William 
Hill, F.R.A.8., Worcetter ; b. 1816 ; m. 



dr. of Edward Evans, Worcester : edu- 
cated at University College, London, a 
magistrate of Worcestershire and high 
sheriff in 1870, an alderman for the city 
of Worcester, m.p. (l.) Worcester firom 
1874. 

Beform; St. Catherine a HUl, Wor- 
cester. 

Hill, maj.-gen. sir William, K.c.s.i., s. 
of Daniel Hill, member of the legisla- 
tive council of Antigua ; b. 1805 ; m. dr. 
of col. George Phillpotts, r.b. : present 
at the capture of Rangoon, commanded 
the Gwalior contingent 1853-56, the 
Nisam's contingent during Uie mutiny, 
formerly in the Madras army. 

Union ; 8 Kensington Gardens Ter^ 
race, Hyde Park, Tv. 

Hill, hon. Geoffrey Richard Clegg, s. of 
2 vise. Hill; b. 1837: ex-capt. royal 
horse guards. 

Hill, hon. Rowland Clegg, eld. s. of 2 
vise. Hill ; b. 1833 : depT-lieut. of Salop 
and of Rots-shire, m.p. north Salop 
1857-65, capt. north Salop yeomanry 
from 1861. 

HUl, hon. mrs. Charles, dr. of Charles 
Marsh Adams, The Abbey, Shrewsbury ; 
m. hon. Charles Arthur Wentworth 
Hill {d.), s. of 4 baron Berwick. 
Frogmore House, Ateham, Salop. 

HUl, hon. mrs. Thomas Noel. Harriet, 
dr. of John Humffireys, Llwyn, Mont- 

Smery; m. hon. and rev. Thomas 
Mirv Noel-Hill (rf.), rector of Berring- 
. ton, Salop. 

Hill, hon. Emily, dr. of 4 baron Ber- 
wick ; b. 1807. 
Cronkhill, Ateham, Salop. 
Hill, lord Arthur Edwin ; vide Trevor. ' 
Hill, lord Arthur William, s. of 4 
marq. of Downshire ; b. 1846 ; m. dr. of 
lieut.-col. Cookes, Prince's Gate, Lon- 
don : ex-lieut. 2 life guards. 
Goa^s Hotel, Jermyn Street, S. W, 
Hill, lord George Augustus, s. of 2 
marq. of Down£ire ; b. 1801 ; m. 1. dr. 
of Edward Knight; 2. another dr. of 
Edward Knight, Godmeraham Park, 
Kent : ex-maj. in the armjr, hi^h sheriff' 
of Donegal in 1845, m.p. Uamckfergus 
1831-32. 
Bally ane, BameUon, Donegal. 
Hill, lady Frances Charlotte, sis. of 9 
earl of Scarborough ; b. 1815 ; m. col. 
Charles John Hul (rf.), of Cotgrave , 
Notts. Cotgrave House, Nottingham. 



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Hill, hon. lady. hon. Anna Maria, dr. 
of 1 baron Teignmonth; b. 1797; m. 
col. sir Thwnas Noel-Hill, k.C3. {d.) 
Hampton Court Palace, 
Hill, dow.-lady. Charlotte Isabella, 
dr. of Henry D. Bljrth, Hamilton Place, 
Piccadilly; m. maj. sir John Hill, 4 
hart., high sheriff of Londonderry in 
1869. 
Hill, dow.-lady. Elizabeth Sophia, dr. 
of John Rea, St. Colombs, Londonderry ; 
m. sir Qeorge Hill, 3 bart. 
Hill, lady. Audrey Georgina, dr. of 
Richard Holden Webb; m. sir Hugh 
Hill (rf.), judge of the queen's bench 
1858-61. 
Hillary, dow.-lady. Susan, dr. of John 
Chriiian, EwanriggHall, Cumberland ; 
m. sir Augustus William Hillary, 2 
bart. (extinct). 

87 Sloane Street, S. W. ; West Dray- 
ton, UxbHdgey Middlesex. 
Hillier, col. George Edward, c.B. : 
served as aide-de-camp to brigadier-ffen. 
Cureton at Maharajpore 1843, and as 
aide-de-camp to the governor-gen. in 
the SuUej campaign, dep. -inspector- 
gen, of the royal Irian constabulary from 
1867. 
Hills, bp. ; vide Columbia. 
Hills, col. James, R.A., v.c, c.B. : 
served in the Indian mutiny at the cap- 
ture of Delhi and of Lucknow, in the 
Rohilcund campaign at the capture of 
Bareilly, and commanded the 8-inch 
mortars in the Abyssinian campaign 
1868. 
Hillsborough, earl of (eld. s. of marq. 

of Downshire). 
Hillyar, vice-adm. Charles Farrel, 
C.B., 8. of rear-adm. sir James Hillyar, 
K.c.B. ; b. 1817 : commander-in-chiedTon 
the Pacific station 1872-73. 
Hillyar, rear-adm. Hen^ Shank, c.B., 
8. of rear-adm. sir James Hillyar, k.c.b. ; 
b. 1818 ; m. dr. of G. W. Soltau, Little 
Efford, Devon : commanded the " Aga- 
memnon" at the bombardment of Fort 
Constantine 1864. Flympton, 
Hillyar, lady. Mary, dr. of Nathaniel 
Taylor, naval storekeeper at Malta ; m. 
rear-adm. sir James Hillyar, k.c.h., 
K.C.B. (d,) 

Tor Mouse, Tor Point, Cornwall, 
Hinchingbrook, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Sandwich). Edward George Henry Mon- 
tague, b. 1839 : capt. grenadier guards, 
was employed on the mission for con- 



ferring the order of the garter on the 
king of Prussia. 

Guards* ; 33, Victoria Street, West- 
minster, S. W, 
Hinoks, sir Francis, c.B., k.c.m.g., s. 
of rev. J. Hincks. d.d., Belfast; b. 
1807 ; m. dr. (rf.) of Alexander Stewart, 
Ligoniel, Belfast: finance minister of 
ui)per Canada 1842-43, 1848-54, first 
minister of upper Canada 1851-54, 
governor of the Windward Islands 
1855-62, of British Guiana 1861-68, 
finance minister of the Canadian do- 
minion 1869-73. 
Ottawa, Canada, 
Hind, maj. -gen. Charles: half-pay un- 
attached. 
Hinde, mig.-gen. John, c.B. : served in 
the Indiiui mut^'ny at Delhi, lieut.-col. 
1 Warwickshire rifie volunteers from 
1871, retired on fall pay as lLeut.-col. 
8 ft. 

The Hermitage, Powick, Worcester, 

Hinrioh, lady. Eliza, dr. of— Dent ; 

m. sir Henry Brondey Hinrich {d,), 

lieut. of the corps of gentlemen-at-arms 

1831-47. 

Manor House, Hallaton, Leicester' 
shire, 
Hinton, vise. (eld. s. of earl Poidett^. 
William Tumour Thomas Poulett, d. 
1849. 

Hinton House, Hinton 8t, George, 
Crewkeme, 
Hitohins, mw.-gen. Henry White, 
a.B. : served with the expeditionary 
force in China, retired on nill pay as 
col. royal Madivs engineers. 
Untied Service. 
Howe, sir Edward, 4 bart. (1784) b. 
1801 ; m. dr. of Thomas Hersey Barritt, 
Garbrand Hall, Surrey : b.a. Dublin, a 
manstrate for Cork. 

Travellers^ ; Little Hothfield, Kent; 
Annabell, Cork, 
Hoare, sir Henry Ainslie, 6 bart. 
(1786) b. 1824 ; m. dr. of sir East 
George Clayton East, 1 bart.: m.a. 
Cantab^, dep.-lieut. of Somersetshire 
and of Wilts, M.p. (l.) Windsor 1855- 
56, Chelsea 1869-74. 

Travellers/', Brooke ; Stourhead 
House, Bath, Wilts ; 5 Park Place, St, 
James's Street, S. W, 
Hobart, baron (eld. s. of earl of Bnck- 
inghamshire). Vere Henry Hobart; b 
1818 ; m. dr. of rt. rev. bp. Carr of 
Bombny : m.a. Oxon., private secretary 

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to the colonial secretary (Sir George 
Grey) 1854-55, to the home secretary 
(Sir Geoi^ Grey) 1856-58, governor of 
the Turkish bank at Constantinople 
1867-71, goTemor of Madras (12,000/.) 
from 1872. 

Hobart, hon. Augustus, s. of 6 earl of 
Buckinghamshire; b. 1822; m. dr. of 
Colquhoun Grant, m.d. : ex-cant royal 
nary, commanded the " Driver during 
the Kussian war, and served at the 
captiu^ of Bomarsund, an admiral in 
the Turkish navy under the title of 
Hobart Pasha l»58-74, knight of the 
Medjidie and of the Osmanli order. 

Hobart, hon. Charles Edward, s. of 6 
earl of Buckinghamshire ; b. 1825 ; m. 
1. dr. of A. Cooke, m.d., Jamaica ; 2. dr. 
of John Wright Lenton hall, Notts: 
ex-capt. 26 Bomoay native infantry. 

14 Upper Wentboume Terrace^ W. 
Hobart, hon. Frederick John, s. of 6 

earl of Buckinghamshire ; b. 1821 ; m. 
dr. of rt rev. bp. Can* of Bombay : as- 
sistant-secretary in the finance aepart- 
ment of the India office. 

15 EceUtton Square^ 8. W, 
Hobart, hon. George Augustus, s. of 6 

earl of Buckinghamshire ; b. 1827 ; m. 
dr. of sir John Wither Awdry, formerly 
chief justice of Bombay : entered the 
Bombay civil service 1849, first grade 
judge and sessions judge at Ehandeish 

Hobart, hon. Horace Miles, s. of 6 earl 
of Buckinghamshiro ; b. 1835; m. dr. 
of George Bawtree, Colchester: engaged 
in suppressing the mutiny of 62 and 69 
Bengal native infantry at Mooltan in 
1858, aide-de-camp to' the governor of 
Madras (lord Hobart) 1872-74, capt 
103 ft. 

Hobart, hon. mrs. William, dr. of 
Bichard Kennet Dawson. Frickley Hall, 
Yorkshire; m. hon. ana rev. W. Ho- 
bart (rf.), vicar of Wellesboume, War- 
wickshire, 1870-74. 

Hobart, hon. mrs. Julia, dr. of 1 baron 
Kesteven; b. 1848; m. Eobert Henry 
Hobart (s. of hon. and very rev. dean 
Hobart of Windsor), b. 1836. 

6 Cavendish Square^ TT. ; Langdmi 
Soutef Southampton, Hants, 

Hobart, lady Geoi^gina Mary ; b. 1823 ; 
lady Maria Catherine, b. 1831; lady 
Charlotte Augusta, b. 1833 ; lady Louisa 
Selina. b. 1834 ; lady Eleanor Agnes, b. 
1838, drs. of 6 earl of Buckinghamshire. 



Hobhonse, sir Charles Parry, 3 bart. 
'1812) nephew of 1 baron Broughton 
exU ; b. 1825 ; m. 1. dr. of sir Thomas 
fii. iSuton, bart. ; 2. dr. of Alexander 
Sawers, Calcutta : educated at Hailey- 
burv,andat Calcutta universitv of which 
he oecame a fellow, entered the Ben^ 
civil service 1844. member of the legis- 
lative council or Bengal 1864-67, of 
the governor-general's council 1867-70, 
judge of the nigh court of judicature, 
Calcutta, 1867-70, a magistrate for So- 
merset, and for Wilts. Brooked , A then' 
<ewn ; Stoberry Fork, Wells, 

Hobhouie, rt. rev. Edmund, d.d., s. 
of rt. hon. Henry Hobhouse, Had^n 
house, Somerset; b. 1817; m. 1. dr. of 
lieut.-gen. hon. sir John Brodrick; 2. 
dr. of rev. C. Williams, "o.n., warden of 
New College, Oxford : m.a. Oxon., vicar 
of St Peter, Oxford, 1843-58, bp. of 
Nelson 1858-64, perpetual curate of Ed- 
laston 1869-72, chancellor of Lichfield 
Cathedral, coadjutor bp. of Lichfield from 
1869. 

Hobhouie, hon. mrs. Hester diarlotte, 
dr. of 2 baron Graves; b. 1814; m. 
Edward Isaac Hobhouse (^.), bro. of 
baron Broughton (ext.). 83 Elizabeth 
Street, Eaton Square, S. W, 

Hobson, lieut.-gen. John ; served in 
the Persian gi3f 1821, served with the 
force against Kolapore 1826-27, with the 
expedition in the Wcinity of Aden 1841, 
and with the Bombay column in the 
Punjab campaign 1848-49, being present 
at the surrender of Mooltan. Bombay 
staff corps. 

Hockin, rear-adm. Charles Luxmore : 
b. 1818 : served on the North- American, 
west India, and African stations. 

Hodge, Ueut.-gen. sir Edward Cooper, 
K.C.B., s. of major Edward Hodge, 7 
hussars, by dr. of sir Edmund Bacon, 9 
bart. ; b. 1810 ; m. dr. of James Biming- 
ton, Broomhead Hall, Bolsterstone, 
Yorkshire : commanded the 4 dragoons 
in the Crimea, the cavalry brigade at 
Aldershot 1862-67, officer of the legion 
of honour, knight of the Medjidie, col. 
18 hussars 18*0-73, 4 dragoon guards 
from 1873. 

26 Comwall Gardens, South Ken' 
sington, S, W. 

Hodgkimon, sir George Edmund, s. of 
George Hodgkinson, Dorset Square ; b. 
1817 ; m. dr. {d.) of Luke Hopkinson, 
Bedford Bow, London: sheriff of London 



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1850-51, a magristrate and dep.-lieut. of 
Middlesex, a shipowner, ana ship and 
insurance agent at 9 Billiter Street, 
E.C. 

Caterham, Surrey, 
Hodgson, sir Robert, s. of Robert Hodg- 
son, speaker of the house of assembly of 
Prince Edward Island ; b. 1798 : m. dr. 
(</.) of Capt. Ranald Macdonell, 'town 
major of Prince Edward Island : called 
to the bar of Nova Scotia 1819, to the 
bar of Prince Edward Island 1819, jud^e 
of probate for Prince Edward Island m 
1828, attorney-general 1828-51, presi- 
dent of the legislative council 1840-51, 
chief justice of Prince Ed^K^ard Island 
(400/.) from 1852. 

Charlotte Town, Prince EdwarcTe 
Island, Canada. 
Sodgson, Earkman Daniel, s. of John 
Hodgson, The Elms. Hampstead; b. 
1814; m. dr. (d.) of J. L. Butler, of 
8outhgate : educated at the Charter- 
house, several times director and an ex- 
governor of the bank of England, part- 
ner in the firm of Baring brothers, a 
magistrate for St. Alban's, and for Herts, 
high sheriff of Herts in 1845, m.p. (l.) 
Bndport 1857-68, Bristol from 1870. 

Brooks*, Union ; Ash Grove, Seven- 
oaks, Kent ; 67 Brook Street, Orosvenor 
Square, W. 
Sodgson, lient.-gen. Stadholme John, 
8. of gen. Hodgson, and grandson of 
field-marshal Studholme Hodgson; b< 
1800; m. Caroline, dr. of T. Thistle- 
thwayte, Southwick Park, Hants, and 
widow of sir John Palmer Bruce Chi- 
chester, 1 hart. : served with 45 ft. in 
the first Burmese war. col. 54 ft. from 
1868. 

19 Ohesham Street, Belgrave Square, 
W. 
Hodgson, William Nicholfion, s. of 
Joflepb Hodgson, Carlisle ; b. 1801 ; m. 
dr. {d.) of Tnomas Irwin, Justus Town, 
Cumberland: dep.-lieut. of Cumberland, 
and high shenft' in 1863, m.p. (c.) 
Carlisle 1847-52, 1857-59, 1866-68, East 
Cumberland from 1868. 

Carlton; Newby Grange, Carlisle, 
Hodgson, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dr. of 1 
baron Denman; b. 1807; m. rev. Francis 
Hodgson, D.D. (rf.), provost of Eton. 
Hodson, maj.-gen. Doveton, c.b. : 
served in the Goomsoor campaign 1836, 
and in the Indian mutiny, ex-lieut.- 



col. 31 Madras native infantry. Madras 
stall' corps. 
Hodson, sii' George Frederick John, 3 
bart (1787) b. 1806; m. dr. of rev. 
Richard Neville, rector of Clonpriest : 
dep.-lieut. of Wicklow, and h%h sheriff 
in 1834, of Cavan in 1839, of Westmeath 
in 1846, a magistrate for Dublin co. 

Athtneeum: KoUyhrooke House, 
Wicklow ; Green Fark, MttUiugar, 
Westmeath. 
Hogg, rt. hon. sir James Weir, p.c, 
1 hart. (1846) b. 1790; m. dr. {d.) of 
Samuel Swinton, of Swinton, Berwick- 
shire : called to me bar in India, regis- 
trar of the supreme court of Calcutta 
1825-33, director of the East India com- 
pany 1839-58. chairman in 1846, mem- 
ber of the Inaian council 1858-72, m.p. 
(c.) Beverley 1834-47, Honiton 1847-57. 
oep.-lieut. of London, a governor of 
Wellington college. 

Travellers*, Carlton; 11 Grosvenor 
Crescent, Belgrave Square, S. W. 
Hogg, coL sir James, k.c.b., eld. s. of 
rt. hon. sir James Hogg, hart. ; b. 1823 ; 
m. hon. Caroline, dr. of 1 baron Penrhyn : 
M.A. Oxon., ex-maj. 1 life guaurds, a 
magistrate for Middlesex and for West- 
minster, dept.-lieut, of London, m.p. 
(c.) Bath 1865-68, Truro from 1871, 
chairman of the metropolitan board of 
works (1500Q from 1870. 

Carlton, Travellers'; 26 Grosvenor 

Gardens, Eaton Square, S. W. 

Hogg, hon. lady. Caroline Elizabeth, 

dr. of 1 baron Penrhvn ; b. 1834 ; vide 

col. sir James Macnagnten Hogg, k.c.b. 

Hoghton, de, bart. ; vide De Hoghton. 

Holbeoh, archd. Charles WiUiam, s. 

of rev. Charles Holbech, and grandson 

of William Holbech, m.p. ; b. 1814 : 

M.A. Oxon^ hon. canon of Worcester, 

archd. of Coventry from 1873, vicar, 

from 1842, of Farnborough, Banbury 

(380/.). 

Holden, hon. mrs. Eleanor Eliza, dr. 

of 1 baron Annaly ; b. 1832 ; m. col. 

Henry Holden, ex 13 dn^oons (s. of 

John (Greenwood^ Holden, Holden Hall, 

Lancaster), b. 1824, a magistrate for 

Lancashire, and for Kerry, dep.-lieut. 

of Lancashire. Army and Navy; 

Beedley House, Burnley; Dromguinn^, 

Kenmare, Kerry. 

Holdioh, mai.-fl«n. Edward Alan, c.b. : 

served in the Sutlej campaign 1845-46, 

in South Africa 1848, in the Kaffir war 

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1850^1, in the Burmese war 1853, and 
in the Indian mutiny, dep.-adj.-gen. of 
the forces in India 1^8-71, commanding 
Cork district 1871-74, Dublin district 
from 1874. 
Holdfwoith, hon. mrs. Augusta Ma- 
tilda, dr. of 2 baron Boston; b. 1790; 
m. rev. "William Holdsworth, d.d. (rf.). 
10 Orme Square, Queen's Road, BafM' 
water, W. 

Holford, James Price William Gwynne, 
s. of James Price Holford. high sheriff 
of Brecon in 1832; b. 1833: dep.-lieut. 
of Brecon, and high sheriff in 1857, a 
magistrate for Brecon, and for Carmar- 
then, ex-comet 16 lancers, m.p. (c.) 
Brecon from 1870. 

Carlton, Junior United Service; 31 
Growenor Square, W, ; Cilffwun, Car^ 
marthen ; Buckland, Brecknoek. 

Holker, sir John, Q.C., h. of Samuel 
Holker, Bury, by dr. of J. Brocklehurst ; 
b. 1828 ; m. dr. {d.) of James W. WU- 
son, Eccles, Manchester : called to the 
bar at Gray's Inn 1854, queen's counsel 
1868, solicitor-gen. from 1874, m.p. (c.) 
Preston from 1872. 

St. Stephen's, Conservative ; 6 Croum 
OMeeRow, Temple, E.C ; 46 Devon- 
shire Street, IF, 

Holl, lient.-gen. Charlton : served in 
the Burmese war 1825-26. Madras infan- 
try. 
39 Boi^al Crescent, NoHing Mill, W. 

Holland, sir Henry Thurstan, 2 bart. 
(1853), s. of sir Henry Holland, m.d., 
D.C.L., 1 bart.; b. 1825; m. 1. dr. of 
Nathaniel Hibbert, Munden House, 
Herts ; 2. Margaret, dr. of Sir Charles 
Treveljran, k.c.b., 1 bart. : called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1849, m.a. 
Cantab., legal adviser at the colonial 
office 1867-70, assistant-under-seo. 1870- 
74, dep.-lieut. of Middlesex, m.p. (c.) 
Midhurst from 1874. 

66 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, 
8,W.; Fine Wood, Witley, Surrey, 

Holland, col Henry William, c.b. : 
commissary-gen. in Bombay frcon 1870* 
Bombay s&ff corps. 

Holland, Samuel, s. of Samuel Holland, 
Liverpool ; b. 1803 ; m. dr. of J. Robins, 
Aston^ Warwickshire : dep.-lieut. of 
Carnarvon, and of Merioneth, high 
sheriff of Merioneth in 1862, a slate 



quarry proprietor, m.p. (l.) Merioneth 

Reform ; Llanwilliam, Tan-y-Bwlchy 
Merumethshire. 
Holland, col. Trevanan James, c.b. : 
assist.-quartermaster-gen. in the Persiatr 
campaign 1856-57, with the central 
India neld force under lord Strath- 
naim, and at Bombay in superintend- 
ing the embarkation of the Abyssinian 
expeditionary force, retired on full pay 
of major Bombay staff corps. 

£ast India United Service; Tre- 
mayne, Upper Xonrood, Surrey. 

Holland, dow. -baroness. Mary Au- 
gusta, dr. of 8 earl of Coventry; b. 
1812; m. 4 baron Holland (extinct), 
minister plenipotentiary at the court of 
Tuscany. 

Holland House, Kensington, W. ; 8t„ 
Ann's Hill, Chertsey, Surrey. 

Holland, hon. mrs. Anne, dr. of 1 
baron Denman; b. 1822; m. capt» 
Frederic Holland, r.x. (d.), 

Holland, hon. mrs. Charlotte Dorothy, 
dr. of 1 baron Gifford; b. 1818; m» 
George Henry Holland (s. of Edward 
HoUand, m.p.), b. 1823. 
Dumbleton Hall, Tewkesbury, 

HoUoway, gen. sir Thomas, B. M. , k. c. b. , 
s. of Benjamin HoUoway, See Place, Ox- 
fordshire; b. 1810: commanded a bri- 
gade of the royal marines in the Crimea, 
and in China, officer of the legion of 
honour, knight of the Medjidie. 
West Lodge, Havant, Hants, 

Holmes, m^.-gen. John, c.b.: formerly 
in the Bombay infantry. 

Holmes, hon. mrs. Matilda Marina 
Egerton-, dr. of 9 vise. Yalentia; b. 
1817; m. John Kent Egerton-Holmea. 
(rf). 

7 St, Georges Square, Belgrave Road, 
S.W, 

Holmes, lady. Elizabeth, dr. of sir 
Henry light, k.c.b.,* feovemor of 
British Guiana ; m. sir Wuliam Hem-}- 
Holmes^ k.c.b. (rf.), adjt.-gen. of the- 
militia m Demerara. 
25 Howley Place, Maida Hill, W, 

Holmesdale, vise, (eld.: 8.iof earl Am- 
herst) .William Archer Amherst ; b. 1836 ; 
m. lady Julia, dr. of 5 and last earl bf 
ComwalUs: ex-capt. coldstream guards, 
served in the Crimea, dep.-lieut. or 



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Kent, M.p. (c). west Kent 1869-68, mid 
Kent from 1868. 

Carlton^ Travell^a* ; Linton Farkj 
• Staplehnrst ; 1 Grosvcnor FiaceSouscSy 

Hyde Park Corner, S. TF. 
Holms, John, f.r.o.s., s. of John 
Holms, Paisley, and bro. of col. 
William Holms, m.p. ; b. 1830 ; m. dr. 
of Edward Lyon, Kensin^n : dep.- 
lieut. of the Tower Hamlets, a magistrate 
for Lanark, partner in the. firm of "W. 
Hobns and Brothers, spinners and manu- 
facturers in London and Glasgow, m.p. 
(l.) Hackney from 1868. 

lie form; 16 Cornwall Gardens j TF.; 
53 ^road Street, E. C. 
A)l]n8, col. William, s. of John Holms, 
Paisley, and bro. of John Holms, m.p. ; 
b. 1827 ;m. dr. of John Buchanan, ll.d., 
Glasgow : educated at the universitjr of 
Glasgow, a magistrate for Lanarkshire, 
lieut.-col. 1 Lanarkshire artillery volun- 
teers from 1870, M.p. (l.) Paisley from 
1874, a partner in the firm of W. Holms 
and Brothers, manufacturers and spin- 
ners, Greenhead Mills, Bridgeton, and 2 
George Square, Glasgow. 

Reform ; Sands, Kincardine; 9 Park 
Circus, Glusgow. 
Holroyd, hon. Douglas Edward, s. of 2 
earl of Sheffield ; b. 1834 : b.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar 1863. 

1 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. 
JEolt, James Maden, s. of J. Holt, 
Stubbylee, Manchester ;b. 1829 ; m. dr. 
of rev. J. Haworth, Penistone; m.a. 
Oxon., a magistrate for Lancashire, m.p. 
(c.J north-east Lancashire fix)m 1868. 

National; Stubbylee, Baeup, Man- 
Chester. 
«Home, 11 earl of (1605). Cospatrick 
Alexander Ramey Home ; b. 1799 ; m. 
dr. of 2 baron Montagu ; 2nd. tit baron 
Bunglas: attache at St. Petersbuig 
1822-23. precis writer in the foreign 
office 1824-27, under-secretary of state 
for foreign afiairs 1828-30, representative 
peer for Scotland 1842-74, dep.-lieut. of 
Berwickshire, and of Lanarkshire, keeper 
of the great seal of Scotland 1853. 

Travellers^ ; The Hirsel, Coldstream, 
Berwickshire; Douglas Castle, Lanark ; 
Bothwcll, Hamilton ; 6 Grosvenor Sq., 

ISome, sir Anthony Dickson, v.c, 
K.c.B. ; b. 1824 : served in the Crimea, 
in New Zealand, and in China, surgeon 
to the earl of Elgin and his embassy in 



China, siurgeon-gen. on the Gold Coast 
1868-73, at Dover from 1874. 
Home, capt, David Milne, s. of David 
Milne Holme, of Milne-Graden, and 

rndsonof adm. sir David Milne, G.C.B.; 
1834 ; m. dr. of sir Thomas Buchan 
Hepburn, 3 bart. : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Berwickshire, capt. royal horse 
guards blue, m.p. (c.) Berwick-on- 
Tweed from 1874. 

Junior Carlton ; New (Edinburgh) ; 
Fajctoii Hottse^encick-ott'Ticeed; 38 
Queen's Gate Terraee, South Kensing- 
ton, S. W. 

Home, sir George, 9 bart. (1671) b. 
1832 ; m. dr. of Graham Spiers, sheriff 
of Midlothian : called to the Scotch bar 
1855, major citv of Edinburgh rifle 
volunteers from 1864. 

Tigh an Budha, Inverary, Argyle ; 
7 Walker Street, Edinburgh. 

Home, col. Robert, r.e., c.b. : dep.- 
assistant-quartermaster-gen. at Alder- 
shot 1867-/0, assistant in the topographi- 
cal department of the war office m>m 
1871. 

Home, hon. Cospatrick, s. of 11 earl of 
Home ; b. 1848 : lieut. rifle brigade. 
6 Grosvenor Square, W. 

Home, hon. George Douglas, s. of 11 
earl of Home ; b. 1853 : comet Lanark- 
shire veomanry from 1873. 

Home, hon. James Archibald, s. of 11 
earl of Home: b. 1837: b.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1866. 
6 Grosvenor Square^ TF. 

Home, lieut.-col. hon. William Sholto 
Douglas, s. of 11 earl of Home ; b. 1842 : 
capt. grenadier guards. 

Home, lady Elizabeth Eleanora, b. 
1844; lady Ada, b. 1846; kdv Char- 
lotte Lucy, b. 1850, drs. of 11 earl of 
Home. 

Honolnln, bp. ; vide Hawaii. 

Hone, archdn. Richard Brindley : m.a. 
Oxon., hon. canon of Worcester ftt)m 

1845, archdn. of Worcester from 1849, 
rector from lS36of Halesowen,^irming' 
ham (723/.) 

Hony, archdn. William Edward, b.d., 
s. of rev. William Hony, by dr. of George 
Byam, Apps Court, burrey; b. 1790: 
M.A. Oxon., canon of Salisbury (500/.) 
from 1857, archdn. of Salisbury fix)m 

1846, rector from 1827 of Baverstoek^ 
Salisbury (350/.) 

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Honyman, sir George Essex, 4 hart 
(1804) b. 1819; m. 2r. of 0. fhirkettle. 
Kinffston-on-Thames : called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple 1849, queen's 

jl^ (5,W)0/) from 1873. Windham; 
^ Paper Buildmgs, Temple, E.G.; Part: 
Cottage, Blackheath, 8.E. 

Honywood, major sir Courtenay, 7 
bart. (1660) b. 1835 ; m. dr. of Wiiiam 
F^ynter, Camborne House, Richmond : 
d^-Ueut. of Kent, and high sheriff in 
i»bO, M.A. Oxon., ex-major east Kent 
nfle volunteers. 

J^arriek. Conmyative ; JEvington 
Place, AB^ford, Kent. 

Hwd 4 vise. (1796). Francis Wheler 
??^ \^- ^^ ' "*• ^- of Arthur Ward, 
Calverley,TunbridgeWell8: ex-Ueuti- 
ool. in grenadier guards, a magistrate 
and dep.-lieut of Warwickshire. 

TInited Service, White's; Barton 
hegrave, Kettering, Northante ; Whit- 

%A^w:v/ '" '^'"'^'' 

Hood, sir Alexander Bateman Periam 
Fuller-Acland-. 3 bart. (1809) b. 1819- 
m. dr. of sir Peregrine Pabner Fuller 
I'almer Aeland, bart. (extinct) whose 
names he assumed ; ex-capt. royal horse \ 
guards blue, dep.-lieut. of ^merset- 
shire and high sheriff in 1858, m.p. (c ^ 
west Somersetshire 1859-68. 

Carlton, Conservative; St. Andriet, 
fndgewater; Wootton Souse, Glastonl 
l>ury, Somerset. 

»>od, capt. Arthur William Aeland, 
R.N., C.B., s. of sir Alexander Hood, 2 
^.j M.p. ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of col. dr 
Charles Fitzroy Maclean, 9 bart. : di- 
rector of naval ordnance 1869-74, an 
aide-de-camp to the Queen from 1871, 
a knight of the Medjidie, a magistrate 

rorSomerset8hire,capt.ofthe"Monarch" 
from 1874. 

Army and Navy; 19 Queen's Gate 
■pace, Kensington Gore, S.W. ; Woot- 
ton, Glastonbury. 

?^,o^?"- ^^^y 8- ^^ 3 vise. Hood; 

b. 1841 ; m. dr. of T. Wynn Hornby, 

^^S^m, Hants: ex-Ueut. rifle brigade. 
22 Boltofts. West Brotnpton, S.W. 
•Hood, hen. Alexander Frederick, s. of 
^^Sood ; l>- 1843 ; m. dr. of Alger- 

non Charles Heber Percy, Hodnett HaU, 

Salop : ex-Ueut. 15 hussars. 
Hood, hon. Alexander Nelson, s. of 1 

viae. Bndport; b. 1854. 



Hood, hon. Alfred, s. of 3 vise. Hood : 
b. 1846 : ex-ensign 62 ft. 

Hood, hon. Alfred Nelson, s. of 1 vise. 
Bndport ; b. 1868. 

Hood, col. hon. Arthur Wellington Alex- 
ander Nelson, c.b., eld. s. of 1 vise. 
Bndport; b. 1839; m. lady Maria, dr. of 
6 earl of Hchester: ex-capt. 26 ft., 
heut.-col. commandant west Somereet 
yeomanry from 1872, m.p. (c.) west 
Somerset from 1868. 

^^avalandMiUtary, Carlton; Cricket 
St. Thottuis, Chard; 8 Grosvenor 
Gardetis, Eaton Square, S. W. 

Hood, hon. Grosvenor Arthur Alex- 
ander, eld. 8. of 4 vise. Hood; b. 1867. 

Hood, hon. Horatio Nelson Sandys, 
8. of 1 vise. Bridport; b. 1843 ;m. dr. 
of major Eobert Miller Mundy, of HoUy- 
bank, Hants : commander royal navy. 

Hood, hon. Victor Albert Nelson, s. 
of 1 vise. Bridport ; b. 1862. 

Hood, hon. William Nelson, s. of 1 
vise. Bridport; b. 1848: Ueut. loyal 
navy. "^ 

Hood, hon. mrs. Francis. Elizabeth, dr. 

of sir Graham Eden Hamond, o.c.b., 2 

bjrt. ; m. cousin, col. hon. Francis 

Hood (d.), bro. of 3 vise. Hood. 

Hood, hon. Adelaide Fanny, dr. of 3 

baron Bridport ; b. 1850. 
Hood, hon. Mabel Edith, dr. of 4 vise. 

Hood ;b. 1866. 
Hood, hon. Rosa Penelope, dr. of 1 

vise. Bridport ; b. 1852. 
Hood, lady Maria Georgina, dr. of 5 
earl of Hchester; b. 1846; vide hon. 
Arthur Wellington Hood. 
Hood, lady Mary Penelope, dr. of 5 
marq. of Downshire; b. rei7; m. hon. 
Alexander Nelson Hood (</.). 
Hood, dow. -viscountess. Mary Isa- 
bella, dr. of Richard Tibbets, Barton - 
Segrave; m. 1. third vise. Hood; 2. 
George Hall, Portslade. Sussex ; 3. capt. 
J . Borlase Maunsell. Portslade, Sussex. 
Hook, very rev. dean Walter Farquhar, 
B.D., s. of dean Hook of Worcester, by 
dr. of sir Walter Farquhar, 1 bart., and 
nephew of Theodore Hook; b. 1798; 
m. dr. (d.) of John Johnstone, m.d., Gala 
Bank, Lanark; m.a. Oxon., chaplain 
in ordinary to the Qu«en from 1837, 
vicar of Leeds 1837-59, dean of Chiches- 
ter from 1859, select preacher at Oxford 
University 1833-34, 1858-59. 
Athenaum; Deanery, Chichester. 

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Hooker, Joseph Dalton, f.r,8., m.d., 
LL.D., C.B., s. of sir W. Jackson Hooker, 
K.H. ; b. 1816 : president of the British 
'association in 1868 and of the royal 
society in 1873. assistant-director of the 
royal botanical gardens at Kew from 
lS65j director from 1865. 
Athenmtm; Kew. 

Hooper, lady Alice Maud, dr. of 4 earl 
ofCastlestuart; b. 1843; m.E. Huntly 
Hooper (s. of rev. Webster Hooper). 

Hope, baron (eld. s. of earl of Hope- 
toun). 

Hope, Alexander James Beresford 
Beresford-, d.c.l., ll.d., s. of Thomas 
Hope, Deepdene, Surrey, author of 
"Anastasius;" b. 1820; m. lady Mil- 
dred, dr. of 2 marq. of Salisbury : m.a. 
Cantab., president of the institute of 
British architects 1865-67, and of the 
royal architectural museum, founder of 
St. Augustine's missionary college at 
Canterbury, m.p. (c.) Maidstone 1841- 
62, 1867-59, Stoke 1866-68, Cambridge 
university from 1868. Carlton. Athe- 
nmuMy Univn'sitt/ ; 1 Oonnaitght Place y 
Syde Fork, JF. ; Bedgehury Park, 
Cranbrookf Kent ; Beresford Hall y Ash' 
bourne^ Staffordshire. 

Hope, sir Archibald, 12 hart. (1628) b. 
1808; m. dr. of Henry Kingscote: 
called to the Scotch bar 1829j dep.-Ueut. 
of Edinburgh, lieut.-col. Edinbuivh co. 
militia fhmi 1856. Carlton; Pinkie 
Homey Muaeelburghy Edinhurgh. 

Hope, adm. sir James, g.c.b., s. of 
adm. sir Greorge Johnstone Hope, o.c.b., 
by dr. of 3 earl of Hopetoun ; b. 1808 : 
m. dr. («[.) of 8 baron Kinnaird : served 
in the JBwtic 1854-56, com.-in-dhief in 
the east Indies and China 1869-62, in the 
west Indies and north America 1864-69. 
at Portsmouth 1869-73, principal naval 
aide-de-camp to the Queen from 1873, 
dep.-lieut. of Linlithgowshire. 

united Service ; Carrideny Linlith' 

ffOW. 

Hope, col. William, c.b., s. of sir John 
Hope, 11 bart. ; b. 1819 ; m. dr. of sir 
Jomi Wedderbum, 2 bart. : served with 
71 ft. in the Crimea, in central India in 
1868 under sir John Michel, commanded 
71 foot in the operations in Eusafzye 
1863 under sir N. Chamberlain, lieut.- 
coL of the brigade dep6t at Stirling 
from 1873. 

Hope, hon. Charles, s. of 4 earl of 
Hopetoun; b. 1808; m. lady Isabella, 



Hope, 



dr. of 6 earl of Selkirk : called to the 
Scotch bar 1831, m.p. Linlithgowshire 
1838-45, lieut.-govemor of the Isle of 
Man 1845-60, dep.-lieut. of Linlithgow- 
shire. 

Bridge Castle, Bathgate, Linlithgow^ 
shire. 
Hope, hon. Charles Archibald, s. of 6 

earl of Hopetoun ; b. 1863. 
Hope, hon. Louis, s. of 4 earl of Hope- 
toun ; b. 1817 ; m. dr. of capt. WiUiam 
John Dumaresq, and grand-dr. of Alex- 
ander McCleay, F.K.8., colonial secretary 
of New South "Wales : ex-capt. cola- 
stream guards. 

Hope, hon. mrs. (Georce) Anne, dr. of 
8 baron Napier ; b. 18^ ; m. capt. hon. 
George Hope. r.n. (d.) : a maid of ho- 
nour to the Queen 1846-47. 

7 Hfde Park Place, Cumberland 
Gate, W. 

ope, hon. inrs. Caroline Georgina, dr. 
of 2 baron Montagu ; b. 1811 ; m. 
George William Hone, m.p. (rf.), b. of 
gen. hon. sir Alexander Hope. 

Hope, hon. mrs. Gertrude, sis. of 15 
baron Elphinstone; b. 1826; m. James 
Hope, ^Titer to the signet in Edinburgh, 
and a magistrate for Midlothian. 
42 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

Hope, lady Estella Mary, bom 1866 ; 
ladr Dorothea Louisa, b. 1868, drs. of 6 
earl of Hopetoun. 

Hope, lady Ida Louisa, dr. of 5 earl of 
Fife ; b. 1848 ; m. Adrian Elias Hope 
(who obtained a dissolution of the mar- 
riage in 1873). 

Hope, lady Isabella Helen, dr. of 5 earl 
of Selkirk ; b. 1811 ; vide hon. Charles 
Hope. 

Hope, lady Louisa Anne, sis. of 9 earl of 
Winchelsea; b. 1807; m. gen. hon. 
Charles Hope (rf.), s. of 2 earl of Hope- 
toun. 

Hope, lady Mary Frances, dr. of 7 learl 
of Westmeath ; b. 1810 ; m. col. hon. 
James Hope- Wallace {d.), bro. of 6 earl 
of Hopetoun. 

7 Ovington Gardens, Brompton, 
8.W.; Featherstone Castle, Halt' 
whistle, Northumberland. 

Hope, lady Mildred Arabella, dr. of 2 
marq. of Salisbury; b. 1822; virf* Alex- 
ander James Beresford Hope. 

Hope, lad^. Jane, dr. of John Macdonffall, 
^cUntnva; m. 1. lieut.-gen. sir John 
Hope, o.c.H.,bro. of rt. hon.CharlesHope, 



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lord president of the court of session in 
Scotland ; 2. rev. William Knight (s. of 
£. Knight, Godmeraham Park. Kent, by 
dr. of sir Brook Bridges, 1 oart.), b. 
1790, M.A. Oxon., chaplain to the earl 
of Winchelsea, rector from 1823 of Ste- 
ventoHy Overton, Hants (600/.) 

Hopetonn, 7 earl of (1730). John Adrian 

Louis Hope; b. 1860; sits as baron 

Hopetoun (1809) ; 2nd tit. baron Hope. 

Mopetoun Souse^ Linlithgow; Or- 

mittoH Sail, Haddington. 

Hopetonn, dow. -countess of. Etheldred, 
dr. of Charles Thomas Samuel Birch 
Bejnardson, Holrwell Hall, Lincoln- 
shire ; m. 6 edrl of Hopetoun, lord-lieut. 
of Linlithgowshire. 

8 JSnnUfnore Gardens, Prince's Gate, 
8. W, ; Hopetoun House, Linlithgqw. 

Hopkins, mig. sir John Paul, k.h., s. of 
capt. John Hopkins, royal navy; b. 
1791 ; m. dr. (d.) of Peter WaUace, 
Jamaica: servea with 43 ft. in Den- 
mark 1807, in the Peninsula 1809-13, in 
the campaign of 1815, ex-maj. 98 ft., 
governor of the military kmghts of 
Windsor. 

The Castle, Windsor, 

Hopkini, m^.-gen. William Friend, 
R.M., c.B. : served in the Crimea, knight 
of the legion of honour, and of the Med- 
jidie, retired on full pay as col. -com- 
mandant royal marines. 

Hopkinfon, col. Henry, c.s.i. : served 
as political officer against the hill tribes 
of the KolveljTie 1847-48, served in the 
Punjab campaign, and in the Burmese 
war, ex-commissioner at Assam and go- 
vemor-gen.'s agent on the north-east 
frontier, commandant of the east Dooars 
of Bhootan from 1866. 

Hopper, archd. Augustus Macdonald, s. 
of Walter Charles Hopper, Walworth, 
Durham; b. 1816; m. dr. of rev. John 
Holmes, Gawdy Hall, Norfolk: m.a. 
Cantab., hon. canon of Norwich 1864- 
72, archd. of Norwich from 1868, rector 
of Starston, Harleston, Norfolk (663/.) 
from 1846. 

University ; Starston Beetory, Har- 
leston. 

Hopwood, Charles Henry, Q.C., s. of 
John S. Hopwood, Montague Place, 
Euasell Smiare ; b. 1829 : called to the 
bar at the Middle Temple 1853, queen's 
counsel 1874, m.p. (l.) Stockport from 
1874. 
Meform ; 3 Paper Buildings, Temple, 



EX. ; 2 St. John's Wood Road, Hano- 
ver Gate, Regenfs Park, N. W. 

Hopwood, hon. mrs. Cecilia, dr. of 5 
>d8c. Torrington; b. 1770; m. Robert 
Gregge Hopwood {d.), high sheriff of 
Lancashire m 1806. 

Hopicood Hall, Middleton, Lanca- 
shire, 

Hopwood, lady Ellinor Mary, dr. of 18 
earl of Derby ;b. 1807; m. rev. Frank 
George Hopwood U, of Bobert Gregge 
Hopwood, by dr. of 6 vise. Torrington), 
M.A. Oxon.,'hon. canon of Chester frx>m 
1866, rector of Wiuwick, Warrington, 
ftx)m 1865. 

Horden, bp. ; vide Moosonee. 

Horn, lieut.-gen. sir Frederick, k.c.b., 
s. of capt. Frederick Jacob Horn, 1 dra- 
goon guards; b. 1806; m. dr. (d.) of 
Moore Wilson, East India company's 
civil service : served in the Crimea, and 
commanded the 20 ft. at Balaklava and 
Inkerman, officer of the legion of honour, 
knight of the Medjidie, col. 46 ft. from 

Buekbg Hall, Bugby. 

Hornby, sir Edmund Grimani, s. of E. 
Hornby ; b. 1826 ; m. 1. dr. of ool. Ma- 
ceroni, aide-de-camp to Murat; 2. dr. 
{d.) of John Hudson, Hull : called to the 
bar at the Middle Temple 1848, financial 
commissioner in Turkey during the Cri- 
mean war. judge of the supreme consular 
court at Constantinople 1867-66, of the 
supreme consular court of China and 
Japan (3600/.) from 1866, knight of the 
Medjidie. 

Garrick, Athenaum ; Shanghai, 
China, 

Hornby, vice-adm. William Windham, 
8. of rev. Geoffi:^v Hornby, rector of 
Bury, Lancashire, oy dr. of 6 vise. Tor- 
rington ; b. 1812 ; m. dr. of sir W. P. 
Call, bart. : present at the insurrection 
in Jamaica 1832, dep.-lieut. of Lanca- 
shire. 60 Cromwell Boad, South Ken- 
sington, S. W. 

Hornby, rear-adm. Geoffrey Thomas 
Phipps, s. of adm. sir Phipps Hornby, 
O.C.B.; b. 1826; m. dr. of rev. Jolm 
Coles, Ditcham Park, Hants : com- 
mander-in-chief on the West African 
station 1866-68, commander of the fly- 
ing souadron 1869-70, senior officer of 
the cnannel squadron 1871-74, second 
naval lord of the admiralty from 1874. 
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Square, 8,W. ; Know$ley Cottage, 
Preteot, 

Hornby, archd. WiUiam, 8. of rev. 
Hugh Hornby, St. Michaers-on-Wjrre, 
Lancashire ; b. 1810 ; m. 1. dr. of W. 
CroM ; 2. dr. of adm. sir Phipps Hornby, 
o.c.B. : M.A. Oxon., hon. canon of Man- 
chester from 1850, archd. of Lancaster 
from 1870, vicar from 1847 of St, 
Miehad-oH'Wyre, Garstang. Lanea^ 
shire (560/.) 

Horffbrd, maj.-gen. sir Alfred Hast- 
ings. K.C.B., s. of gen. George Horsford ; 
b. 1818 : served in the Kaflir wars 1846- 
47, 1852-53, commanded a battalion in 
the Crimean war and in the Indian 
mutiny, dep.-adi.-gen. 1860-66, com- 
manded the soutn-eastem district 1872- 
74, knight of the legion of honour and 
of the Me4jidie, military secretary to the 
commander-in-chief from 1874. 

Tra/veUeri, United Service ; 28 Con- 
naught Square, Edgware Rodd, W. 

Sortford, sir Robert Marsh, c.b., s. of 
Paul Horsford, chief justice of Antigua ; 
b. 1798 ; m. dr. of John Maddison, Al- 
vingham, Lincohishire : b.a. Oxon., 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple 
1822, solidtor-gen. of Antigua 1825-46, 
attorney-gen. 1846-47, chief justice 
1847-56. 

11 Delamere Terrace, Upper West- 
bourne Terrace, W. 

Honman, rt. hon. Edward, p.c, s. of 
William Horsman, by sis. of 8 and 9 
earls of Stair ; b. 180/ ; m. dr. of John 
Charles Bameden, m.p. : called to the 
Scotch bar 1832, a lord of the treasury 
1840-41, chief secretary for Lreland 
1855-57, M.p. (l.} Cockermouth 1836- 
52, Stroud 1853-68, Liskeard from 1869. 
Brooke*, Reform ; 1 Richmond Ter- 
race, Whitehall, S.W. ; Olenfeehie, 
Kingussie, Inverness-shire; Ashby St. 
Legefs, Rugby. 

Hort, maj.-gen. John Josiah, c.b., eld. 
s. of sir Josiah Hort, 2 bart. ; b. 1824 : 
served in the Crimea, knight of the 
Medjidie, lieut.-col. half-pay 44 ft., 
lieut.-col. of brigade dep6t at Warley, 
Essex, 1873-74. 

Hort, sir Josiah William, 2 bart. 
(1767) b. 1791 ; m. dr. {d.) of sir John 
Caldwell, 4 bart. : m.a. Cantab., dep.- 
lieut. of Kildare, and high sheriff in 
1829, M.P. Kildare 1831-32. 

University ; Eortlond, Kilcock, Kil- 
dare; 1 Merrion Square, Dublin. 



Horton, sir Robert Edward Wilmot-, 
4 bart. (1772) b. 1808; m. dr. of rev. 
Andrews Kersteman, Brenchley, Kent, 
and widow of Robert Algeo : m.a. Oxon., 
high sheriff of Derbyshire in 1846. 

Travellers' ; Osmaston Hall, Derby ; 
Cation Hall, Burton-on^Trent. 

Hoskjmi, sir Hungerford, 8 bart. 
(1676) b. 1804 : m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. 
of Hereford. 
Harewood House, Ross, Hereford. 

Hoite, col. Dixon Edward, r.a., o.b., 
s. of col. sir George Hoste, c.b. ; b. 
1827 ; m. dr. of Joseph Scott, Colney, 
Norfolk : served in the Crimea, knight 
of the Medjidie, inspector of artillery 
reserve forees at Bristol. 

Hoite, sir William Henry Charles, 8 
bart. (1814), b. 1860. 
Garboldtsham, Rougham. 

Hofte, lady Harriet, dr. of 2 earl of 
Orford ; b. 1792 ; m. sir William Hoste, 
K.C.B., 1 bart. 
Hampton Court Palace, S. W. 

Hoite, dow.-lady. Caroline, dr. of 
Charles Prideaux Brune, of Prideaux 
Place, Cornwall; m. 1. sir William 
Legge Greorge Hoste, 2 bart.; 2. vide 
Edward Greene, m.p. 

Hotham, 5 baron (1797). John Ho- 

tham,b. 1838 : ex-commander royal navy. 

South Dalton Hall, Beverley, York' 

shire; 14 Brunswick Square, Brighton. 

Hotham, hon. Susan Frances, sis. of 4 
baron Hotham ; b. 1843. 

Hotham, hon. lady. Jane Sarah, dr. 
of 2 baron Bridport; b. 1817; m. 1. 
Hugh Holbech, Famborough, Warwick- 
shire; 2. commodore sir Charles Ho- 
tham, k.c.b. : 3. capt. William Army- 
tage, royal navy (d.), capt.-superinten- 
dent of Pembroke dockyard 1871-72. 
Knightley, St. David's, Exeter. 

Hongh, maj.-gen. Lincoln Stephen : 
served agamst the Bheels near Baroda 
1839, commanded 2 Belooch battalion in 
the Persian expedition 1856-57, ex-col.- 
commandant 31 Bombay native infantry. 
Bombay staff corps. 

Houghton, 1 baron (1863). Richard 
Monckton Milnes, d.o.l., s. of Robert 
Pemberton Milnes, m.p. ; b. 1809; m. 
dr. (d.) of 2 baron Crewe : m.a. Cantab., 
dep.-beut. of Torkshire, m.p. (l.) Pon- 
tefract 1837-63. 

Travellers*, Boodle's ; Fry stone HaU, 

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Houghton, maj.-gen. Richmond : for- 
merly in the Bengal army. 

Houlton, sir Edward Victor Lewis, 
6.O.M.O., 8. of John Torriano Houlton, 
Famley Castle, Somerset, col. 1 Sonfer- 
set mihtia ; b. 1823 ; m. dr. of Richard 
Wellesley, and grand-dr. of marq. 
Wellealey: m.a. Oxon., private secre- 
tary to the colonial secretary (sir 
William Molesworth) in 1865, chief 
secretary at Malta (lOOO/.) from 1856. 

Arthur's; Valetta^ Malta; 3 Spanish 
Place, Manchester Square. 

Houlton, lady. Anna, dr. of John 
Cruiokshank, Bath ; m. capt. sir George 
Houlton, 43 ft. (rf.), ensign of the yeo- 
men of the guard, uncle of sir Victor 
Houlton, o.c.M.o. 

Honiton-Boiwall, bart. ; vide Boswall. 

Honiton,'yice-adm. Wallace, s. of cen. 
sir Robert Houston, g.c.b. ; b. 1811 ; 
m. dr. of lieut.-gen. William Monteith, 
knight of the lion and sun: served on the 
North American and West India station. 
42 Baton Souare^ W, ; Sissinghurst 
Place, Staplenurst, Kent, 

Howard of Effingham, baron (eld. s. of 
earl of Effingham^. Hrary Howard, b. 
1837 ; m. dr. oi monsieur A. Boyer, 
Paris : ex-comet Oxfordshire yeomanry. 
Tutnore House. Bicester, Oxon; o7 
Eaton Place, S. W, 

Howard of Oloiiop, 1 baron (1869). 
Edward George Fitisalan Howard, p.c, 
8. of 13 duke of Norfolk ; b. 1818 ; m. 1. 
dr. of hon. George Talbot; 2. dr. of A. 
Z. M. Phillipps de Lisle, of Gracedieu 
Manor : vice-cnamberlain of the house- 
hold 1846-52, dep. earl marshal of 
Engknd 1861-68, m.p. (l.) Horsham 
1848-62. Arundel 1862-68. 

Brooks', Travellers' ; Glossovu Man- 
chester ; 19 Butlafid Gate, Knights- 
bridge, 8. W. 

Howard de Walden, 7 baron (1597). 
Frederick Gooree Ellis ; b. 1830 : m.a. 
Cantab., attache to his fotherU embassy 
at Brussels 1861-66, major 4 hussars 
1867-70. Junior United Service ; Sea- 
ff>^d, Lewes, Sussex. 

Ifoward, sir Henry Francis, g.c.b., 
s. of Henry Howard, Corby Castle, 
Cumberland ; b. 1809 ; m. 1. dr. of 2 
baron Erskine ; 2. dr. of baron von der 
Schulenberg, Friemem, Prussia: attach^ 
at Berlin 1832-46, secretary of legation 
at the Hague 1846, at Berlin 1846-53. 
envoy to Brazil 1853-55, to Portugal 



1865-59, to Hanover 1859-66, to Bavaria 
1866-72. Travellers'. 

Howard, Henry, c.b. : attache at 
Washington 1866-69, third secretary at 
the Hague 1869-71, attached to the 
joint high commission to consider the 
various questions aflecting the relatione 
between Great Britain and the United 
States in 1871, and appointed agent to 
the commission for British and American 
claims under the Washington treaty 
1871, second secretarv of legation at 
Buenos Ayres 1873, at Washington from 
1874. 

Howard, hon. Cecil Molynetuc, s. of 
17 earl of Suffolk ;b. 1849. 

Howard, hon. Cecil Ralph, bro. of 5 
earl of Wicklow ; b. 1852 : lieut 60rifles. 

Howard, hon. Charles, s. of 1 earl of 
Effingham; b. 1807. 

Howard, hon. Charles Wentworth 
Georee, 8. of 6 earl of Carlisle ; b. 1814 ; 
m. or. (rf.) of 1 baron Wensleydale: 
M.A. Cantab., dep.-lieut. of Cumberland, 
M.p. (l.) East Cumberhind from 1840. 
lyaveuers*. Brooks' ; Naworth Cattle, 
Brampton,Oumberland ; 1 Palace Crreen^ 
Kensington Palace, W. 

Howard, hon. Francis Edward, eld. s. 
of 1 baron Howard of Glossop ; b. 1859. 

Howard, hon. Frederic Charles, s. of 2 
earl of Effingham; b. 1840) m. lady 
Constance, dr. of 10 earl of Wmchelsea : 
ex-capt. Coldstream guards. 

Howard, hon. Greville Theophilus, s. 
of 17 earl of Suffolk ; b. 1836 ; m. lady 
Audrey, dr. of 4 maro . Townshend : 
B.A. Oxon., called to tne bar at Idn- 
colnVinn 1863, a commissioner of lunacy 
(1,500/.) 

19 WhitehaU Place, S.W,; 1 Brick 
Court, Temple, B.C. 

Howard, hon. Henry Alexander GJordon, 
s. of lord Howard of Effingham ; b. 1866. 

Howard, hon. Henry George, c.b., s. 
of 6 earl of Carlisle ; b. 1818 ; m. dr. (rf.) 
of John Mactavish, Montreal: m.a. 
Cantab., attach^ at Paris 1838-46, secre- 
tary of legation at the Hague 1846-48, 
at Lisbon 1848-51, at Vienna 1851-63, 
secretary of the embassy at Paris 1853-68, 
envoy at Tuscany 1868-61. 

Limner's Hotel, George Str$et, Han- 
over Square, JF. 

Howard, hon. James Kenneth, 8. of 16 
earl of Suffolk; b. 1814; m. lady 
Louisa, dr. of 3 marq. of Lansdowne : 



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precis writer in the foreign office 1836-41, 
M.p. M^mesbury 1841-52, ex-groom in 
waiting to the Queen, dep.-Iieut. of 
Hants, a commissioner of woods and 
forests (1,200/.) from 1855. 

Travellers'; 1 Whitehall Flaee, 
S. W. ; Hazelby Home, Ne%churyy 
Hants, 
Howard, hon. Kenneth, s. of 2 earl of 
Effingham; b. 1845: a clerk in the 
foreign office from 1865. 

67 Eaton Flaee, Belgrave Square, 
S.JF, 
Howard, hon. and rev. "William, s. of 
1 earl of Effingham ; b. 1815 ; m. dr. of 
Iieut.-gen. Chester, R.A. : m.a. Qxon., 
hon. canon of York, rector of Whiston, 
Rotherham,York8hire ^720/.) from 1841, 
domestic chaplain to 2 earl of Effing- 
ham, proctor in convocation for the 
chapter of York from 1869. 
Jrhiston Rectory, Rotherham, 
Howard, hon. mrs. Francis, dr. of 
Charles Hamilton, Hamwood, Heath; 
m. hon. and rev. Francis Howard (rf.), 
bro. of 4 earl of Wicklow. 
Howard, hon. mrs. Henry, di*. of Icha- 
bod Wright, Mapperly Hall : m. hon. 
and very rev. Henry Howard, dean of 
Lichfield (</.), s. of 5 earl of Carlisle. 
Howfurd, hon. mrs. Fulke Greville. 
Marj', dr. and heir of Richard Bagot 
(bro. of 1 baron Bagot); m. col. hon. 
Fulke Greville (Upton) Howard (rf.), s. 
of 1 vise. Templetown. 

Castle Rising y Norfolk; AshtedPark, 
Epsom; Lerens Mall, Mllnthorpe, 
Westmoreland; Elford, Lichfield. 
Howard, hon. mrs. Rosalind Frances, 
dr. of 2 baron Stanley of ^Vlderley ; b. 
1845; m. George Howard (s. of hon. 
Charles Wentworth Howard, m.p.) 
1 Palace Greeti, Kensinatm Palace, W. 
Howard, hon. Angela Mary, b. 1856 ; 
hon. AUce Mary Eli7.abeth, b. 1866 ; 
• hon. Constance Mary Germana, b. 1867 ; 
hon. Winifred Mary, b. 1861, drs. of 1 
baron Howard of Glossop. 
Howard, lord Edmund Bernard Fitz- 
alan, s. of 14 duke of Norfolk ; b. 1865: 
lieut. royal Sussex militia from 1873. 
Howard, lady Maria, b. 1836 ; lady 
Alice, b. 1843, drs, of 2 earl of Effing- 
ham. 
Howard, lady Charlotte, dr. of 1 earl 
of Effingham; b. 1803. 

34 Lotcndes Street, Belgrave Square, 
S.W. 



Howard, lady Minna Charlotte Fitz- 
alan, b. 1843 : a Carmelite nun ; lady 
Mary Adeliza Fitzalan, b. 1845 ; lady 
Etheldreda Fitzalan. b. 1849 : a nun ; 
lady Philippa Fitzalan, b. 1852 ; lady 
Anne Fitzalan, b. 1857 ; lady Margai-et 
Fitzalan, b. 1860, drs. of 14 duke of 
Norfolk. 
21 St. Jameses Square, S, W. 
Howard, lady Julia Catherine, b. 1806 ; 
lady Frances Margaret, b. 1817, lady 
of tne bedchamber to the late Duchess of 
Kent, drs. of 16 earl of Suffolk. 
Howai^ lady Victoria Margaret Louisa, 

dr. of 17 earl of Suffolk ; b. 1844. 
Howard, lady Caroline Louisa, b. 
1837. ; lady Lomsa Frances, b. 1844 : 
lady* Alice Mary, b. 1846, sisters of 5 
earl of Wicklow. 

Shelton Abbey, Arklow. 
Howard, lady Audrey Jane Charlotte, 
dr. of 4 marq. of Townshend ; b. 1844 ; 
vide hon. Greville Theophilus Howard. 
Howard, lady Constance Eleanor, dr. 
of 10 earl of Winchelsea ; b. 1847 ; vide 
hon. Frederick Charles Howard. 
Howard, lady Fanny, sis. ot 7 duke of 
Devonshire ; b. 1809 ; m. Frederic John 
Howard (s. of major hon. I'Vederick 
Howard, and nephew of 7 earl of Car- 
lisle), b. 1814, a magistrate and dep.- 
lieut. of Youghal, m.p. Youghal 183741. 
Campion Place, Eastbourne, Sussex. 
Howaurd, lady Louisa, dr. of 8 marq. of 
Lansdowne ; b. 1813 ; vide hon. James 
Kenneth Howard. 
Howard de Walden, dow. -baroness, 
lady Lucy Cavendish Bentinck, dr. of 4 
duke of Portland ; b. 1807 ; m. 6 baron 
Howard de Walden, o.c.b., ambassador 
at Brussels, s. of 1 baron Seaford. 
Seaford, Letces, Sussex, 
Howe, 2 earl (1821). George Augustus 
Frederick Louis Curzon Howe; b. 1821 ; 
m. dr. of Henry Charles Sturt, Critchill 
House, Wilts ; 2nd tit. vise. Curzon : 
M.p. (c.) south Leicestershire 1867-70, 
lieut. -col. commandant Leicestershire 
yeomanry from 1860. 

Carlton; GopsalljAthcrstone, Leices- 
tershire ; Penn Hotue, Amcrsham, 
Bucks ' 8 South Audley Street, Gros- 
venor Square, W. 
Howick, vise. (eld. s. of earl Grey). 
Howland, William Pearce, c.b. : minis- 
ter of finance in Canada 1862-63, re- 
ceiver-general 1863-64, poBtmaster-gen. 



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1864-66, minister of inland revenue 
1867-68, lieut.-gov. of Ontario 1868-73. 
Toronto^ Canada. 

Howlett, coL Arthur, c.b. : served in 
the Indian mutiny at Gawnpore and at 
Lucknow, commanded a field detach- 
ment in the Gurrockpoor district in 
1858, dep.-assist. -quartermaster-gen. of 
the field at Bundeicimd, assist. -quarter- 
master-gen. to the Saugor field division 
in 1859, quartermaster-gen. at Madras 
from 1871. 

Howth, dow. -countess of. dr. of Peter 
Barfoot, Midlington House, Hants, and 
Landestown, Kildare; m. 3 earl of 
Howth, K.P., lord-lieut. of Dublin. 

Howth, 8 earl of (1767). WiUiam UUck 
Tristram St. LainTance ; b. 1827 ; 2nd 
tit. vise. St. Lawrance : capt. 7 dragoon 
guards 1847-50, capt. Lancashire hussars 
1862-55, state steward to the viceroy of 
Ireland 1855-58, 1859-64, m.p. (l.) Gal- 
way 1868-74, lieut-col. Dublin militia 
from 1854-69. 

Howth Castle, Dublin ; 45 Fortland 
Place, W, 

Sojles, sir Hugh William, s. of New- 
man Wri^t Movies, treasurer of New- 
foundland; b. 1814; m. dr. of John 
liddell, Halifax, Nova Scotia : called to 
the bars of Nova Scotia and of New- 
foundland 1837, solicitor-gen. of New- 
foundland 1854-65, chief justice (860/.) 
from 1865. St, John's, Netofoundlana. 

Hubbard, Egertou, s. of rt. non. John 
Gellibrand Hubbard, Addington Manor, 
Bucks, M.p. ; b. 1842: m.a. Oxon., a 
magistrate for Buckinghamshire, part- 
ner in the firm of John Hubbard & Co., 
Russia merchants, St. Helen's Place, 
ex-lieut. royal Bucks yeomanry, lieut, 3 
Bucks rifle volunteers, m.p. (c.) Buck- 
ingham from 1874. Addington Manor, 
Winslow, Bucks ; 24 Frinctfs Gate, 
South Kensitiaton, S. W. 

Subbard, rt non. John Gellibrand, 
F.B.O.8.. P.O., 6. of John Hubbard, 
Stratford Grove, Essex; b. 1805; m. 
hon. Maria, dr. of 8 baron Napier : a 
merchant in London, formerly chairman 
of the public works exchequer loan com- 
mission, director of the bank of Eng- 
land, a dep.-Iieut. of London, m.p. (c.) 
Buckingham 1859-68, city of London 
from 1874. 

Athenamn ; Addington Manor, 
Winsloic, Bucks; 24 Trincs's Gate, 
South Kensington, S. W. 



Hubbard, hon. mrs. Maria Margaret, 
dr. of 8 baron Napier ; b. 1817 ; vide 
rt. hon. John Gellibrand Hubbard. 

Huddleston, John Walter, s. of Thomas 
Huddleston, r.a., b. 1817; m. lady 
Diana, dr.of 9 duke of St Alban*s : m.a. 
Dublin, called to the bar at Gray's Inn 
1839, queen's counsel 1867, m.p. (c.) 
Canterbury 1866-68. Norwich firom 1874. 
judge-advocate of the fleet and counsel 
to the admiralty from 1866. 

Carlton, Garrirk ; 2 Paper Build- 
ings, Tetnplc, E.C.; 19 Princes Ter- 
race, Prince's Gate, Knight sbridge, 
S.W. 

Huddleston, lady Diana de Vere, dr. of 
9 duke of St Aiban's ; b. 1841 ; vidt J. 
W. Huddleston. 

Hudion, sir James, o.c.b., s. of Har- 
rington Hudson, Bessingby HalL Brid- 
lington ; b. 1810 ; gentleman usner to 
Queen Adelaide 18afl-49, private secre- 
tary to William IV. 1830-37, secretarj- 
of lotion at Washington 1838-43, at 
the Hague 1843-45, envoy at Bnudl 
1850-51, in Italy 1851-63. 
Arthur's, Travellers', 

Hudion, hon. mrs. Julia, dr. of 3 baron 
Macdonald; b. 1805; m. rev. Charles 
Walter Hudson (s. of Harrington Hud- 
son, by dr. of 1 marq. Townshend), 
LL.B. Cantab., rector of Trotcell, Xot- 
ting ham (500/.) ftx)m 185S. 

HujB^l, baroness, lady Mary Catherine, 
sis. of 13 earl of Pembroke ; b. 1849 ; m. 
baron von Hugel (s. of hiJa excellency 
the late baron von Hugel). 

HugeMen, i-t. hon. Edward Hugessen 
Knatchbull-, p.c, s. of rt. hon. sir 
Edward Knatchbull, 9 bart., m.p. ; b. 
1829 ; m. dr. of rev. Marcus Southwell : 
m.a. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Kent, a lord 
of the treasury 1859-66, under-secretary 
for the home department 1869-71, for 
the colonies 1871-74, m.p. (l.) Sand- 
wich from 1857. 

United University, Brooks' ; The 
Paddock, Ashford, Kent; 30 Upper 
Grosvenor Street, W. 

Hughes, bp. ; vide St. Asaph. 
Hughes, sir Frederic, f.r.o.s., s. of 

Robert Hughes, Ely House, Wexford ; 

b. 1814; m. 1. dr. of W. Krautler ; 2. 

dr. of Edward James, Swarland Park. 

Northumberland: served in Persia, ana 



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in the Crimea, ex-capt. 7 Madras ca- 
valry, knight of the lion and sun. 

Athenauniy Reform; Ely Mouse, 
jRoMlare, Wtxford. 
Hughes, sir Frederic, 7 bart. (1773) ; b. 
1816. Australia; The Zod^e, East 
Bergholty Suffolk. 
Hughet-le-Fleming; vide Le Fleming. 
Hughes, maj.-gen. Robert, s. of R. 
Hughes, Brynddu ; b. 1793 : com- 
manded a detachment of 1 and 2 west 
India regiments on the west coast of 
AMca 1843, commanded a detachment 
of 1 west India regiment in 1850 for the 
protection of Victoria, on the Sherbro 
river, against the kings and chiefs of 
Tonny, retired on full pay of lieut.-col. 
3 west India regiment, a magistrate for 
Anglesey, and high sheriff in 1869. 
JaryndiUy Anglesey, 
Hughes, maj.-gen. Robert Geoige, s. of 
sir WiUiam Bulkelev Hughes, of Pl&s 
C6ch ; b. 1804 : m. <fr. of John Jordan, 
Shrewsbury : served with 80 ft. in Bur- 
mah 1862<^3, commanded the expe- 
dition sent into the Poungdey district 
1853, retired on full pay as ueut.-col. 
52 ft. Welling, Kent. 
Hughes, William Bulkeley, s. of sir 
W. B. Hughes; b. 1797; m. 1. dr. of 
J. Nettleship, Mattersey Abbey, Notts, 
and widow of Harry Wormald, Wood- 
house, Leeds : 2. Elizabeth, dr. of W. 
Donkin, Rothbury, Northumberland : 
called to the bar^at Lincoln's Inn 1824, 
dep.-lieut. of Carnarvon, m.p. (o.) Car- 
narvon district 1837-59, and from 1865, 
high sheriff of Anglesey in 1861. 

Union, JPbrtland ; Fids C6ch, Angle- 
sey, Bangor. 
Hughes, mig.-gen. William Templer, 
c.B. ; m. dr. (a.) of capt. Thomas Went- 
worth BuUer^ royal navy : served in the 
Sutlej campaign 1845-4o, in the Punjab 
campaign l8^S-49, commanded 1 Pun- 
jab cavalry throughout the Indian mu- 
tiny and in the Rohilcimd and Oude 
campaign, a magistrate for Devon. 
Bengal staff corps. 
Strete Raleign, Exeter. 
Hughes, hon. Emily, dr. of 1 baron 

Ihnorben; b. 1818. 
Hughes, lady Florentia Emily, dr. of 
1 earl of Kavensworth ; b. 1828 ; m. 
Hugh Robert Hughes (nephew and heir 
of lord Dinorben), b. 1827, dep.-lieut. 
of Denbigh, and of Flint, high sheriff of 



Anglesey in 1854, and of Flint in 187U 
lord-lieut. of Flintshire from 1874. 

Whites, Carlton; Kinnell, St, 
Asaph ; Glanywem, Denbigh. 
Hulse, sir Edward, 6 bart. (1739) b. 
1809 ; m. dr. of very rev. Henry Parr 
Hamilton, dean of Salisbury : B. A. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of Hants, and of Wilts, high 
sheriff of Hants in 1868, lieut.-ool. south 
Hants militia 1867-70. 

Athenaum, Carlton; BreainoreHouse, 
Salisbury ; Archer Lodge, Southamjh- 
ton; 47 Portland Flace, JF. 
Hultisoh, hon. mrs. Louisa Elizabeth, 
dr. of 3 vise. Avonmore ; b. 1827 ; m. 
Hermann Hultzsch, Dresden. 
Humble, sir John Nugent, ^ bart. 
(1831) b. 1818; m. dr. of George Fosberjv 
Curraghbridge, Limerick: b.a. Oxon., 
dep. - lieut. of Waterford, and high 
sheriff in 1847. 

Union ; Cloneoskoran Castle, Water- 
ford. 
Hume, Allan Octavins, c.B., s. of Joseph 
Hume, M.p. : entered the Bengal civil 
service 1849, ex-commissioner of inland 
customs, Bengal, trustee of the Indian 
museum, Calcutta^ secretary to the In> 
dian government m the agricultural de- 
partment frt>m 1871. Calcutta, 
Hume, col. Henry, c.B. : served in 
the Crimea with 95 ft. knight of the 
legion of honour, and of the Medjidie, 
ex-lieut.-col. grenadier guards, one of 
the corps of gentlemen-at-arms 1862-73^ 
exon of the yeomen of the guard frt>m 
1873. 

Flag Court, St. James' sFalace,S. W.; 
29 Norfolk Square, Hyde Fark, W, 
Hume, col. Robert, c.B. ; m. Jane, dr. 
of R. Brown, East India Company's ser- 
vice, and widow of capt. R. HanisL 
Indian army : served in the Crimea, and 
commanded 55 ft. in the Bhootan expe- 
dition 1865, knight of the legion of 
honour, and of the Medjidiei lieut.-col. 
55 ft. 
Humphery, sir William John, 1 bart. 
(1868), s. of Alderman Humphrey, m.p. ; 
b. 1827 ; m. dr. of William Cubitt, m.p.. 
lord mayorof London : m.a. Oxon.,called 
to the bar at the Inner Temple 1852^ 
high sheriff, of Southampton in 1873, 
M.p. {c.) Andover 1863-67, standing 
counsel to the Irish society from 1860. 

University. Carlton ; 2 Faper Buil- 
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Andover. Hants ; 40 Half -Moon Street^ 
Ficcadilly, W, 

Hnnidon, baron ; vide Falkland. 

Hunt, rt. hon. George Ward, d.c.l., 
p.c. ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. of bp. Eden of 
Moray: m.a. Oxon., called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1851, dep.-lieut. of 
Northants, chairman of Northants quar- 
ter sessions, financial secretarv to the 
treasury 1866-68, chancellor oi the ex- 
chequer 1868-69, first lord of the admi- 
ralty from 1874, M.p. (c.) north North- 
amptonshire from 1857. 

St. Stephen* s, Carlton; Wadenhoe 
House, OundlCy Northants ; 14 Prince 
ofWaies^s Terrace. Kensington Palace^ 
W,; The Admiralty yTFhitehaU,8,W. 

Sunt, Henry Arthur, c.b. : a magis- 
trate for 3fiddlesex, surveyor of works 
and public buildings (750/.;. 

12 WhitehaU Place, S. W. ; 45 Par- 
liatnent Street, S.Jr,; 54 EccUston 
Square, Pimlieo, S. W. 

Snntar, sir Clandins Stephen Paul, 2 
bart. (1812), grandson of 1 bart., lord 
mayor of London ; b. 1825 ; m. dr. of 
William Boeanquet: m.a. Oxon., dep.- 
lieuti of Berks, and high sherifi'in 1860, 
major 1 Berkshire rifle volunteers 1861- 
72, ex-capt royal London militia. 

Traveller s\' Mortimer Hill, Head' 
ing, Berks. 

Hunter, hon. mrs. Meliora Emily Anna, 
dr. of 1 vise. Combermere ; b. lo25 ; m. 
John Frederick Hunter (s. of Richard 
Hunter, Straidarran. by dr. of John 
Waring Maxwell, of Finnebrogue, Down, 

M.P.). 

Straidarran, Londofiderry. 

Hnntinffdon, 12 earl of (1529). Francis 
Theopmlus Henry Hastings, o. 1808 ; m. 
dr. (a.) of Richard Pow^ Glasbmore, 
Waterford ; 2nd tit. lord Hastings. 

Union ; Clashtnore House, and Gaul' 
tier Cottage, Waterford. 

Huntingdon, archdeacon of (Ely) 
(200/.); vW<J F. G. Vesey. 

Hnntingfleld, 3 baron (1796). Charles 
Andrew Vanneck, b. 1818; m. cousm, 
dr. of Andrew Arcedeckne, Glavering 
Hdl, Suffolk: dep.-lieut. of Suffolk and 
high sheriff in 1848. 

Iktrf, Carlton; Heveningham Hall, 
Yoxford, Suffolk; 11 Charles Street, 
Berkdeg Square, W. 



Hnntingileld, dow. - baroness. Lucy 
Anne, dr. of sir Charles Blois, 6 bart. ; 
m. 2 baron Huntingfield. 

Hnntingtower, vise. (eld. s. of carl of 
Dysart). 

Hnntingtower, dow. -viscountess. Ka- 
therine Elizabeth, dr. of sir Joseph 
Burke, 11 bart., of Glinsk ; m. viscount 
Huntingtower, eld. s. of 6 earl of Dysart. 

Hnntley, lady. Caroline, dr. of rev. 
Henry Drury, rector of Fingest, Bucks ; 
m. sir Henry Vere Huntley, r.n. (rf.) 
lieut.-»ovemor of the Gambia, and of 
Prince Edward's Island (s. of rev. Richard 
Huntley, Boxwell Court, Gloucester- 
shire). Torquay. 

Hontly, 11 marq. of (1599). Charles 
Gordon, b. 1847 ; m. dr. of William 
Cxmli^ Brookes, Barlow Hall, Man- 
chester, M.p. ; sits as baron M.eldrum 
(1815) ; 2nd tit. earl of Aboyne : pre- 

. mier marquis of Scotland, a lora in 
waiting to the Queen 1870-73. Ueut.- 
col. 1 Aberdeendiire rifle volunteers 
from 1872. 

Whites; Aboyne Castle, Aberdeen- 
shire ; Orton - Longuei:iUe, PeterbO' 
rough ; 41 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 

Hontly, dow. -marchioness of. Mary 
Antoinetta, dr. of rev. P. William Pegus, 
by widow of 9 earl of lindesey ; m. 10 
marq. of Huntly. 

Hnrdle, major-gen. Thomas, B.M., c.b. : 
present at tiie battle of Navarino 1817, 
served in the revolutionary war in 
Greece 1828, and in South America, 
commanded the brigade of royal marines 
in the Crimea, aide-de-camp to the Queen 
1854-59, knight of the legion of honour, 
of the Medjidie, and of the Redeemer of 
Greece, retu«d on full pay as col. -com- 
mandant royal marines. 

Huron, 2 bp. of (1857). rt. rev. Isaac 
Hellmuth, d.d., bom in Poland of 
Jewish parents : founded Hiu^n college, 
dean of Huron 1862-70, bp. of Norfolk 
1870-71, of Huron from 1871 (600/.). 
London, Ontario, Canada, 

Hnikiston, dow. -lady. Emily, dr. of 
John Mansfield. Diggeswell, Herts ; m. 
sir John Ralpn Milbanke Huskisson. 
8 bart., Britidi minister in Bavaria, and 
in the Netherlands. 

Hnssey, hon. mrs. Frederica Maria, 
dr. of 3 baron Boston ; b. 1814; m. £d^ 



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ward Horatio Hussey, b. 1807, m.a. 
Cantab., a magistrate for Meath. 

Oxford and Catnbridge ; Rathktmiy^ 
Slane, Meath. 

Huisej, hon. mrs. Henrietta Sarah, dr. 
of baroness Windsor ; b. 1820 ; m. 
Edward Hussey, b. 1807, dep.-lieut. 
of Sussex, and mgh sheriff in 1844. 

Travellers* ; Scotrteycastle, Zamber' 
hurst, Sussex; Finehcox, Ooudhurst, 
Kent. 

Hutohefon, vice-adm. Francis Deane ; 
b. 1800 ; served at the bombardment of 
Algiers, and employed on the coast 
guard 1832-36. 

Hutchinson, col. Geoi^ge, o.s.i. ; served 
at the defence of the residency at Luck- 
now during the Indian mutiny, in- 
roector-gen. of the Pimjab constaoulary 

Hntohinion, sir Edward Synge, 4 bart- 
(1782) b. 1830; ex-lieut. f dragoons, 
and 6 dragoon guards. 

Junior United Service, Army and 
Navy ; Coobnoney, Wicklow ; Falemw, 
Bray, Dublin. 

Hntohinson, geu. William Nelson : 

col. 33 ft. from 1863. 
Hntehinion, vise. ; vide Dononghmore. 
Hntehinson, hon. Patrick Maurice Hely, 

U.N., 8. of 4 earl of Bonoughmore; 

b. 1865. 

Hntehinson, hon. Richard Hely, br. of 
3 earl of Donoughmore ; b. 17918 : dep.- 
lieut. of Tipperar}-. 

Hntehinion, hon. Walter Francis Hely, 
s. of 4 earl of Donoughmore ; b. 1849. 

Hntehinson, hon. William Granville 
Helv, s. of 4 earl of Donoughmore ; b. 

Hntehinson, hon. mrs. Coote Hely-. 
dr. of rev. sir Samuel Synge-Hutchm- 
son. 3 bart.; m. captam hon. Coote 
Hely-Hutchinson, r.n. {d.) 
Seajleld, Swords, Dublin. 

Hntehinson, lady Mary Sophia, b. 1863 ; 
lady Margaret Francis Hely, b. 1867, 
drs. of 4 earl of Donoughmore. 

Hntehinson, lady Louisa Francis Synde- 
sis, of 3 earl of Donoughmore ; b. iSk) ; 
m. Francis Synge-Hutchinson (rf.), 
father of sir Edward Synge-Hutchin- 
son, 4 bart 



Hntt, rt. hon. sir William, k.c.b. ; 
p.c. ; b. 1803; m. 1. dr. of W. Millner, 
and widow of 10 earl of Strathmore ; 
2. dr. of hon. sir Francis Stanhope, and 
widow of col. James Hughes (bro. of 
lord Dinorben) : m.a. Cantab., one of the 
commissioners engaged in founding 
South Australia, vice-president of the 
board of trade and paymaster-gen. 
1860-66, M.p. (L.) Hull 1832-41, Gates- 
head 1841-74. 

United Service, Oxford atid Cam- 
bridge ; Oibside Hall, Gateshead, Dur^ 
ham ; 2 Grosvenor Square, W. 
Hntt, nuyor-gen. George, c.b., bro. of 
rt. hon. sir William Hutt, m.p. ; b. 
1806; m. dr. of gen. sir John Scott, 
K.C.B., col. 7 hussars: served in the 
Affghanistan and Scinde campaigns, in , 
the Persian war 1857, commanded the 
artillery in Scinde during the mutiny, 
commissary of ordnance in Bombay 
1858-64, secretary and registrar to the 
commissioners of Chelsea hospital (700/.) 
from 1866. 
Royal Hospital, Chelsea, S. W. 
Hntton, hon. mrs. Caroline, dr. of 2 
baron Teignmouth ; b. 1846 ; m. John 
Button, M.p. (€.} NorthaUerton 1868- 
74, a magistrate lor the north riding of 
Yorkshire. Carlton, Junior Carlton; 
Solberye, Northallerton. 
Hntton, lady Catherine Beaigolais, dr. 
of 3 carl of Charleville ; b. 1851 ; m. 
capt. Edmund Bacon Button, 1 dragoons, 
extra aide-de-camp to the viceroy of 
Ireland. 
Hnyshe, major-gen. Alfred, B.A., s. of 
rev. J. Huyshe, Exeter, and bro. of gen. 
George Huyshe, c.b., b. 1811 ; m. dr. 
of rev. J. Hagar: served as brigade- 
major of the artillery in the GwaUor 
campaign 1843-44, commanded a troop of 
horse artillery in the Punjab campaign, 
inspector of artillery in Bengal 18 -73. 
45 Onslow Square, 8. W. 
Hnyshe, gen. Georee, c.b., s. of rev. J. 
Huyshe, Exeter ; b. 1804 ; m. 1. Harriet 
Ligntfoot ; 2. dr. of John Savery Brook, 
Guernsey, and widow of rev. W. M. 
Barnes : formerly in the Bengal army. 
Sand, Sidmouth, Devon, 
Hyde, baron, eld. s. of earl of Clarendon. 
Hjde, lient.-^n. George Hooton, B.A. ; 
b. 1798: retired on full pay of lieut.-coL 
13 Albert Flaee, Vtetoria Boad, 
Kensington, W. 

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Hyde, hon. mrs. Eugenia, dr. ot 9 baron 

Fairfex ; b. ; m. 1. Edgar Mason ; 

2. Edward Hyde. 

Hjlton, 1 baron (1866). William Geon^e 
Hylton JoUiflfe. p.c. ; b. 1800; m. 1. &. 
of hon. Berkeley Paget ; 2. widow of 
earl of Ilchester: ez-oapt. Bourbon 
regiment, under-eeo. for tne htttne de- 



partment in 1862. parliamentary sec. to 
the treaaury 1868-59, m.p. (c.) Peters- 
field 1830-31, 1837-66, dep.-Ueut. of 
Sunev. 

Wnitt^s, Carlton ; Merstham Souse, 
SedhilL Surrey ; Heath Mouse, Peters- 
Jleldf Hants; Ammerdoum ParkjBath; 
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Ibbetson, sir Henry John Selwin-, 7 
bart. (1748), b. 1826 ; m. 1. dr. of 1 
baron Lyndhurst; 2. dr. of George 
Thackrah, and widow of sir Charles Ib- 
betson, 5 bart. : assumed the name of 
Ibbetson on his second marriage, m. p. 
^.) south Essex 1865-68, west Essex 
from 1868, under-secretary for the 
home department from 1874. 

Travellers^ Carlton; Bourn Hall^ 
Harlow, Essex; 14 James Street, 
Buckingham Gate, 8. W. 

Ikerrin, vise. (eld. s. of earl of Carrick). 

Dchester, 5 earl of (1766). Henry Ed- 
ward Fox-Strangways, p.c. ; b. 1847; 
m. dr. of 1 earl of Dartrey ; 2nd tit. baron 
Stavordale : capt. of the corps of gentle- 
men at arms m 1874, capt. Dorsetshire 
yeomanry from 1870. 

Melbury House, Sherborne, Dorset; 
Redlyneh, Somerset; 42 Belgrave 
Square, 8, W. 

§Inchiquiii, 14 baron (1476). Edward 
Donogh O'Brien ; b. 1839 ; m. 1. dr. of 
2 baron Heytesbury; 2. Ellen, dr. of 
2 baron Annalv; hon. m.a. Cantab., 
dep.-lieut. of Clare, and high sheriff in 
1863. Carlton; St. Jame^s; Brtmo- 
land, Newmarket, Clare. 

Inchiqidn, dow. -baroness. Louisa, dr. 
of major James Finucane, Clare ; m. as 
his second wife, 13 baron Inchiquin, 
lord-Ueut. of Clare. 

47 Prince's Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, S.W. ^ 

Ingall, m^'or-^n. William Lennox, 
c.B. : served m the Sutlej campaign 
1846-46, and in the Crimea, knight 
of the legion of honour, and of the 
Medjidie, commanding a brigade in Ben- 
gal from 1870. 

Ingestre, vise. (eld. s. of earl of 
Shrewsbuiy^ . Charles Henry John Tal- 

Ingham, lady Caroline Marguerite, dr. 
of 7 earl of Harrington; b. 1840; m. 
James Penrose Ingham (s. of James 
Taylor Ingham, police magistrate at I 
Hammersmith from 1849), b. 1838, 



B.A. Cantab., called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1866. 

46 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, 
W. ; 3 Paper Buildings, Temple, K C. ; 
Suqwas Court, Hereford. 
Ingilby, sir Henry Day, 2 bart (1866), 
b. 1826 ; m. hon. Ahcia Margaret, dr. 
of 1 baron Marjoribanks : m.a. Oxon., 
dep.-lieut. of the west riding of York- 
slure. 

Oxford and Cambridge, Boodle* s; 
Ripley Castle, Bipley, Yorkshire; 
Harrington Hall, Spilsby, Lincoln- 
shire. 
Ingilby, lieut-gen. sir William Bates, 
B.A., K.C.B., oro. of rev. sir Henry 
John Ingilby, 1 bart ; b. 1791 : served 
in the Fenmsulaj and at Waterloo coL- 
commandant 6 bngade royal artillery. 

Union, Junior United Service; 9 
Roland Garden, South Kensington, 

Ingilbj, dow. -lady. Mary Anne, 
only dr. of John Clementson, Abingdon 
street, Westminster; m. sir WiUiam 
Amcotts Ingilby, 2 bart. (extinct). 

Broxholme, Ripley, Yorkshire; 
Kettlethorpe Park, Liftcolnshire, 

Inglefield, rear-adm. Edward Augus- 
tus, P.R.8., C.B., s. of rear-adm. Sa- 
muel Hood Inglefield, c.B.; b. 1830: 
served at the capture of Sidon 
and at the bombardment of St. Jean 
d*Acre, and on the south-east coast of 
America at the battle of the Parana 
1846, naval attach^ at Washington 
fix)m January to July 1872, supt. at 
Malta from 1872. 

Inglif, rt. hon. John (lord Glencorse), 
D.C.L., LL.D., p.c, 8. of rev. John 
Inglis, D.D., Old Greyfriars church, 
Edinburgh; b. 1810; m. dr. {d.) of 
lord Wood, one of the senators of the 
college of justice: h.a. Oxon., called to 
the Scotch bar 1835, solicitor-general 
for Scotland in 1852, lord advocate in 
1862, and in 1858, dean of the faculty 
of advocates 1852-68, m.p. (c.) Stamford 
in 1858, lord justice clerk 1858-67, lord 
justice-general (4800/.) from 1867, lord 
rector or Aberdeen university 1857-60, 

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chancellor of the Edinburgh university 
tram 1969. 

Carlton, Athmaum: 30 Abercromby 
Flaccy Edinburgh; Giencorse Souscy 
Midlothian, 

Inglii, James Gordon, m.d., c.b. : 
served with the 18 ft. in the Punjab 
campaign, with the 64 ft. in the Per- 
sian campaign 1856, and in the Indian 
mutiny at the defence of Cawnpore, ex- 
medical superintendent of the Allaha- 
bad circle, medical superintendent of 
fhe Meerut division from 1873. 

Inglif, John Forbes David, c.8.i. : 
entered the Bengal civil service 1841, 
member of the legislative ooimcil of the 
governor-general of India 1872-73, senior 
member of the board of revenue of the 
north-west provinces from 1868. 

In^lii, m%jor-gen. William, c.b., s. of 
]ieut.-gen. sir William Inglis, k.c.b. ; 
b. 18SS ; m. dr. of Hector Hunro, Ed- 
monsham, Dorset: served in the Cri- 
mea, knight of the legion of honoiir, 
and of the Kedjidie, lieut.-ool. 2 dep6t 
battalion at Chatham 1863-67, lieut.- 
col. h.p. dep6t battalion. 

United oervieey Army and Navy; 
Hieklinp Eall, Bishop's Stortford, Es 
sex ; Mildershatn ffall, Cambridge, 

Inglii, hon. lady. Julia Selina, dr. of 
1 baron Chelmnbrd ; b. 1833 ; m. major- 
gen, sir John Eardley Wilmot Inglis, 
K.C.B. (d,). The Laurelsy Mugby, 

Inglotty Ferdinando Vincenzo, o.m.o. : 
served in the naval department at 
Malta 1843-46, assistant superintendent 
of ports 1858, controller of charitable 
institutions 1859-68, collector of cus- 
toms at Malta (500/.) frt>m 1868. 

Ingnun, William James, s. of Her- 
bert Ingram, Swineshead Abbey, m.p., 
founder of the Illustrated London 
News; b. 1847; m. Mary, dr. of 
Edward Stirling. Queen's' Gardens, 
8.W. : B.A. Cantab., called to the bar 
at fhe Inner Temple 1873, a magistrate 
for Surrey, m.p. (l.) Boston ftx)m 1874. 
New tmiversUy ; Swineshead Ab- 
hey^ Boston, Lincolnshire; Mount Fe- 
lix, Walton on Thames; 198 Strand. 

Ingnm, hon. mrs. Emily Charlotte, 
dr. of 1 vise. Halifax: b. 1844; m. 
Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram, m.p. 

Temple Newsam, Leeds ; Eoareross^ 
ToxaU, Burton-on-Trent, 



InxiM, earl ; vide Roxburgh. 

Iimet, Francis William, m.d., c.b. : 
served as superintending surgeon to the 
force under Havelock and Outram^ in 
the Indian mutiny, principal medical 
officer with the Abyssinian expedi- 
tionary force 1867, surgeon-general h.p. 
1873. 

InxiM, sir Georce, hart (1628>, b. 1884 ; 
m. 1. dr. of William Colquhoun Stir- 
ling, of Law and Edinbamet ; 2. dr. 
of H. Watts, The Grove, Bath, and 
widow of major J. W. Henderson, 
K.H.: ex-lieut. 22 Bombay native in- 
fantry. 
Elmhurst, Byde, Isle of Wight. 

InxiM, John Harrie Kerr, c.b. : 
served in the Crimea, and in the Oude 
campaign 1858-59, ex-medical superin- 
tendent of the Meerut circle, medical 
superintendent at Malta from 1872. 

InxiM, mi^or-gen. James Charles : 
served in tiie Shekawattee campaign, 
and also in fhe Bundelcund insurrec- 
tion. Bengal inJhntry. 

limes, sir James Milne, 11 bait. (1628), 
b. 1808; m. dr. of Alexander Thur- 
bum of Keith: formerly in the East 
India oompany's civil service, dep.- 
lieut. of Bankwire. 
Edengight Mouse, Thornton, Banff. 

Ixmes, lady. Mary Anne, dr. of J. 
Williamson, of Stewarton, Ayrshire; 



m. sir David Innes {d.), 

Inikip, rev. Robert MiUs, R.K., g.b. : 
formerly chaplain and naval instructor 
in the traimng ship for naval cildets 
" Britannia." 

Inyernrie, vise. (eld. a. of earl of Ein- 
tore). Algernon Hawkins Thomond 
Keith-Falconer; b. 1852; m. dr. of 
6 duke of Manchester: b.a. Cantab., 
capt. royal Aberdeenshire highlanders 
militia from 1873. 

Irby, hon. Cecil Saumarez, a. of 5 
baron Boston ; b. 1862. 

Irby, hon. Gilbert Neville, s. of 5 
baron Boston ; b. 1864. 

Irby. hon. and rev. Llewellyn Charles 
Robert, s. of 3 baron Boston ; b. 1822 ; 
mr. dr. of Jonathan Bullock, Faulk- 
boum, Essex: m.a. Oxon., rector of 
Whiston with Denton, Northampton 
(286/.) from 1851. 

Athenmtm ; Whiston, Northamp- 
ton; 29 Kensington Bark Gardens, 
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Irby, hon. Alice Fanny, dr. of 5 baron 
Boston; b. 1863. 

Irby, hon. Christian Elizabeth, dr. of 2 
baron Boston; b. 1786. 
10 Orme Square, BayswaUr, W. 

Irby, hon. Frances Matilda, b. 1810 ; 
hon. Oeorgina Albinia, b. 1816, drs. of 
3 baron Boston. 

Ironiide, John Bax-, s. of J. Bax, 
Bombav civil service; b. 1827; m. 
Mary, or. of maj-gen. R. Hughes : in the 
Ben^ civil service 1847-74, district and 
sessions judge at Mirzapore, 1869-74. 

Oriental ; Houghton-U'Springy VuT' 
ham. 

Irrine, Matthew Bell, cm.o., c.a : 
served in Canada 1848-52, Australia 
1852-55, the Crimea 1855-56, West In- 
dies 1861-64, Aldershot 1864-67. Spain 
in 1867, London 1868-70, special ser- 
vice on the Bed River expedition in 
1870, assistant controller in London 
firom 1871. 

Irving, major-gen. Alexander, R.A., 
C.B., 8. of John Irving, writer to the 
signet, Edinburgh ; b. 1813 ; m. dr. of 
Charles Sarle, Truro; served in the 
Crimea, and commanded the artillery of 
the Im attack at the bombardment of 
Sevastopol during the last four months 
of 1854, retired on Ml pay of coL 
Irving, Henry Turner, o.m.o.: pri- 
vate secretary to the imder-secretary of 
state for the colonies (sir F. Rogers) 
1862-66, colonial secretary of Jamaica 
1866-69, of Ceylon 1869-73, governor of 
the Leeward islands, 1873-74, of Trini- 
dad (4000/.) from 1874. 
Irwin, stafif-surgeon Ahmuty, R.N., 



Irwin, Heat. -gen. William: lieut-coL 
depdt battalion at Templemore 1857-62. 

Irwin, hon. mrs. Anrelia, dr. of 9 
baron Fair£ea ; m. col. James Irwin. 

Saul, 8. of Lewis Isaac, Poole, 
Donet; b. 1823; m. dr. (d.) of Ste- 
phen Hart, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park : 
an extensive colliery proprietor, m.p. 
(o.) Nottingham from 1874. 

Junior Carlton ; Rodaveston Manor, 
Nottmghamahiri* 

Isham, sir Charles Edmund, 10 bart 
(1627) b. 1819 ; m. dr. of rt. hon. sir 
John Yaughan, and dow.-baroness St. 
John : M. A. Oxon., dep.-Ueut. of North- 
ants, and hi^ sheriff m 1851. 
Lamport liall, Northampton. 

Iile of Wight, archdeacon of (Winches- 
ter) ; vide bp. MacdougaU. 

Iited, hon« mrs. Frances Elizabeth, dr. 
of 1 vise. Anson, and sis. of 1 earl o 
Lichfield ; b. 1810 ; m. 1. hon. Charles 
John Murray ; 2. Ambrose Isted U. of 
Samuel Isted, of Eoton, by dr. of rt. 
rev. bp. Percy of Dromore), b. 1797, 
dep.-lieut. of Northamptonshire. 

jBoodle*$, Arthur^ 8 ; JBcton, North- 
ampton. 

Ives, hon. mrs. Emma, dr. of vise. 
Maynard (extinct) ; b. 1813 ; m. John 
Robert Ives {d.), high sheriff of Hants 
in 1854. 

41 Hertford Street, Mat/fair, JF.; 
Bentworth Sail, Alton, EanU. 

Ives, hon. mrs. Susan Anne, dr. of 2 
baron Talbot de Malahide; b. 1844; 
m. Cecil Robert St. John Ives {%. of 
John Robert Ives, by dr. of vise. May- 
nard), b. 1840, capt royal horse guards. 
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Jaokson, bp. ; vide Antigua. 

Jackson, bp. ; vide London. 

Jackson, yice-adm. Geoige Vemon, s. 
of Geoi^ge Jackson, Isle of Wight, and 
bro. of capt. Caleb Jackson, roj*al nary ; 
b. 1787; m. Jane Oldham Johnson, 
Kirby, Lancashire. 

Jackson, Henry Mather, q.c., eld. s. 
of sir William Jackson, 1 bart. ; b. 
1831; m. dr. of Thomas B. Black- 
bume, Grange, Birkenhead : m.a. Oxon., 
called to the Imr at Lincoln's Inn 1859, 
queen's counsel 1873, m.p. (l.) Coventry 
1867-68, and from 1874. 

Oxford and Cambridge; 7 Oxford 
Square^ Hpde Parh, W. ; 2 New 
Sgttare. Lincoln* 8 Inn^ W.C. ; Zlan- 
iiiiOf Abergavenny, 

Jackson, sir Keith George, 4 hart. 
(1815) b. 1842: m.a. Cantab., ex-Ueut. 
42 ft. 
ArsUy, Bedfordshire. 

Jackson, col. John, c.b., s. of rev. Gil- 
bert Jackson, n.n., Donhead St. Mary, 
Wilts : served in the Affghanistan cam- 
paign 1841-42, and in the Scinde cam- 
paign 1843-48. 

The Lodge^ Harbledown, Canterbury. 

Jackson, sir William, 1 bart. (1860), s. 
of Peter Jackson, surgeon, Warrington ; 
b. 1805; m. dr. of lieut. Thomas 
Hughes: formerljr engaged in the 
African .trade, cmef partner in the 
Clay-Cross colliery, Chesterfield, dep.- 
lieut. of Cheshire, m.p. (l.) Newcastle- 
under-Lyne 1847-66, north Derbyshire 
1865-68. 

Meform ; Manor Houte^ Birkenhead; 
Llantilio, Abergavenny; 61 Portland 
Place, W. 

Jackson, surgeon-major Robert Wil- 
liam, C.B. 

Jackson, lady. Catherine Charlotte, 
dr. of Thomas Elliott, Wakefield ; m. 
sir George Jackson, k.c.h. (rf.), judge 
at Loanda 1845-59. 

Woodland VillaSy Upper Norwood^ 
Surrey. 

Jackson, ladv. Jane, dr. of Edward 
Armitage, Famley Lodge, Cheltenham ; 



m. sir Charles Robert Mitchell Jackson 
[(i.\ puisne judge in Bengal 1855-63,. 
ana auditor of the India office 1872- 
74. 
10 Bryanston Square, W. 

Jacob, major-gen. sir George le Grand, 
c.B.,K.c.8.i.,s. of John Jacob, Guernsey; 
b. 1805 ; m. dr. {d.) of col. Utterton, 
Heath lodge, Croydon, and sister of bp. 
Utterton : special political commissioner 
in the southern Mahratta country during 
the Indian mutiny 1867-1858, formerly 
in the Bombay army. 

East India United Service; 12 
Qtteensboromh Terrace, Kensington 
Gardens, Jr. 

Jacob, maior-gen. Herbert : formerly in 
the Bombay army. 

Jacob, ven. archdeacon Philip : m.a. 
Oxon., canon of Winchester (800/.) ftx>m 
1834, archdeacon of Winchester from 
1860, vicar from 1831 of Crawley, Win^ 
Chester (874/.). 

Jacobson, bp. ; vide Chester. 

James, sir Francis Edward, 3 bart. 
(1823), s. of 1 bart., lord mayor of 
Dublin; b. 1816; m. Helen, dr. of John 
FuUarton : m.a. Dublin. 
Richview, Donnybrook, Dublin. 

James, lieut. -gen. George, b.a. : served 
in the Peninsula and France 1812-14, 
retired on full pay of col. 

James, lieut. -gen. Haughton : Bombay 
infantry 

James, sir Henry, q.c., s. of PhiUp 
Turner James, solicitor, Hereford; b. 
1828: called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1852, queen's counsel 1869, 
solicitor-general 1873, attorney-general 
1873-74, M.p. (l.) Taunton from 1869. 

St. Jameses, Oarrick ; 1 New Oourty 
Temple, B.C.; 23 WUtoti Place, Bel^ 
grave Square, S. W. 

James, maior-gen. sir Henry, f.r.s., 
R.B., s. of John James, Truro ; b. 1803 ; 
m. dr. of maior-general Matson, rojal 
engineers: director of the geological 
survey in Ireland 1844-46, director of 
admiraltv engineering works at Ports- 
mouth 1846-52, director of the ordnance 



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survey of Great Britain from 1854, 
knight commander of the order of 
Isabella. 

Athetiaum; 4 Ntno Street, Spring 
Gardensy S.W,; Ordnance Mouse, 
Southamptofi. 

Jamef, col. Thomas, c.b. : served in 
the Sutlej campaign 1845-46, in the 
Punjab campaign 1848-49, and in the 
Indian mutiny, controller of military 
accounts in Bengal from 1862. Bengal 
staff corps. 

James, sir Walter Charles, 2 bart, 
(1791), 8. of John James, ambassador to 
the Netherlands;* b. 1816; m. dr. of 
Cuthbert Ellison, Hepburn hall, Dur- 
ham : M.A. Oxon., dep.-lieut. of Kent, 
and high sheriff in 18^, m.p. (c.) Hull 
1837-47. 

Carltim, Travellers^ ; Betshan^er, 
Sandwich ; Langley Hall. Yorkshire ; 
6 WhiUhall Gardens, S, W, 

James, Walter Henry, eld. s. of sir 
Walter Charles James, 2 bart. ; b. 1846; 
m. dr. of J. Newton Lane, by dr. of 2 
baron Bagot: b.a. Oxon., m.p. (l.) 
Gateshead from 1874. St. Jame^s; 
Betteshanger Bark, Sandwich, Kent; 
6 Whitehall gardetis, S. W. 

James, rt. hon. sir William Milhoume, 
P.O., 6. of Christopher James, Swansea ; 
b. 1807; m. dr. of rt. rev. bp. Otter of 
Chichester, and sister of(l) baroness Ro- 
milly : educated at the ulas^w unirer- 
sity, called to the bar at Lmcoln*8 inn 
1831, queen's coimsel 1853, vice-chan^ 
cellor of the county palatine of Lan- 
caster 1853-69, a vice-chancellor 1869- 
70, one of the lords justices of appeal 
(6000/.) from 1870. ^ 

Reform, At/tenaum ; 47 Wimpole 
Street, Jr.; Mound Mouse, Shere, 
Guildford, 

James, dow.-lady. Charlotte Rebecca, 
dr. of alderman John Cash, mayor of 
Dublin ; m. sir John Kingston James, 1 
bart, lord mayor of Dublin 1821-22, 
and 1840-41. 
9 Cavendish Bow, Dublin. 

James, dow.-lady. Frances, dr. of 
T. F. Wilkinson, Cahirelly castle, and 
grand-dr. of coL Brasier, Kivers, Lime- 
rick ; m. sir John Kingston James, 2 
bart., B. of 1 bart., lord mayor of Dublin 
1821-22, 1840-41. 
9 Cavendish Bote, Dublin. 

Jameson, lady, widow of lieut-gen. sir 



Oeorge Inglis Jameson, K.c.s.i. W.), 
auditor of accounts to the Indiaii 
council. ' 

Janisoh, Hudson Ralph : police magis- 
trate at St. Helena 18i61-56, acting 
queen's advocate 1856-57, acting colonial 
secretary in 1861 and 1868, colonial 
secretary and auditor-general 1868-73, 
governor of St Helena (900/.) from 
1873. 

Jardine, dow.-lady. Hyacinth, dr. of 
rev. W. S. Sjmonds, rector of Pendock, 
Worcestershire; m. sir Wm. Jardine, 
P.R.8., LL.D., 6 bart., vice-Ueut. of 
Dumfriesshire 1848-74. 

Jardine, sir Alexander, 7 bart. (1672) 
b. 1829; m. Henrietta, dr. of W, 
Younger, Craigielands, Dumfries. 
Jardine hall, Lockerbie. 

Jamac, countess de. hon. Ceraldine 
Augusta, dr. of 3 baron Foley; b. 1809; 
m. cousin Philippe de Rohan, count de 
Jamac (b. of general vise, de (Hiabot, 
K.C.H., oy dr. of 2 duke of Leinster), 
chief secretary to the embassy fh>m 
France to England in 1848, ambassador 
from 1874. 

Thomastown Castle, Golden, Ilp- 
perary. 

Jarris, col. Samuel Peters, c.m.o. : 
served in the Indian mutiny with 82 ft., 
and was in temporary command of three 
companies during the relief of Luck- 
now, lieut.-col. h. p. 82 ft., deputy-ad- 
jutant-general of the third district of 
Canadian militia from 1865. 

Jeans, William David, K.N., c.b.: re- 
tired paymaster royal navy. 

Jee, snr^on-major Joseph, v.c, c.B. : 
served m the Persian war 1857, in the 
TTidian mutiny, and in the Ronilcund 
camoaign, surgeon 1 dragoons from 1854. 
The Manor Rouse, Market Deeping, 
Lincolnshire. 

Jebb, lady Amelia Rose, dr. of 2 earl 
of Chichester : b. 1806 ; m. major-gen. 
sir Joshua Jebb, k.c.b. (d.), surveyor- 
general of prisons. 

8 The Grave, Boltons, West Bromp- 
ton, S. W. 

Jeejeebhoj, sir Jamsetjee, o.s.i., 2 
bart. (1857), s. of 1 bart., k.c.b. ; b. 
1811 ; m. 1. dr. of Dinshaw Coovergee, 
merchant, Bombay ; 2. Ruttonbaee Cur- 
setjee .* a magistrate for the town and 
island of Bombay, a local director of 
the Oreat India Peninsula railway. 

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fellow of the Bombay uniyersity, mem- 
ber of the Bombay legislatiTe council. 
Mazagon CaatUf Bonibay, 

J^Seeyn, m%jor-ffen. Edmund Rich, 
C.B. ; m. Mssy, dr. of col. Patrick Vans 
AgneWy and sister of Robert Vans 
Agnew, M.p. : served with 88 ft. in the 
Crimea, and commanded the regiment 
at Inkermann, knight of the Medjidie, 
lieut.-coL h. p. dep^t battalion. 

Jemmett, hon. mrs. Laura, dr. of 1 
baron St. Leonards ; m. WUliam Jem- 
mett (s. of W. Jemmett, barrister at 
law), called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1820, commissioner of bankrupts 
at Manchester 1846-69, recorder of 
Kingston-upon-Hull from 1831. 
Manchester. 

Jenkini, David James, s. of John Jen- 
kins. Haverfordwest, and uncle of Ed- 
ward Jenkms, m.p. ; b. 1824 ; m. dr. of 
rev. John Howe, Cork : educated at the 
grammar school, Teignmouth, Devon, 
served for some years in the merchant 
navy^ and commanded a steam troop- 
ship m the Baltic during the Crimean 
war, partner in the firm of messrs. Jen- 
kins and Company, merchants and ship- 
owners, M.p. (L.)'Falmouth and Penryn 
from 1874. 30 Lime Street, EM,; 
131 Highbury New Fark, MiddUeex. 

Jenkina, Edward, s. of rev. John Jen- 
kins, D.D., minister of a Presbyterian 
church in Montreal, and nepnew of 
David James Jenkins, m.p. ; b. 1837 ; 
m. dr. of William Johnson, Belfast: 
educated in Canada, called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1864, author of " Ginx's 
Baby," " Lord Bantam," etc., agent for 
the Dominion of Canada in London from 
1874, M.P. (l.) Dundee from 1874. 

Reform; 6 Faper Buildings, Temple, 
E. C. ; King Street, Westminster, S, TT. ; 
20, Southwell gardens, Gloucester road, 
8.W. 

Jenkinf, m^jor-g«.n. Francis ! retired 
on fiiU pay as col. Bengal infantry. 

Jenkini, capt. Griffith, o.b.: formerly 
in the Lidian navy. 

Jenkini, James, R.N., h.d., c.b.: ex- 
staff surgeon of the royal marine ar- 
tillery infirmary at Portsmouth, deputy 
inspector-general of hospitals and neets 
at Bermuda from. 1873. 
Bermuda. 

Jenkini, migor-gen. John James: for- 
merly in the Madras army. 



Jenkini, cant. Robert, R.K., c.b., s. of 
Robert Boycott Leighton Jenkins, 
Charlton hill, Salop ; b. 1825. 
11 Monkswell Terrace, Shrewsbury. 

Jenkini, lady Caroline Anne, dr. of 8 
earl of Jersey ; b. 1843 ; m. W. H. 1\ 
Jenkins. Richards Castle, Ludlow, 

Jenkini, lady. Eliza Helen, dr. of' 
Hugh Spottiswoode, Berwickshire; m* 
sir Richard Jenkins, o.c.b. (d.). 

Jenkinion, sir George Samuel, 11 bart. 
(1661), s. of rt. rev. bp. Jenkinson of 
St. David's : b. 1817 ; m. dr. of Anthony 
Lj-ster, Stillorgan park, Dublin: ex- 
oapt. 8 hussars, dep.-lieutenantof Glou- 
cestershire, and high sheriff in 1862, 
M.p. (c.) north Wilts from 1868. 

Army and Navy, Carlton ; Mawkes- 
bury and Eastwood Park, Berkeley^ 
Gloucestershire ; 44 St. Jameses Blace, 
FaUMaUyS.W. 

Jenner, rt. rev. bp. Henry Lascelles, 
D.D., s. of rt. hon. sir Herbert Jenner 
Fus^ dean of arches, and master of 
Tiimty hall, Cambridge, by niece of 1 
earl of Harewood ; b. 1820 ; m. dr. of 
capt. W. Finhdson, royal navy, governor 
of the island of Ascension : ll.b. Can- 
tab., curate of Chevenin^, and of Bras- 
ted, Kent, 1843-66, mmor canon of 
Canterbury cathedral 1852-54, bp. of 
Dunedin. "New Zeahmd, 1866-70, vicar 
from. 1870 of Freston-nesct'TTingham^ 
Sandwich, Kent (450/.). 

Jenner, sir William, m.d., f.r.s., 
D.C.L., K.C.B., 1 bart a868) b. 1816 ; 
m. dr. of Stephen Aaey, Gloucester 
Place, London : educated at University 
college, London, president of the patho- 
logical society 1873, professor of clinical 
medicine in University college, London, 
physician in ordinary to the Queen, ana 
to the prince of Wales. 
03 Brook Street, JF, 

Jennings, archdeacon John, b. 1798 : 
M.A. Dublin, canon of Westminster 
(1666y from 1869, rector of St John 
'the Evangelist, Westminster, S.W. 
(367/.) from 1832, archdeacon of West- 
minster frt>m 1869. domestic chaplain to 
4 marq. of Downsnire, treasurer to the 
corporation of the sons of the clei^gy 
from 1874. 

IS Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W. ; 
Twyneish, Chertsey. 

Jephion, sir James Saumarez, 8 bart. 
(1815), s. of 1 bart., judge advocate at 



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Gibraltar; b. 1826 ; m. 1. dr. of - 



V«AUtiUUU I U. iO«/ , lU. JL. lU. UX " 

Huxley ; 2. Jane, widow of Dr. Perston, 
13 light dragoona : ex-commander royal 
navy. 

Milford,\Ood4dming; Albany VUlas, 
West Cliff, Brighton, 

Jephson, mi^.-gen. Stanhope William, 
c.B« 8. of sir R. Jephson. 1 bart. ; b. 
1807 ; m. dr. of Edward Hawes, Wood- 
ford, Essex: served with 2 ft. in the 
Affghanistan, Belooohistan, and south 
Mahratta campaigns, commanded the 
storming party at the western heights 
of PuneUa, retired on full pay of Ueut.- 
col. 2 ft. 

Jephson, hon. mrs. Martha, dr. of 1 
baron Dunalley; b. — ; m. Lorenzo Hickie 
Jephson {d.), of Wilmar, Tipperary. 

Jephson, dow.-lady. Charlotte Helen, 
dr. of sir William Baynes, 2 bart. ; m. 
sir Richard Mounteney Jephson, 2 bart. 

Jermyn, bp. ; vide Ck)lombo. 

Jennyn, earl (eld. s. of marq. of Bristol). 

Jerningham, rear-adm.